Google Street View all over Charlotte
Posted on 4 Jul 2008 by Jason Keath
Trade and Tryon, looking at the BOA tower
This entry was cross-posted at Design Charlotte.
On June 10th, Charlotte, NC was added to Street View, the collection of interactive, panoramic photos that Google Maps has been adding to since May of last year. Charlotte is thoroughly covered by Google, with every conceivable part of town and suburb getting some type of showing, including almost everything within the 485 loop.
As soon as Google Street View launched, bloggers all over the country started showcasing the weird and intriguing things caught in the moment by the Google cameras as they drove by. We look forward to the candid finds — good or bad — that await Charlotte now that we have joined the fray.
Below is a cool shot of Trade and Tryon, as well as a regional and national map to show you where Google is so far, including some broad coverage of the Triangle and Triad from Winston to Raleigh. If you find anything good on Google’s Street View of Charlotte, be sure to let us know.
Trade and Tryon, pedestrians, trolley, statues
Mid Atlantic Region covered by Google Street View
Nation covered by Google Street View