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Excellent !

I use Google street view quite a lot now, exploring areas of the UK that I haven't been back to for many years, but it's always been restricted to Public roads accessible by the Google mapping car.

I think it's a great idea to do the Broadland rivers, maybe they'll do some of the other UK rivers as well.

Come to think of it, I think maybe they've already done the Thames through London. I was trying to drop the street view icon onto Westminster bridge and I missed slightly, and ended up viewing the scene from water level, under the bridge..... :)

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i hope they have their shreddies for breakfast when they pedal down Towards Breydon on the full flood...... :naughty:


Will be very interesting to use the river view though, as like Strow, when I go visiting customers I always look at google street view to see the location



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