On Fri, Sep 28, 2007 at 06:35:38PM +0200, Brian Foster wrote:
>> here's where the station apparently is (this is from
> the `.kmz'/`.kml' file, and looks very plausible for
> several reasons I won't bother to enumerate):
>> longitude 5.632711829632374
> latitude 43.19943186885426
>> now, if I can just plot that on a (printable) street
> map with the (key) streets labelled ....
What's wrong with putting :
43.19943186885426, 5.632711829632374 (Station)
Into the search-box on Google Maps ?
Puts a pointer right on the spot with a lebel from inside the braces.
"Google Maps can now read KML or KMZ, the file formats Google Earth uses
for the exchange of geographic information. This means that data created
and shared on Google Earth can also be viewed on Google Maps"
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