|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|technicians build a plane on the roof of Frankfurt airport||05/08/2006||325|
|This plane doesn't look like it's taking off (no shadow), nor does it look like it's taxiing (no place to taxi to..its a deadend). But the plane is facing NW, in the opposite direction the arrows are facing (SE). What IS this plane doing?||02/11/2007||578|
|Someone in Pill, England got bored so they wrote "IES" on their roof. Well, honestly, I have no idea why there is "IES" written on this person's roof. Approx. 17 FT X 10.5 FT.||11/23/2006||301|
|Pornographic sign on a roof.||10/23/2007||685|
|Large sign on a roof, near NAS Oceana.||03/24/2007||389|
|I have no idea why the CROSS is on the roof, maybe the roof is wounded. ha~~~||11/21/2008||221|
|There's a car on the roof at KFZ Grothe, Herne, Germany.||08/23/2007||238|
|A plane landing at Keahole airport, Hawaii. I'm pretty sure this plane is landing because it has already developed the blue "ghost" effect, which comes when an object is traveling very fast. If the plane were taking off, the blue effect wouldn't be there yet, because the plane couldn't accelerate in such a short distance from the end of the runway.||10/17/2006||615|
|We all know fans of sports clubs can be weird.|
In the german city Gelsenkirchen a fan of the german soccer/football team Schalke 04 has written Schalke 04 on one side of the roof and on the otther side on the roof window is written S04.
And if that's not enough he also has the roof in in the clubs colour, blue.
|This plane has a VERY large ghost directly underneath it. Also, the plane looks very low to the water surface.||05/06/2007||2,080|
|Here is The White House - notice how the details of the roof have been completely removed. The roofs of the executive building to the east and west of The White House also have all roof details removed. Even the courtyards inside the executive buildings have been blurred. The same thing happens using Google Maps.||07/09/2005||5,018|
|On the roof of the youth center Viadukten in Roskilde you can see a Draken plane that was used by the Royal Danish Air Force from june 4th. 1971 and had it's last flight for the AF on september 11th. 1992 with a total flights oof 3607 hours and 40 minutes. It's registrations number was AR-105.|
Today it's connected to a flight simulator in the youth center and it moves the way th...