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|WWII practice target ranges (the small square/rectangular clearings). These ranges were used by Thunderbolts from the Millville Army Airfield in Millville NJ, nearby. Millville Army Airfield was America's first defense field and is home to a very nice aviation museum, dedicated to the field.||01/02/2006||537|
|The Twin towers are situated in the left side of the central boulevard of Tirana. They are called Twin Towers by the people.||05/10/2006||505|
|The New Mexico figures were constructed as targets on precision bombing ranges attached to Army Air Corps training fields located at Albuquerque, Clovis, Deming, Carlsbad, Hobbs, and Roswell.||08/23/2007||1,631|
|This looks like a wild ride. General Motors has this testing track facility east of Gilbert, Arizona. Gilbert (where our grand kids live!) is east of Phoenix.||07/09/2005||1,720|
|A twin jet airlner over Claymore, Oklahoma||04/07/2008||1,202|
|This is Rolls Royces marine and aero engine testing ground. Check out the exhausts.||01/31/2006||324|
|A vehicle testing ground, which is used to test vehicles and electrical, electronic and mechanical products and systems in accordance with a wide range of commercial, industrial and military specifications.|
|Version 4 of Google Earth.|
I joined MLS data tables to a Maricopa County parcel shapefile by APN number in ArcEditor. Then I selected out sales for a period of about 1 year and categorized them by 9 different lot size ranges and symbolized them by 5 different resale price ranges. I imported it into Google Earth and edited it with Ultra-Edit so that the placemark tags include date...
|The picture shows the Daimler Chrysler Testing Range near Papenburg (Germany)|
Some world records were set here.
|The Sukhoi Su-80 (formerly known as the Sukhoi S-80) is a Russian twin-turboprop, twin-boom STOL transport aircraft.||01/19/2010||641|
|This is Volkswagen Testing Range in the vincinity of Wolfsburg.
Additional information from Bounkass:
This is Volkswagon's highly secured test track. It has a restricted area no fly zone. About 22km long ( 17 miles ) and the longest stretch is about 9km ( 5Ż miles ). This is also the track where Top Gear has tested the Bugatti Veyron at 407km/h ( 250mph ).
|This is a real-time traffic map for the Twin Cities metro region provided by Minnesota DOT.||07/14/2005||1,905|