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Aberfan Disaster 1966

Aberfan Disaster 1966

On the 21 October 1966, 144 people, 116 of them children, were killed when a tip of coal waste slid onto the village of Aberfan in South Wales.
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Bhopal disaster - India (overlays)

Bhopal disaster - India (overlays)

The Bhopal Disaster of 1984 is claimed by many as the worst industrial disaster in history. It was caused by the accidental release of 40 tonnes of methyl isocyanate (MIC) from a Union Carbide India Ltd. (UCIL, now known as Eveready Industries India Ltd.) pesticide plant located in the heart of the city of Bhopal, in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. UCIL was a joint venture between Union Car...
Rating of 3.503/08/20061,293Google Earth Logo
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Hillsborough Stadium

Hillsborough Stadium

Here is where Sheffield Wednesday FC play football in my home town of Sheffield, UK. This is where the incredibly saddening 'Hillsborough Disaster' happened on April 15th, 1989 that resulted in the loss of 96 lives. The match was an FA Cup Semi Final between Liverpool and Nottignham Forest FC's. Personally, this disaster is one of those times that indelibly marks itself as knowing exactly where...
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Stockport Air Disaster

Stockport Air Disaster

Stockport Air Disaster was the crash of a Canadair C-4 Argonaut aircraft owned by British Midland Airways, registration G-ALHG, near the centre of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England on Sunday 4 June 1967. 72 of the 84 aboard were killed in the accident. Of the 12 survivors, all were seriously injured. It currently stands as the fourth worst disaster in British aviation history.
No rating yet05/25/2011771Google Earth Logo
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Site of Sago Mine disaster

Site of Sago Mine disaster

Site of worst mining disaster in the U.S. since 13 miners were killed by an explosion at a mine near Brookwood, Alabama, in December 2001, and the worst in West Virginia since 1968's Farmington No. 9 Mining Disaster, which resulted in the passage of the Mine and Health and Safety Act of 1969.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sago_Mine

Located at:
38░ 54′ 4...
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Memorial of Manchester United disaster of 1958

Memorial of Manchester United disaster of 1958

The Munich air disaster took place on 6 February 1958, when British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off from a slush-covered runway at the Munich-Riem airport in Munich, West Germany. On board the plane was the Manchester United football team, nicknamed the Busby Babes, along with a number of supporters and journalists. Twenty-three of the 44 passengers on board...
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 Orthos, Nanaimo BC

Orthos, Nanaimo BC

A grid and series of image overlays of orthophotos for the City of Nanaimo, British Columbia. Primarily because Google Earth's coverage of our area is pitiful.

Warning: The overlays are large; depending upon your system, if you click on several overlays at once, you will likely crash Google Earth.
Rating of 3.12508/17/2005790Google Earth Logo
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Oosterschelde Barrier

Oosterschelde Barrier

In 1953, Zeeland was devastated by a flood disaster even worse than the one in New Orleans.
After this disaster, the Netherlands closed almost all the sea-openings, to protect the lowlands.
The Oosterscheldebarrier is a 9km (5.6-mile) hydraulic wall with sluice-gate doors that are normally left open to protect the area's delicate tidal habitat.
Rating of 3.33333333301/22/2006404Google Earth Logo
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Paragliding-UK-NortWest-Wales

Paragliding-UK-NortWest-Wales

Paragliding sites [take-offs] in NorthWest and Middle to North Wales. [Updated file, new locations added]
No rating yet07/22/2014116Google Earth Logo
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Aachen, Germany, Image overlays

Aachen, Germany, Image overlays

Collection of various aerial and satellite photographies of the city of Aachen (http://www.aachen.de/). The images come mostly from the official Aachen website - some of them show current city development areas. Each image comes with a link of the corresponding website (in German), where you can find additional background information and plans.
Rating of 311/27/20054,293Google Earth Logo
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Disaster City at College Station

Disaster City at College Station

Located in College Station, Texas, this $7.7 million, 52-acre training facility was created by the Texas Engineering Extension Service. Disaster City« is a mock community utilizing full-scale, collapsible structures designed to simulate various levels of disaster and wreckage which can be customized for specific training needs in Urban Search and Rescue. Disaster City« features full-size, colla...
Rating of 309/01/2007699Google Earth Logo
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Peenemunde - additional overlays

Peenemunde - additional overlays

During World War II Peenemunde hosted the Heeresversuchsanstalt, an extensive rocket development and test site established in 1937, and headed by Wernher von Braun and Walter Dornberger. Between 1937 and 1945 two weapons, the V-1 and the V-2 were developed. Test-firing of the first V-1 occurred in early 1942 and the first V-2 first flew on October 3, 1942, from PrŘfstand (Test stand) VII.
Rating of 4.33333333301/20/20061,755Google Earth Logo
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