The scuttled French fleet at Toulon: aerial pictures. On November 28, 1942, the day after the scuttling and firing of the ships of the French fleet in Toulon harbor, photographs were taken by the Royal Air Force. Many of the vessels were still burning so that smoke and shadows obscure part of the scene. But the photographs show, besides the burning cruisers, ship after ship of the contre-torpil...
One notable landmark often featured in photographs of the city, video games (such as Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series) and visible from aerial-imaging websites such as Google Maps, is the long-abandoned ferris wheel located in the Pripyat amusement park.
Collection of data related to Hurricane Katrina which struck the southeast US in August, 2005. Contains a high resolution SuperOverlay of aerial photographs that show the flooded areas of New Orleans shortly after the hurricane, as well as other data.
Utah Beach was the codename for the right flank or westernmost of the Allied landing beaches during the D-Day invasion of Normandy, as part of Operation Overlord on 6 June 1944. Utah was added to the invasion plan toward the end of the planning stages, when more landing craft became available.
The firework site and surroundings 4 hours before the explosion. Vertical aerial photos made for the Topografische Dienst Nederland for topographic mapping.
On 13 May 2000 the taking of these photographs was part of the program for the regular updates of the topographic and cartographic products of the Topographic Service.
Original scale 1 : 18 000, flying height 2700 m
Report on the World Refugee Day rally and march in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on Saturday June 24th 2006. Folders include a flyover tour of the entire march route, an aerial view of the park where the rally was held, with descriptions, and a 'details and colour' section with embedded photographs of some of the sights along the way.
During the Second World War, the Historic Centre of Warsaw was completely destroyed. Aerial photogtraphs taken in 1935, 1947 and 1990 can be used to compare de different situations. In 1935, the Stare Miasto comprising the Market place with old houses and the Royal Castle are architectural heritage included in the ramparts of the city. All these vestiges were destroyed in 1944 as it is well vis...
In May 1942, a lone Spitfire on a routine reconnaissance mission over northern Germany changed this. Flight Lieutenant D. W. Steventon brought back photographs of the Peenemunde airfield along the Baltic coast that revealed evidence of construction activity with circular emplacements on the ground. Photographic interpreters, however, were unable to locate anything out of the ordinary from the p...
Google Earth's current resolution in the Touraine area of France does not allow anyone to SEE the historic walled City of Loches. Thanks to our high quality aerial photo of Loches, by opening our kmz file you can swoop down to within 60 feet of the ground. And you can also actually LAND and walk around the town by clicking on the links to our LOCHORAMA.COM web site. If you don't get a laugh ...
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