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|Beautiful patchwork of tracks|
|Fairly steep and rugged logging road in Alaska.|
You can also see the effects of clear cutting, a frequented debate topic.
If you fly around this area you will see other high res areas which also show the effects of clear cutting.
|Sugarloaf/USA is a major ski resort located on Sugarloaf Mountain near Carrabassett Valley, Maine.|
The first trail was cut at Sugarloaf in 1951 by a group of locals known as "The Bigelow Boys". Led by Amos Winter, they transformed the mountain into what is today one of the largest ski areas in the Northeast. At 4,237 feet (1291 m) Sugarloaf is second in elevation to Mai...
|The Kim family was lost after Thanksgiving 2006. This is the trail the father took after 7 days to try to save his family. Points may not be exact (taken from info seen on CNN). Notice all of the logging roads in the vicinity, and how far he went in the cold and snow.||12/12/2006||706|
|Like many RAF bases of the late 1930s St Eval was originally a grass field site. These proved completely unsuitable in wartime; water logging in wet weather meant that grass airfields were unusable for lengthy periods. The runways in this photo were built during the spring of 1940. The layout of the airfield is typical of the period, with one main runway roughly 1000 metres long and two shorter...||12/04/2009||599|
|Photo taken over the target, 3 Nov '44, daylight raid by American B-29s based in India. Note the roundhouse & turntable, camouflaged factory/industrial roofs, old bomb craters, rolling stock in the yard. Note also the roof of the roundhouse - some light, some dark - evidence of patchwork from past raids. Also, note the shadow on the outer edge of the roundhouse. You can see where sunlight has s...||03/03/2007||902|
|Of all the concrete ships built during World War I and II, only 10 are known to still be afloat. These ships form a massive floating breakwater on the Malaspina Strait in the city of Powell River in British Columbia, Canada.|
The breakwater was constructed to protect the logging pond of the Powell River Company pulp and paper mill (later purchased by Pacifica Papers).
|University of Denver Arena was a 5,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Denver, Colorado. It was home to the University of Denver Pioneers ice hockey team. It also hosted several Frozen Fours. It was razed in 1997 to make room for the $75 million Magness Arena, (part of the Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness) which opened in 1999.|
Originally a Naval Drill Hall built during World ...