11 Strangest Places Spotted on Google Earth

Seeing the world from above is a treat that most people (except pilots) didn’t get to experience before Google Earth put everything online. After the launch of Google Earth, many people tried to find their houses, but other people found much stranger things. Check out the list below for a few of the weirder finds that the Google Earth cameras captured.

1-SS-AyrfieldMap data: Google, Aerometrex / Google Earth

The Wreck of the SS Ayrfield

The decommissioned ship SS Ayrfield is an Australian steam ship that was retired in 1972. After serving for 60 years, the ship was sent to a ship-breaking yard called Homebush Bay where it was supposed to be taken apart and recycled for parts. Apparently, the engineers couldn’t bear to take it apart entirely, so they floated the hull in the harbor after planting it with mangrove trees.