New York

Love Canal

One of the very first locations posted on Google Sightseeing back in 2005 was Niagara Falls. Just a few miles away, though, is another site that the local tourist board is probably rather less proud of. In the late 1970s,…

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Wednesday, 6th May 2009

New Historical Imagery in Google Earth!

This sight is currently only viewable using the Google Earth application.Usually Google Maps is updated a few days after Google Earth, when this sight will be visible in your web browser. In the meantime, all links will launch in Google…

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Tuesday, 3rd February 2009

Street View Car Runs Over a Deer

Last week Google removed some street view photos from upstate New York as they showed the camera car hitting a wild deer as it crossed the road. The Google Sightseeing team was unfortunately on holiday when the news broke1, but…

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Monday, 2nd February 2009

Kid Crashes Scooter in Epic Moment of Embarrassment

Time and time again we’ve seen that the moment the Street View car is passing, people have an incredible urge to fall off the mode of transport they’re travelling on. As the Street View car drives up 88th Street New…

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Wednesday, 29th October 2008

Storm King Art Center

Dotting the landscape here in Mountainville, New York, is a collection of bizarre shapes and interesting shadows. This is actually a huge outdoor sculpture garden called the Storm King Art Center. Founded in 1960 by Ralph E. Ogden as a…

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Thursday, 10th July 2008

The Happy Couple

As the summer wedding season gets into full swing, even Google is muscling in on the action, and has managed to capture a rather charming shot of the newlyweds – probably much to the disappointment of the photographer who wanted…

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Friday, 27th June 2008
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Previously on Google Sightseeing

Monument Valley

Monument Valley, located along the Utah – Arizona border, is in the Colorado plateau (an area containing deserts, forests, mountains…

MLB Stadium Tour – American League

With Major League Baseball having recently paused for its mid-season All Star Game break, this is the first of a…

London 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics (Part 2)

Continuing our tour of Olympic venues, we today move away from the Olympic Zone, to two other areas of London:…

Recent Comments

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