For the first time, you can ride a train on Street View. Through a partnership with UNESCO and Rhaetian Railways, we captured 75.8 miles/122 km of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Albula/Bernina railway line with Street View cameras. Starting today, in addition to accessing the imagery from directly within Google Maps, you can also find the collection in our new gallery.
Like our trip to the Amazon, this Swiss mountain journey also began last year, when we attached the Street View trike to the wagon of a Rhaetian Railway train. From the very front of the train, the trike took 360-degree images along the expansive track.
You can watch the video of how we did it here, and for more Street View collections around the world, visit our updated Street View gallery.
Enjoy the ride!
Posted by Raphael Leiteritz, Product Manager, Google Maps
(Cross posted to Official Google Blog)