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AZF plant explosion crater, France

AZF plant explosion crater, France

Crater left after the explosion of a large tank of ammonium nitrate. The explosion took place on September 21, 2001 (10 days after the World Trade Center terror attack) and left 31 victims.
Rating of 3.62508/01/2005811Google Earth Logo
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Manhattan Subways

Manhattan Subways

Subway stations in Manhattan. (Created from google maps subway list from monkeyhomes.com)
Rating of 3.607/30/20052,082Google Earth Logo
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Sailship in Manhattan

Sailship in Manhattan

Big Sailer in Manhattan
Rating of 309/01/2005560Google Earth Logo
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FDNY Manhattan Firestations

FDNY Manhattan Firestations

Check out all FDNY Firehouses in New York City / Manhattan, great Addition for every FDNY Fan!
Rating of 508/21/2005791Google Earth Logo
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Mehanata

Mehanata

Mehanata is a famous Bulgarian restaurant in downtown Manhattan, New York City. The address is 416 Broadway. Enjoy the marvellous Bulgarian cuisine in Manhattan!
Rating of 501/11/2006264Google Earth Logo
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explosion in London

explosion in London

Point of explosion of the oil depot in the north of London on sunday morning and picture of the cloud of smoke
Rating of 312/12/20051,723Google Earth Logo
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NYC 2nd Ave Line

NYC 2nd Ave Line

Route of the proposed 2nd ave line in Manhattan. If it is fully built a new line (the "T" which would have the colour teal) would run from 125th st to Lower Manhattan. The Q would also be extended to 125th st.
Rating of 3.505/15/2006527Google Earth Logo
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Rihga Royal - Manhattan

Rihga Royal - Manhattan

Honored as one of Travel & Leisure magazine's "500 Greatest Hotels in the World," the RIHGA Royal New York delivers the essential Manhattan experience.
No rating yet05/23/2006264Google Earth Logo
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Train explosion in Viareggio

Train explosion in Viareggio

On July 29th 2009 a freight train carrying 14 containers of liquefied natural gas derailed in the town of Viareggio in Italy followed by a deafening explosion that killed 16 and injured 50.
Rating of 4.508/29/20092,470Google Earth Logo
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Woolworth Building, Manhattan, NYC

Woolworth Building, Manhattan, NYC

The Woolworth Building in Manhattan, NYC. Designed by the famous architect, Cass Gilbert for FW Woolworth. Very gothic looking building and nicknamed 'The Cathedral of Commerce"
No rating yet08/05/2005428Google Earth Logo
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RAF Fauld Explosion near Tutbury, Burton-upon-Trent in Staffordshire

RAF Fauld Explosion near Tutbury, Burton-upon-Trent in Staffordshire

The RAF Fauld explosion was a military accident which occurred at 11:11am on Monday, 27th November 1944 at the RAF Fauld underground munitions storage depot.

Between 3,450 and 3,930 tons (3,500 and 4,000 tonnes) of ordnance explodedŚmostly comprising high explosive (HE)-filled bombs, but including a variety of other types of weapons and including 500 million rounds of rifle ammu...
No rating yet09/26/20071,143Google Earth Logo
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Dingmans Bridge

Dingmans Bridge

Dingmans Bridge, located in Dingmans Ferry, PA. This is the last privately owned bridge on the Delaware River. The bridge is quite old and has wood plank flooring that rattles when driven on. A person stands in the road, on the PA side and collects a 50 cent toll for each direction.
No rating yet08/02/2005379Google Earth Logo
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