Panorama Project on Google Maps & Sunset Over Port Jervis

I’ve been on a little map kick recently – I signed up for Panoramio, so a bunch of the station panoramas from the site now show up in Google Earth. I also made a map on Google of all the locations photographed for the panorama project. Harlem Line stations from the Tuesday Tour have the blue placemarks, and other locations I’ve photographed have the pink placemarks.

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And just for kicks, here are two panoramas of the sunset over Interstate-84 around Port Jervis. I took these on the way home from Steamtown in Scranton a few weeks ago.


2 thoughts on “Panorama Project on Google Maps & Sunset Over Port Jervis

  1. The map gives you a real feel for how far up the line Chatham was.

    I hope there’ll be a placemark at Poughkeepsie (“Walkway Over the Hudson”) soon!

  2. Have the pictures been approved yet? I don’t see them on Google Map nor any dot.

    Walkway over the Hudson is beautiful! A great view of the Poughkeepsie yard and the station. Also have CSX freight on the Ulster County side.

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