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Large transport

Large transport

Two very busy transports on the Mississippi River north of Memphis. Zoom in and look.
Rating of 302/02/2006308Google Earth Logo
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Lone Plane at Churchill Airport, Canada

Lone Plane at Churchill Airport, Canada

a single Airplane and a few cars, seems to be not very busy there
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Blacfoot Dinner and Truck Stop. Oper 24-7

Blacfoot Dinner and Truck Stop. Oper 24-7

This is a great place to eat and not to busy. Best Flapper pie in the world.
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Another plane over Madrid

Another plane over Madrid

Found another airplane over the city of Madrid/Spain...
Seems to be quit busy there
Rating of 007/13/2005660Google Earth Logo
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Busy Ferries

Busy Ferries

A total of 7 car ferries plying between the two docks.

Most are well loaded
No rating yet08/24/2005378Google Earth Logo
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D-Day Sausage Camp at Wheal Busy, Chacewater

D-Day Sausage Camp at Wheal Busy, Chacewater

Temporary camps formed by rows of bell tents at Wheal Busy, Chacewater in the spring of 1944. These camps housed troops from the United States 29th Division during the build up to D Day. They were headed for Omaha and Utah beaches in Normandy.

The D-Day staging areas (or "marshalling areas") were known as "sausage camps" because they were indicated on some map...
No rating yet12/10/2009974Google Earth Logo
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Bow Locks

Bow Locks

Bow Locks on the once busy but now neglected "Bow Backs" waterways in the East End of London. Currently designated a Priority One restoration project by British Waterways.
No rating yet09/15/2005265Google Earth Logo
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Plane Landing - Dallas

Plane Landing - Dallas

A plane landing at the busy Dallas - Fort Worth International Airport. You can see like 15 planes in the air at this airport.
Rating of 3.206/26/2006515Google Earth Logo
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Beach of Miami

Beach of Miami

A very busy beach in Miami.
No rating yet10/11/2005641Google Earth Logo
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Aerial Lift Bridge

Aerial Lift Bridge

Historical bridge in Duluth,MN. This bridge began as an aerial transfer bridge, the first of only two such bridges ever constructed in the United States. Originally built in 1905, the bridge was upgraded in 1930 to the current lifting design and continues to operate today. The bridge can be raised in 55 seconds and goes up 25-30 times daily during busy parts of the shipping season. The span is ...
Rating of 301/23/2007588Google Earth Logo
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Forton Services Station, M6

Forton Services Station, M6

Very distinctive from the road- features a round tower that resembles a Air Traffic Control Tower, which originally was a restaurant, currently in use as offices. The tower is called The Pennine Tower. An employee of Forton said that the Pennine Tower closed after complaints that it looked like an UFO when lit up at night and was distracting- (Sounds like an urban myth, but its a great tale, It...
No rating yet01/23/2007339Google Earth Logo
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Wicksteed Park

Wicksteed Park

Wicksteed Park is an amusement park in Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. Opened in 1921 by Charles Wicksteed for the people of Kettering, it is believed to be the oldest leisure park in the UK.
Over 1 million visitors pass through its gates each season, with Bank Holidays and high summer weekends being extremely busy. It is located 2 miles from the A14 and is signposted from the M1 ...
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