In Crossings, land use, public policy, and transparency are examined through the undisclosed Keystone Pipeline route –as revealed by Google Street View, the dispassionate and automated documentarian of our nation’s roadways. The 180° diptychs compiled here are composed of opposing camera views from each intersection of the Keystone pipeline corridor with Google’s roving camera. This is a historical moment, captured incidentally, immediately accessible for a year or so, and then replaced at the next passing of the camera.
This segment explores Port Arthur, Texas beyond the pipeline’s terminus and along the shipping channels to the coast. This segment contains 27 crossings. Images are ordered north to south. Click on any image to begin viewing enlarged images. Slower connections will experience a delay as images load.
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Additional KMP Google Earth views are available here.
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