The toilet – home to some of humankind’s most intimate moments, and probably one of the last things you’d think you’d find on Google Maps (or think to look for, for that matter). One might be surprised, however, at just how many random toilets and toilet-related items are lying around on Google Maps. As part of our effort to maintain our highbrow credibility, we’ve collected a few for you here; it’s a dirty job but someone has to do it.
Canadian Regions & Territories
Google Maps is on fire! Or at least it seems that way, considering the number of fires Google imagery has captured over the years. Take a journey with us as we travel the globe in search of flames and smoke.
Tuesday, 31st May 2011
The Morganza Spillway is a flood management system on the Mississippi River in Louisiana, intended to protect the cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans. It has recently been opened for only the second time since it was constructed 57…
Wednesday, 18th May 2011
A quintessential American Icon, covered bridges are in fact a worldwide phenomenon. They can take a variety of forms – ornamental or utilitarian – and can be made of wood, stone or metal using a range of construction techniques. We’ll…
Thursday, 12th May 2011
Ripley’s Believe It or Not celebrates peculiar events and curious items through a variety of media (television, film, books, games) and a chain of museums around the world. Many of the Odditorium museums were created to look like they had…
Wednesday, 4th May 2011
Stanley Park is the centrepiece attraction of the city of Vancouver, receiving eight million visitors each year. At exactly 1,001 acres, it is ten percent larger than New York’s Central Park. A mix of natural and man-made landscapes, the park is renowned for its temperate rainforest setting on a peninsula that juts into the Strait of Georgia.
Tuesday, 29th March 2011
We continue our Street View barnstorming tour of Yukon today as we follow the cameras on their 417-mile (671 km) odyssey north along the beautiful, desolate Dempster Highway, built in 1979 to connect the remote Mackenzie Delta to the rest of Canada.
Tuesday, 1st March 2011
Best of Google Sightseeing
With springtime just around the corner (in the Northern hemisphere at least), some readers may be thinking about booking a…
During the 19th and early 20th centuries, villages were constructed by English industrialists and landowners to provide housing close to…