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    I was cleaning up my website and forgot I posted this after a trip up around Mt Washington back in the fall...

    http://www.spyboy.com/map/

    Make sure you click on the thumbnails that popup, because the fullsize images are big panoramics.

    And the link at the Cog has a nice little video with the train coming back down blowing it's whistle (in divx format)

    Kirk

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    That is cool. How did you do that?

    Lloyd

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    turned on my gps, and set my camera time to the gps time..

    I had my Garmin eTrex Legend on my dashboard as I drove around.

    Then snapped lots of photos.

    then synched up the images with the gps coords with an app called RoboGeo (www.robogeo.com)

    it makes the google map output.

    Kirk

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    very neat little piece of software

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