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|Lake Pedder is located in the southwest of Tasmania, Australia and consists of a large water catchment contained by three dams - the Serpentine, Scotts Peak and Edgar Dams. The dams were built as part of the Gordon River power scheme to provide hydro-electricity for Tasmania. ||11/28/2005||586|
|Locations of most of the german dams.||04/17/2006||624|
|OK, so North Korea doesn't feel left out, here's some dams in North Korea.||08/17/2005||590|
|This is a very large collection of collections. All marks contain photo's, web links, logo's, team histories etc etc.|
Marks covered :-
Baseball : MLB/MiLB/Entire "Hall Of Fame Collection"
Football : NFL/College (NCAA div 1-A & 1-AA)/CFL/NIFL
Basketball : NBA/NBDL
History Of The Heavyweights. All winners since John L Sullivan (11882)
Hockey Arena : NHL/A...
|Dams along the SAKARYA River, Turkey.||10/07/2005||345|
|This is a collection of "Wonders of the World," modern and medieval versions, including "natural" (i.e., environmental/geological) wonders. |
This collection contains A LOT of placemarks (80+) and was compiled from various sources on the internet. I think that a "Collections" category is a good idea.
|This is a tremendous aircraft collection, which includes a prototype A9 (only two exist). The links give a well illustrated detailed tour of the collection, The area is in high res - but the image only serves to whet the appetite.||01/06/2006||348|
|2 Cross Channel Hovercrafts and a collection of smaler craft at the Hovercraft mesuem||08/24/2006||303|
|Collection of older war planes at a base in Sweden.|
|One of the biggest dams in Germany. Destroyed during WWII by British bombers. Built up in 1911-1914 to produce electricity, although three villages were flooded. The ruins can be seen in summer when less water is in the lake.||07/30/2005||649|
|The museum was famous in central Asia for its prehistoric to 20th century collection. But over the last ten years 70% of the collection has been lost. The museum is closed but the editors of The Survival Guide did manage to get inside and meet the director and his deputy. |
|A collection of the "Biggest" ships visible in Google Earth, ranging from 950-1300+ feet. Color-coded by size (every 100 feet). |
LAST UPDATE: October 5, 2015