Eagle 'attack' in Topsham and other images spotted on Exeter Google street view
Some of the most weird and wonderful views of Exeter have been sent in after Google’s recent update of their Street View map.
Images sent in to the Echo include an eagle ‘attack’ in Topsham, a blurred colonel and a cyclist heading the wrong way on a street in Exeter.
Flick through the images above to see the latest photos. If you spot any images worth mentioning on Google Street view let us know by commenting in the box below or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Google employees have so far trawled more than five million miles across the planet, with a tripod-mounted camera capturing a 360 of its environment as the driver keeps his eyes on the road.
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Google said it wanted to "magically transport you to some of the world's picturesque and culturally significant landmarks".
Adding: "We hope you enjoy taking a virtual stroll around some of the world's beautiful places, and stay tuned for more Street View updates"