Created a fresh blue line for the Wilmington Riverwalk – lots of interesting landmarks along the Christina River can now be explored in Google Street View.
Rode end to end on a bike with a 360 camera attached to a backpack and captured the post Labor day vibe. All of the images have been blue lined by Google Street View for easy in the browser, mobile device or Virtual Reality headset.
Go for a ride below:
Every summer Atlantic City, NJ hosts an air show right over the beach and boardwalk. What better day to create a new navigable blue line for Google Street View.
Here is the updated line on Google Maps (we did not get wet – the tide was low)
To interact with the entire Street View experience just click the image below and use your mouse/finger to navigate.
Keep an eye out for planes in the sky as you step along …
In August 2018 we traveled to the Wilmington, Delaware waterfront with a goal of blue lining the DuPont Environmental Education Center hiking trail and boardwalk. Here is what Google Maps displayed before our visit:
After hiking all the trails and submitting our images the map was updated and now looks like this:
Success! You can traverse the entire trail here:
Wilmington Brew Works recently opened with a dramatically improved exterior that was not reflected in Google Maps.Here is a picture of the dated Street View image on Google Street View:
We set out to update this image with a new “Blue Line” that reflected the dramatic improvements made to the exterior of the property.
Here is the newly updated image on Google Street View:
After completing the exterior updates we took the drone up for some 360 aerial shots:
Finally, we brought the 360 camera inside for some panoramas of the fantastic new interior:
The town of Centralia, PA caught fire in 1962 and was subsequently demolished around 1990. Not much was left behind. The highway that ran through town was rerouted and old Route 61 became known as Graffiti Highway. I reviewed Google Street view before visiting and noticed that the images provided were woefully out of date. This iconic attraction deserved an update on Google Maps.
Here is a quick aerial shot to lend some perspective to the project and location:
Getting Graffiti Highway on the map: