Google Street View St. Louis For Slackers 

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Don't want to scroll through Google's new Street View feature for St. Louis? Too tedious? Too time-consuming? A healthy fear of hand-cramping? Want to get the quick shots of places around town? Look no further. Here are some highlights (the Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium) and some low lights (a pornography book video store, strip clubs) that the roving Google Streets van captured on video sometime last fall. These photos are primarily of St. Louis city, but the Street View goes well into the 'burbs and the Metro East. Find a cool picture? Post the link to it in the comments section and we'll add it to our gallery!
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The Flood Wall, just south of the Gateway Arch.
Edward Jones Dome. With the apparent lack of people, the Rams must have been playing inside.
A halfway-submerged statue of Lewis and Clark, just north of the Gateway Arch.
The Gateway Arch from across Interstate 70.
"The Compton Hill Water Tower, the newest of the City's three towers, is located at Grand and Russell Boulevards in South St. Louis." - City of St. Louis Water Division
Ted Drewes on Chippewa.
Who's that coming out of Pure Pleasure Adult Megacenter over there on North Broadway?
Vintage Vinyl in the Delmar Loop.
Busch Stadium from Interstate 64.
Cathedral Basilica-St Louis on Lindell Boulevard.
North St. Louis Roundabout near North 20th Street.
The City Museum.
The allegedly haunted Lemp Mansion near the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in South St. Louis.
The Soulard Market on South Broadway.
The Scottrade Center in downtown St. Louis.
A taqueira on Cherokee Street.
Again with the food! The Courtesy Diner on South Kingshighway.
A colorful Venice Cafe in the Benton Park neighborhood.
Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis.
Euclid Avenue in the Central West End.
A North St. Louis church near Kennerly Avenue.
A barren strip club parking lot in Brooklyn, Illinois.
The Flood Wall, just south of the Gateway Arch.