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|Overlay of the town of Timaru using Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) aerial photography data. The smallest filesize of all my LINZ overlays.|
Other cities will be posted on GEH or you may D/L from my website.
|On January 20th 1945 a train station of Linz, Austria, was bombed.|
To hit the moving material there, 100lb bombs were used. Heavy flak fire hit 21 of 25 bombers, two of them exploded in the formation.
|Tram, Bus, LILO, Rail, Express Bus, City Buslines Traun, Buslines Wilhelm Welser... and Projects in Greater Linz||12/12/2007||492|
|Flughafen Hoersching - Airport for Linz, Austria (The Blue Danube)about 30 minutes taxi ride outside the city, originally created as a military airport in 1938. Additional links in English and Deutsch in the description.||08/07/2005||786|
|Orthophoto map tiles of Mt Egmont/Taranaki in New Zealand. They are linked from http://www.linz.org.nz.|
My apologies for the imprecise geo-referencing, it's not the easiest in Google Earth.
|20 January 1945|
Target: Linz North Main Marshalling Yard, Austria
For Mission No. 164 Captain Roberts drew the assignment of leading what turned out to be the roughest mission of the month of January. The target was the North Main Marshalling Yard at Linz, Austria. For purposes of destroying rolling stock in the yard, 100 pound general purpose bombs were used. W...
|At the Austrian Airforce part of Hoersching Airport at Linz.||02/01/2009||419|
|The roof of a farm building close the highway A1 direction to Linz, Austria||11/03/2008||741|
|25 April 1945|
Linz Main Marshalling Yard, Austria
With the offensive in Italy progressing successfully, the Air Force suddenly turned to bombing in support of the Russian armies on the Southeastern front. The mission on 25 April 1945 was to Linz, Austria, with the Main Marshalling Yard as the primary target. Major Phillips led the mission with Lt. Colonel Gregory l...
|Schlogener Schlinge, Upper Austria|
On a boat trip at the Danube from Passau to Linz you pass the great loop known as the Schlögener Schlinge.
|Taken from the freely available LINZ data, the attached file is a visual listing of all huts listed on maps. Its very useful for planning a weekend trip in the mountains!||09/30/2005||1,985|
|This data contains all New Zealand Lakes, it's a subset of the NZ Place Name data base sourced from www.linz.govt.nz. Given the fairly low accuracy of their lat/long positions it may not be totally accurate.|
New Zealand Places
This data is sourced from the NZ Geographic Place Names Database (http://www.linz.govt.nz/rcs/linz/pub/web/root/core/Placenames/SearchPlaceN...