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Disappearing Freeway

Disappearing Freeway

Highway 395 seems to disappear for a bit in central California (Probably due to two different satellite images overlapping a bit).
Rating of 411/21/2008315Google Earth Logo
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Disappearing Ferry

Disappearing Ferry

See a ferry magically disappear and cars seem to drive into the water.
Rating of 502/03/20082,092Google Earth Logo
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Aral Sea

Aral Sea

The Aral Sea: A disappearing sea in Central Asia
Rating of 408/01/20051,252Google Earth Logo
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Disappearing Jets

Disappearing Jets

Here is a puzzler for you...
5 jets take off from DFW. 3 jets and 5 shadows are visible...
Where are jets 4 and 5?
Good luck!
Rating of 3.44444444408/16/2005929Google Earth Logo
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Fort H. G. Wright, Fisher Island, NY

Fort H. G. Wright, Fisher Island, NY

Western end of the Island, first built up in 1898-99 as a defensive position protecting Long Island Sound and armed with two 12 inch and two 10 inch "rifles" on disappearing carriages.

Operational during WW2 with a small airfield. Linked with Fort Terry, Fort Michie which were sub-posts, and Camp Hero. Closed in the late 1950s and sold to private interests.
No rating yet04/26/2007670Google Earth Logo
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Fort Tyler - Gardiners Point, NY

Fort Tyler - Gardiners Point, NY

Fort Tyler: 1898, Suffolk County, Gardiner's Island.
Transferred to the War Department in 1898 and converted into a small coastal defense positions on the tip of Gardiner's Island at the entrance to Gardiner's Bay.

Closed in the late 1920s.

Status of batteries in 1921 was: Battery Smith, 2 - 8" Disappearing, 2 - 5" Pedestal.

Used...
No rating yet04/22/2007801Google Earth Logo
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Jim Thompson Museum

Jim Thompson Museum

Jim Thompson Museum
This remarkable Thai-style house is named after the man who created it from several exceptional examples of traditional Thai domestic architecture. The American Jim Thmpson came to Thailand at the end of World War II and became famous for reviving the Thai silk industry before disappearing under mysterious circumstances somewhere in Malaysia. Now a museum, the house i...
Rating of 509/04/2005368Google Earth Logo
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Kathmandu Valley (World Heritage places)

Kathmandu Valley (World Heritage places)

Inscription on the List of World Heritage in Danger: 2003

The cultural heritage of the Kathmandu Valley is illustrated by seven groups of monuments and buildings which display the full range of historic and artistic achievements for which the Kathmandu Valley is world famous. The seven include the Durbar Squares of Hanuman Dhoka (Kathmandu), Patan and Bhaktapur, the Buddhist stup...
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Handley Page Victor K.2 XM715 at Bruntingthorpe

Handley Page Victor K.2 XM715 at Bruntingthorpe

This is XM715; another one not just parked out in the rain as a dead static exhibit, no! She's a living, breathing example of the Victor, and regularly performs engine runs, and fast taxi runs on open days at Bruntingthorpe. XM715 was produced in the fourth B.2 batch and served with 139 and 100 squadrons, 232 OCU, 543 squadron, 232 OCU again and was converted to K.2 standard (ninth such convers...
No rating yet09/19/2007303Google Earth Logo
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Fort Casey, Whidbey Island

Fort Casey, Whidbey Island

Fort Casey was built about 1908. Over the next several years, the fortifications were supplemented by newer batteries with guns on disappearing carriages, which could be raised out of their protective emplacements so that the guns were exposed only long enough to fire. In addition, more advanced rapid-fire gun batteries were added. The fort's batteries became obsolete almost as soon as they wer...
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Battery Farnsworth out of Fort Constitution

Battery Farnsworth out of Fort Constitution

Beginning in 1897, a new system of defenses was built outside the fort proper. A concrete battery was built into the hill under Walbach Tower, which was equiped with two 8-inch breach-loading rifles, Model 1888MII, serials 38, 43 (Watervliet Arsenal), on disappearing carriages, Model 1894, serials 23, 22 (Providence Steam Engine Co.), with hand-operated platform ammunition hoists. The battery w...
No rating yet04/12/2007574Google Earth Logo
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