London, July 14 (ANI): Internet road mapping service Google Street View is now starting to cover areas like Stonehenge, which are far away from driving routes.
Rickshaw-style tricycles, carrying 3-D cameras, will be used to film several popular off-road spots, including Loch Ness and the Angel of the North, reports the Telegraph.
Street View allows web users to "walk" along streets, exploring 360-degree images recorded from eye level.
People in 25 British towns and cities can access 360-degree views of roads and homes via this application.
Street View also includes photographs of millions of residential addresses, people and cars.
It has been hailed as a helpful tool for home hunters and would-be tourists. (ANI)