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    Question 20,000 Leagues

    My 13 year old son tells me that he was looking at Google Earth with a friend. His friend pointed out what he says are the submarines from the old 20,000 Leagues ride. I had to explain the ride to my son as he is too young to remember it. But now I'm curious....are the subs still around and can they be seen from Google Earth? Thanks for the help!!!!

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    Most of the photos on google earth are outdated. I believe most of the subs are still around, but are not in that area.
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    Actaully, I think you can see the subs on google earth in an area just north of the contemporary.
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    Older updates of Google Earth did have them still in the Boneyard next to Bay Lake. Live Local for a time had them in the NW Boneyard, ready to be buried.

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    It depends on when the shots were taken. The pictures of our neighborhood are almost 9 years old.
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