Insights Into Remote Site Conditions Without Leaving Your Desk


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Gain Insights Into Remote Site Conditions Without Leaving Your Desk: Industry trends, tips, and practical uses for aerial imagery and geographic data from First Base Solutions, the experts who brought you MapWarehouse.

Friday, May 29, 2015

What Happened? [Photoblog]

Photoblog - Before and After


Take a look at the before and after aerial images from First Base Solutions, spot the differences, then find out the full story below.

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2009
2014
 
 2.
2002
2008
2014

3.
2006
2010

4.
2002
2012

 5.
2011

2014

6.
2007
2009

And now for the answers...


1. Fire
The Empress Hotel at the corner of Yonge and Gould in Toronto.  Arson was suspected at this heritage building.

2009
2014

2. Fire, twice.
The entrance to Kensington Market at Baldwin and Spadina in Toronto.  Neglected after the first fire, the building burned a second time 5 years later.

2002
2008
2014

3. Fire
Alma College, St. Thomas. Arson destroyed this property amid protests and dispute over it's uncertain future as a heritage building of national importance.

2006

2010

4. Fire
The Main Street strip in Wasaga Beach. The old wooden buildings in this former hot spot were on the verge of redevelopment.
2002
2012

5. Renovation Mishap
The rear of this Roxton Rd, Toronto home caved in while undergoing renovations just a few days before the 2014 picture was taken.

2011
2014

6. Industrial Accident
Explosions at Sunrise Propane in Toronto caused early morning evacuations for surrounding residents. 

2007
2009

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