A collection of the "Biggest" ships visible in Google Earth, ranging from 950-1300+ feet. The ships differ in type: container ship, tanker, military ship, cruise ship, or ships under construction. Color-coded by size (every 100 feet).
The ever first model on Google Earth Hacks located in the country of Pakistan. This model was made by me with having no textures (in version 1.0) but now I recently released version 2.0 of this model which is absolutely real textured. So enjoy this model. More models coming sooner.
Note: This model is Google Earth 4 Compatible, and remember that it will not work with Google Earth...
This file is a collection of air transportation in streetview, including helicopters (military and civilian), airplanes (military and civilian), and aerostats. Each find is coded by color and icon type.
Each find can be viewed directly within Google Earth (version 6+) or viewed in Google Maps with a direct link from within the placemark.
The Yangtze River is the longest river in Asia, and the third-longest in the world. From the spring in the glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau more than 5500 m (18000 ft) above sea level, the river flows 6300 km (3915 mi) on its course eastward through almost the entire China from west through central and eastern part of the country before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai. The Yangtze R...
This is the model of a building used as a bank. Zarai Taraqqiaati Bank (Agricultural Development Bank) or ZTBL in short. Located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Enjoy this model too.
Note: This model is Google Earth 4 Compatible, and remember that it will not work with Google Earth 3. You must download the latest version of Google Earth from http://earth.google.com before downloading thi...
In 1984 the plans to build the Clipper City were purchased from the Smithsonian Institution. A cross section of the original lumber-hauling schooner can be found in the Manitowak Maritime Museum on the shores of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. The ship was built to entertain. The ship is owned by a brewing company by the same name.
The Danyang Kunshan Grand Bridge is the worlds longest brigde. It is 164,8 kilometers, 102,4 miles, 540709 feet, 164800 meters long. It was completed in 2010 after four years of construction and opened on June 30, 2011.
The brigde is part of the 1318 kilometers (819 miles) long Jinghu high-speed railway also known as the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway.
Its a network link for Google Earth which will use Google Maps to give you a transparent map overlay for the area you are viewing in Google Earth. In other words...go over a certain region, activate the network link, and it will show you what that area would look like in Google Maps.
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