|A Transportation Collections Index||ploppy||6/24/13 1:42 PM|
Here is a list of Transportation collections.
There are 46 collections in the list along with a couple of notable World Record flying achievements.
Valery35s “Transportation. Assembling” and Frank_McVeys “Aircraft Identification and Information Resources”
posts, have also been included.
Some of the aircraft are duplicated in the Military forums ***The Collection List***
as the aircraft have both a civilian and military background.
Something else I have added is this request by Hill.
Please label your finds as accurately as possible.
An Automatic connection to popular Google Earth Community Collections.
All Trains in Motion
All Trains in Motion (Train Hunt)
All Trains Not in Motion
Train Hunt; Not in motion
Railway turntables and roundhouses of The World
Railroad turntables and roundhouses of the world
Railway turntables from around The World
Train Turntables around the world
The Trans-Siberian Railway
The Trans-Siberian Railway - longest in the world
Monorails from around The World
Cars On Poles Collection
Cars On Poles Collection
Interesting vehicles visible in Street View
Interesting Cars in Street View
Rare and Exotic Cars
Rare and Exotic Cars
Visible Shipwreck Collection
Tribute to FIGEE Crane
Tribute to FIGEE crane building
Worlds largest container ports
Largest container ports
Tall Ships and Old Sailing Ships
Worlds Largest Ships
Aircraft Identification Charts - Warsaw Pact
Though I may be on my own...I know I'll never walk alone.
|Re: A Transportation Collections List||Masonicmoron||3/7/10 12:49 PM|
Well done Ploppy
I would vote for a sticky
|Re: A Transportation Collections List||TheLedge||3/15/10 2:15 AM|
|Re: A Transportation Collections List||ploppy||3/16/10 12:01 PM|
MM and TheLedge
Thank you very much.
It is a list of collections that focus mainly on global locations rather than cities and countries.
There are many, many more excellent collections that do focus on cities and countries but this list would be a lot, longer if I include all of them as well.
I am still looking for new collections to add, so if there are any global collections you think should be included, please PM me with a link to the post.
Thank you once again and all the best
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||nlfuchs1990||3/13/12 2:11 PM|
Hello Ploppy, I was wondering If you could add the collection I maintain, "Google Earth's Biggest Ship Collection"? It's goal is to be an up-to-date collection of all ships currently visible in Google Earth that exceed 950 feet in length (I've also added some ships [ships over 1150ft or of particular interest] visible in Timeslider). As there are thousands and thousands of ships visible in Google Earth I wanted to focus on a certain subset, and I chose the largest of these ships. I've made it so all length measurements are in both Metric and American units to make it easily understood by everyone. It's sorted into categories by ship type (Tanker/Bulk Carrier, Container Ship, Cruise Ship/Liner, Aircraft Carrier, Under Construction/Drydocked, LNG/LPG Tanker, Vehicle Cargo Ship, and Lake Freighter) and ship length (950-999ft, 1000-1099ft, 1100-1199ft, 1200-1299ft, 1300+ft) Currently most finds within it are my own, but I welcome anyone adding any ships they find.
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||ploppy||3/14/12 12:47 PM|
I am currently updating The Collection List, in the Military Forum and The Transportation Collections Index, here.
I will certainly add your post to this collection.
You have obviously spent a great deal of time compiling it.
All the best
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||TOMBAL||5/1/12 2:09 AM|
The funicular railway collection is hardly a collection. Just five placemarks, none of the suggestions have been incorporated, and the last post was 2007!!
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||Noisette||5/2/12 10:45 AM|
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||nlfuchs1990||7/10/12 8:33 PM|
Was wondering if you could please replace
Aircraft In Flight "Street View"with
Streetview in Flight
The previous one is incredibly outdated whilst the newer one is the one I've been working on (and will keep up to date - It's a network link so it'll always be up to date with my newest version). It currently contains 706 airplanes (638 civilian, 68 military), 103 helicopters (69 civilian, 34 military), and 22 aerostats (831 total).
Thank you very much,
Nicolas Fuchs (SpiderX22)
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||Normb||7/10/12 10:03 PM|
Users cannot Delete another Users post or collection.
It is up to the compiler of the collection to remove / edit as he or she wishes.
Many of the Finds within the Collection are still Valid finds and are still viewable in Google Earth Street View.
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||ploppy||7/12/12 2:25 PM|
Yes I can add your collection.
I will incorporate it, along with mnj1233s.
He was the first person to find a use for "Street View" in Google Earth, so I will not delete his collection.
As there are military aircraft in your collection, I would like to add it to the list in the military forum, if that is OK.
All the best
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||scotty2468||1/8/13 5:03 PM|
Hi Ploppy Is there still a "planes on poles" I have a few, and would like to donate Thanks, Scotty
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||ploppy||1/13/13 10:02 AM|
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|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||nlfuchs1990||4/16/13 7:54 PM|
Most Important Cruise Liner ports of The World
Most Important Cruising ports of the World
Link is dead.
[You do not have permission to access this content. (#658)]
Link sends you back to this thread, rather than the one you intended. You probably intended this one: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gec-places/2d0FApRzs6M Don't bother though, that network link is broken (has been for awhile).
I would suggest you remove both blocks of text, however NormB said "Users cannot Delete another Users post or collection," so.....idk.
|Re: A Transportation Collections Index||ploppy||6/24/13 1:46 PM|
I have deleted the cruise liner link and updated Transportation. Assembling.
All the best,