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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

Street View Update Feb 08

The Google Lat Long blog has announced that Google has just added 12 more US cities to their street view coverage, bringing their total coverage to, um.. lots. The new cities added are as follows: Albany and Schenectady, NY Boise,…

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Thursday, 14th February 2008

Welcome to Cleveland

In a classic example of large type on Google Earth, here’s a roof where someone has written ‘Welcome to Cleveland‘ in 6-foot-high letters. Usually we’d assume that this was a kind message welcoming air passengers to Ohio’s second largest city…

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Tuesday, 7th August 2007

Giant Carnival Guy

There’s a 145ft tall giant man taking a nap just to the North of Milwaukee Mile NASCAR track. I wonder if any of the carnival-goers have noticed? Thanks: Mike Pegg

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Tuesday, 21st November 2006

State Capitol, Madison

Reaching to a height of over 200 feet, the Madison State Capitol dome is the only granite dome in the United States and is topped by Daniel Chester French’s bronze statue, “Wisconsin”. The building is also distinguished as being the…

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Tuesday, 3rd May 2005
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