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European Barge Lifting

Today we’re posting a roundup of the most interesting ways Europe has employed to get canal barges up-and-over stuff. The simplest method is of course a bridge, of which you can see several excellent examples in our previous post, A…

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Friday, 30th November 2007

Mystery Crop-Circle Face

Back in 2005 we had tons of fun trying to work out whose face could be seen in this Peruvian sand dune. So who wants to hazard a guess as to who some amateur crop-circle makers were trying to draw,…

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Tuesday, 27th November 2007

Secret Swimming Pools

As it’s home to the 509th Bomb Wing, operators of the very distinctive wing-shaped B2 stealth bombers, it should be easy to spot a B2 at Whiteman Air Force Base. Unfortunately, we’re not in luck today, as browsing around the…

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Monday, 12th November 2007

Dropped Cone

The resolution on Google Earth is amazing these days! Just look at the clarity on this dropped ice-cream cone in Cologne’s Neumarkt! As the ant-sized people have probably already given away, this isn’t an ordinary ice cream cone – it’s…

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Monday, 5th November 2007

Miniature Parks across the Globe

Miniature parks and model villages are sort of like a pre-internet 3D Google Earth, allowing you to view a representation of a village or city sights from above. So it’s no surprise that on visiting my local park, Bekonscot Model…

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Monday, 29th October 2007

Hot Slag

At the ThyssenKrupp steel mill in Bruckhausen is a fantastic image of molten slag being poured out of a slag car. Slag is a by-product of the manufacturing of steel; an alloy produced by smelting pig iron at temperatures of…

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Friday, 5th October 2007
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