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I'm trying to find pictures of the building that used to house my local library. We're celebrating the 25th anniversary of our move to a new facility, and the building still exists (not sure what it is used for now). I can find it in Google Streetview, but it would be nice if I could locate some higher resolution shots.

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Flickr has quite a good map feature for photos that have geo-tagging info:

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This is exactly the kind of thing I was looking for. Sadly no pictures of the building. – aslum Aug 12 '11 at 16:19


You either enter a name (ex: 'statue of liberty') or use the interactive map.

Some of the same images are available in Google Maps. You only need to go to where you want and enable the 'Photos' option from the overview thumbnail on the upper right of the map.

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If I could mark 2 answers correct I'd mark yours as well as ltn100's answer. – aslum Aug 12 '11 at 16:23

You could try Google search by image. It allows you to upload an image and Google will try to find similar images of it. You can find a detailed explanation with instructions here.

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