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|I put an overlay of the various drawings that we can find at Nazca. The image is high-res so it needs to be downloaded.||08/11/2005||4,992|
|I have created a big overview of the nazca plain, multiple overlays. Here are all lines and some figures.|
|enjoy the mysteries Lines and Figures|
Links to over 20 Nazca Figures with 17 Overlays
with best regards from Pigasus
|These mysterious lines cross each other on the dry lake bed. Apparently they are not natural things. So what are they?||11/02/2010||1,068|
|Thats it. A small plane flying over Nazca lines in Perú.||06/14/2006||851|
|From what I see, this is yet another airplane flying over Nazca.||04/25/2007||812|
|these strange boxes in the desert in bolivia look to be some type of ancient artifacts. two appesr open and two appear to be closed. if you zoom out from here the whole area is covered with lines similar to those at nazca, peru||02/22/2009||1,380|
|In this file you can see all the railroad lines the has been in Denmark and the lines of today, including the S-Train lines of Copenhagen. Also the railroad ferries are shown.|
Many of the stations of the different lines are today used as private houses.
Three colours of icons are used:
Green: Stations of lines today.
Yellow: Station buildings of closed stati...
|Usually border lines on GE are marked by yellow lines. Throughout the globe there are several examples of red border lines. Here is an example of red, yellow, and orange lines all next to each other. At this moment, I'm not sure why there are different colors to these lines. I'm guessing Yellow is for countries, red is for special territories (like the Gaza Strip or West Bank in Israel), li...||05/09/2006||896|
|This path overlay shows the train stations and lines of the Greater Melbourne Metropolitan railway network. The train tracks follow the exact path between stations, as opposed to a mere straight line. |
The overlay follows all railways shown on the official Metlink map, plus V/Line services to nearby cities of Geelong, Bacchus Marsh and Sunbury.
|Six huge towers hold power lines crossing the Saint Lawrence River, they’re quite cool. If you follow the lines to the north you’ll find another six not-so-huge towers as the lines have to cross another part of the river.||09/19/2005||510|