Arkansas

Street View Update March 08

It’s been just over a month since Google added 12 new US cities to Street View, and yesterday we got new imagery in another 13 cities, and interestingly, a US national park! Here’s some of the highlights, including links straight…

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Monday, 31st March 2008

X-Coaster

Update: As correctly pointed out by Matthijs in the comments, it turns out this is actually Gauntlet, which is beside X-Coaster. Unfortunately X-Coaster is brand new, and doesn’t yet appear in the Google images. This is the X-Coaster at Magic…

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Wednesday, 13th June 2007

Rocket Powered Car!

Remember how excited everybody got when we thought Australians were all driving flying cars? Well here in Arkansas, blazing down the I-30 towards Little Rock, we find . . . a Rocket-Powered Car! This couldn’t be anything other than some…

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Friday, 13th April 2007

Trucks pulling trucks

When we recently posted a Truck Crash, there was a lot of unexpected discussion in the comments regarding my use of the term “articulated lorry”. I thought it was perfectly normal, but it seems that many of our American readers…

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Tuesday, 10th April 2007

Donald W. Reynolds Stadium, Fayetteville

Another Stadium with Large Type in the end zone is the Donald W. Reynolds Stadium. The south end reads “Razorbacks” as this is the home of the Arkansas Razorbacks but the north end seems to read “SAS” – anyone know…

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Friday, 6th May 2005

IMAX Theater, Little Rock

The IMAX Theater at the Aero Space Education Center in Little Rock, Arkansas is right next door to the runway of Little Rock National Airport so it’s obvious why they put the “IMAX” logo on the roof but I wonder…

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Thursday, 5th May 2005
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High Line Park, New York

Recently opened in New York, the High Line is a unique new public park as it isn’t at ground level,…

Standing But Not Operating: Abandoned Theme Parks

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The War of 1812 – Canada

This summer, communities around North America are marking the two-hundredth anniversary of the start of the War of 18121. Perceptions…

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