Google Street View Sightseeing

Rocky Balboa’s house ain’t so bad!

Monday, 15th June 2009

This small pedestrianised street is being mapped by the #streetview Google bike Either that, or the car has an odd shadow.

Friday, 12th June 2009

Erm, this is billed as the “World’s Largest Pine Log”. I’m not sure what else to say? #streetview via milwhcky

Friday, 12th June 2009

Anyone want to guess what this kid has been nicked for?

Friday, 12th June 2009

Stretch Hummers. The height of obscene, opulent excess? Or super cool pimp-wagons? You decide!

Friday, 12th June 2009

Shouldn’t giant roller boots (even the world’s largest) come in pairs? Won’t it be lonely? #streetview via milwhcky

Friday, 12th June 2009

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