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|The Signal Square was neither fish nor fowl. It was installed and maintained at aerodromes by Airports staff, and operated by the resident groundsman or airport fireman on the instruction of the air traffic controller or flight service officer.|
Read more in the placemark.
|An alternate overlay of current traffic conditions in the Netherlands. Data is pulled live from the ANWB site (after minor munging through a script).
Also Includes Traffic Cameras!||09/05/2005||7,703|
|Tacoma area traffic with traffic camera links.||08/07/2005||2,383|
|At the beginning of a traffic jam in Germany. highway No. 1, not far from the "Westofener Kreuz" near Dortmund.||08/28/2006||476|
|Here the kids can learn traffic but they can also play chess or dame, streetbasket. They even have a huge globe with a map of Europe||09/13/2006||351|
|Sevens different overlays together showing the curent traffic at german motorways. |
Is the street free or is there a jam?
With periodically refresh
|Updating every 2 and a half minutes, this is a nice way to view the traffic in these two major Canadian cities.||08/10/2006||1,662|
|Real-time traffic of the San Diego metro region provided by Caltrans.||07/14/2005||2,487|
Operator: Royal Air Force: (35 Squadron)
Accident Date: 22 Nov 1956
Accident Site: Carn an t-Sagairt MÚr (1,047m / 3,430ft)
Aircraft Accident Details
This particular Canberra was attached to No.35 Squadron RAF. (No.50 Squadron also had been equipped with Canberras, but theirs had been replaced with Avro Vulcan bombers 10 months pri...
|Real-time traffic in south of Germany.||09/11/2005||3,225|
|These Underground stations are very interest. They consist of two levels. The first level is a traffic circle and the other level is the Underground station. This station is under the traffic circle. In the middle of the traffic circle you can see the station.||01/12/2006||541|
|Includes 4 Real Time Traffic Detailed View inside Paris|
Includes also Traffic Events
|The flight, which left Larnaca, Cyprus at 09:07 local time, was en route to Athens, and was scheduled to continue to Prague. After the flight failed to contact air traffic control upon entering Greek air space, two F-16 fighter aircraft from the Hellenic Air Force 111th Combat Wing were scrambled from Nea Anchialos Air Base to establish visual contact. They noted that the aircraft appeared to b...||09/16/2005||1,321|