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|The HMS Port Napier was a minelayer which sank as the result of a fire on 27th November 1940. It had been towed to this spot to save Kyleakin and Kyle of Lochalsh as she was loaded with 550 mines and 6000 rounds of ammunition at the time of the fire! She lies on her starboard side with the bows pointing towards Kyleakin.||11/14/2009||417|
|Message to (or from?) someone by the name of Kyle, mown or plowed into a field in SE Colorado.||05/21/2008||509|
|Webcam view on the Deutsches Eck (German Corner), the confluence of the River Rhine (from left to right in the picture) and River Moselle (from top to bottom). The webcam is provided by the Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde (Federal Institution for Hydrology) and placed on the Festung Ehrenbreitstein (Fort Ehrenbreitstein). |
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|A webcam pointing at Mt. St. Helens, great for watching erruptions.. the webcam is from Johnston Ridge Observatory||11/24/2005||1,514|
|A Live webcam stream from cape town|
from the website http://www.capetownwebcam.com
|Webcam view of the castle of salzburg (Hohenfestung) with the center. Salzburg is famous for the birth place of Mozart.||10/12/2005||953|
|A Webcam on the Car Deck of the Sydney Harbour Bridge showing real-time traffic.||12/01/2005||1,819|
|Home of the Fightin' Texas Aggies||01/02/2006||265|
|Live webcam with audio is located on the roof of the downtown College Center for St. Louis Community College in St. Louis, Missouri. U.S.A.|
Notice the construction across the street of the new baseball stadium in downtown St. Louis.
|A webcam pointing at the Ottawa Parliament Building||11/24/2005||503|
|France, Paris. A live shot of Eiffel Tower by a webcam.||10/22/2005||2,555|
|John Knox (1514?–1572) was a Scottish religious reformer who took the lead in reforming the Church in Scotland along Calvinist lines. He is widely regarded as the father of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland and of the Church of Scotland. He died in Edinburgh on November 24, 1572.|