GBZ Criggion VLF transmitter

Three conspicuous tapered power line masts with accompanying straight masts looks like a likely candidate for the Criggion VLF transmitter site.
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romulusnr picture
@ 2006-06-03 15:22:47
Update more info link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criggion_VLF_transmitter
Also since these were demolished in 2003 add No Longer There cat.
kjfitz picture
@ 2006-06-03 15:27:08
The 'no longer there' category is for maps whose subjects existed in previous versions of the image database but are no longer present once the images have been updated. For instance a plane in flight will be there in one database but when the image database is updated by Google the plane is 'no longer there.' That category used to be named 'satellite updates.'