Colombia, South Carolina
sorry, I should've waited a little while longer before making the other post.
Montreux (added to Lausanne)
Added Enumclaw in Washington.
Just as a note, the Google LatLon blog claimed that 3 other cities were added, but it's clear that this was a mistake.
The cities they incorrectly claimed have 45 degree imagery are:
The Woodlands, Texas
I've added more US cities. There are several foreign cities I need to work on too. This updated was delayed because of work, mostly. Then, when I was going to start it .. I took an arrow in the knee.
Little Rock, Arkansas now includes Benton
St Paul, Minnesota now includes Minneapolis (and I renamed that outline)
Healdsburg, California now includes Petaluma and Sonoma
Charlotte, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina
Seattle, Washington (note, it's cut in two by a missing strip.)
I still need to check on Tulsa to see if that expanded and also need to add several non-USA cities.
Ok, I decided to bite the bullet and finish this off.
As a note for Los Angeles, the blank area that once used to hover north of Compton is filled in with imagery now.
USA - Tulsa, Oklahoma
UK - Leeds
Brazil - Brasilia
Austria - Linz
Austria - Steyr
Spain - Cuenca
Spain - Manresa
Spain - Zamora
I think that's it for now. I might actually be caught up.
Baton Rouge, Louisianna
Franklin, Tennessee (nothing of Nashville itself was added)
and Indianpolis, Indiana
(which wasn't mentioned in any update lists that I've seen)
The Boston coverage was expanded to the east to include the docks and other areas.
One item of interest was the Italian Navy ship L-9894 San Giusto is visible in several angles. The ship is an amphibious transport for troops and vehicles. A Bob Hope class US vessel can be seen in the nearby dry dock in one angle.
Buffalo, New York
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Stockton, California was added to the Lodi outline
Denver, Colorado was added to the Boulder outline
Nashville, Tennessee was added to the Franklin outline
Friedberg, Germany was added to the Augsburg outline
Greenville, South Carolina
Germany: Mannheim and Ulm
Spain: Baio and Santander
Boise, Idaho - includes Caldwell on the west now
Kansas City - includes Gladstone, Missouri now. (the Google note was wrong to say 'MS' for the postal code)
Los Angeles, California - includes Santa Monica now
Memphis, Tennessee - includes Bartlett on the east now
Pensacola, Florida - includes the city of Pensacola now
Sarasota, Florida - Goes down south to Englewood now
EDIT: Houston, Texas was expanded to the east
Last edited by Munden; 01-26-2012 at 01:28 AM.
I found a few more expanded areas.
Des Moines (on all sides for the most part)
Davenport (to the south into Illinois)
Salt Lake City (expanded a little to the south to include Santaquin)
South Hill, Washington
Calfornia - San Francisco (north of the city to include Santa Rosa)
Kansas City - (western side for Shawnee and south-eastern side for Lee's Summit)
Minnesota - Minneapolis / St Paul (western edge and also some northern to include Plymouth)
Mannheim (mostly the east and north sides of the polygon)
Santander (west and south to include Torrelavega)
Although their claim of an update at Magna UT seems to be incorrect, I did finish the rest of the updates to this imagery today.
South Carolina - Charleston
South Carolina - Folly Beach
Texas - Killeen
Florida - Cape Coral (to the west including Pine Island Center)
Nevada - Reno (to the north including Spanish Springs and the airfield)
South Carolina - Columbia (to the west including Lexington)
Lausanne (expanded quite a bit to the west and south including Rolle)
Do you think they'll ever shift their 45 degree imagery to Google Earth, or keep it Google Maps only?