Wade Roush created a map of outdoor filming locations from Hitchcock's Vertigo. It's great specifically for it's revelation that narrative "place" might be different than literal "place". Specifically that Big Basin State Park was and actor playing the role of Muir Woods.
I think Roush actually "gets" this space around neogeography. His recent article encouraging people to make a Platial map actually focuses on the openness and newness of people being able to make their own maps of just about anything.