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The Channel Tunnel

The Channel Tunnel (or “Chunnel” as it’s often called) is a 23-mile underwater crossing of the English Channel. The trains go underground here, with the train loading terminal just to the west. There’s also a large horse etched into the…

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Tuesday, 28th June 2005

Combine Harvesters

It’s harvest time in the fields near Salinas and most farmers seem to have at least one combine working the land. In one of the fields you can see five combine harvesters – now that’s just selfish Thanks: DDA

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Tuesday, 14th June 2005

RV Park

Well, here at Google Sightseeing we’re not entirely sure that we know what an RV actually is… But Keith Harrison reliably informs us that this is an RV park. Makes quite a cool picture though, thanks Keith

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Saturday, 11th June 2005

Incredibly Long Trains

Looks like these trains are stopped at a level crossing on the Burlington Northern railroad track in Wyoming. The Northern one is chopped off by some low-res imagery, but scroll south to see just how incredibly long they are! Amazing.…

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Monday, 23rd May 2005

Central Taxi Hold, JFK

You can never find a taxi when you need one and at JFK airport that’s because they’re all hiding in a four acre sea of yellow known as the Central Taxi Hold. According to the New York Times the drivers…

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Tuesday, 17th May 2005

Rowing On The Charles River

Apparently one of the most popular (and picturesque) sports in Boston/Cambridge is rowing on the Charles River. This view near Harvard University captures several 8-person racing shells in mid-stroke. Very cool. Cashman Andrus says: You can clearly see the paddles…

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Thursday, 12th May 2005
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