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|A smaller file size showing downtown Biloxi and Damage from Katrina. Some things don't line up but that is Katrina's fault.||09/04/2005||3,696|
|An aerial photo of part of the Biloxi coastline taken on August 31st, 2005, showing the destruction of Hurricane Katrina.
The image was provided by DigitalGlobe.||09/01/2005||3,232|
|An aerial reconnaissance picture made by USAF during WWII.|
This picture shows the heavy damage caused by air-raids in 1944 and 1945. About 87% of the city was destroyed.
The left of the two bridges in the north of the pic is a railroad-bridge crossing the River Mosel, the right one is the Balduin bridge, the one of the oldest river-crossing-site of Koblenz.
|Katrina damage in a smaller file size||09/04/2005||1,983|
|I took NOAA photos and overlapped them...I was trying to create a large overlay but the photos were all taken from different perspectives. I know this is going to be edited so I just wanted to personally thank you for this site. ||09/02/2005||1,788|
|The Bridge crossing the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. It was originally called the MacArthur Bridge, but it was destroyed in a flood in 1915. In 2000, the bridge was restored and renovated. The bridge features four lions atop the sides of the bridge.||07/04/2007||657|
|Here is a satellite overlay of New Orleans that was taken on August 30, 2005. There are a number of clouds in the picture, but you can see the dark green flooded areas to get an idea of the damage.||08/31/2005||2,629|
|An aerial vertical view of the destroyed bridge with a fly-by photo.||05/13/2006||1,555|
|Novy most (The New Bridge) is well know as Most SNP (Bridge of SNP), which was former name of the bridge. Special for this bridge is it's restaurant that looks like an UFO. It's name is Bystrica but unfotunately nowadays you can't have lunch there because it's closed.||10/21/2005||759|
|An aerial view of the Railway Bridge which was blown by the Germans on Sunday 17th September 1944.||05/13/2006||1,324|
|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 ...||01/23/2007||694|
|Roof damage and refugees awaiting rescue in parking lot.||09/08/2005||6,287|