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Dundjinni can make fantasy or future maps, and thus should suit post-apocalyptic RPGs. See the site's gallery for various examples. This software comes in both trial and paid versions. This generator also ought to help you immensely. It's free, online, and creates printable maps.
The Morrow Project had rules for taking an existing map, and targeting nuclear missiles on it, and determining the results. I distinctly remember the example in the rulebook mentioning that the author had received a traffic ticket in a particular city, so used it for the example.
Your first stop for maps of Rifts Earth is the Rifts Game Master Guide. Pages 332 through 352 cover the borders of most notable locations in Rifts Earth: the Coalition States, Federation of Magic, Manistique, Northern Gun, Lazlo, Tolkeen, the Canadian Hivelands, the New West Territories, the Vampire Kingdoms, the Pecos Empire, Atlantis, the British Isles, ...
There is a lot of interesting generators at Wizardawn. The World Maps generator with a Snow Climate is probably the closest to what you're looking for. You can use the Post-Apocalyptic Style if you want it to generate locations for you, or Empty if you want to do it yourself. It may need some tweaking, but it should get you off to a good start, and there are ...
It's a bit of a hack, but this has proven useful in the past when playing remote sessions: We used Google shared docs --> More specifically we used the MS-Word-like text editor. It allows to: Add/overlay images Add simple shapes, and move those around The shapes can be used for very simple 'drawings' (comparable to the simple drawing tool in MS Word) ...
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