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Originally posted December 14 2005 at 21:12 under Web. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled. Last modified: 24 March 2006 at 01:01

I Can See The Pub From Here


Google Earth has recently (sometime the beginning of December) updated it’s high resolution satellite imagery to include more cities. So their
image of the house Google Earth Image of House (and wider area) is now better than the
aerial picture Multimap Aerial Picture of Houseavailable from Multimap, at least for Newcastle/Gateshead. York still isn’t there Google Earth Image of Yorkthough (Multimap version for comparison). Judging from various landmarks the pictures were taken a few years ago but are still more recent than Multimap.

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