Free cam feeds
This iconic address will forever be connected to the Beatles.If you are a fan, you will appreciate it because the group recorded most of their songs from here.
The remote webcam feed on the Panama Canal is a bit erratic at times as the frame rate is slow, but you can still make out the hustle and bustle at the lock gates (Miraflores & Gatun Locks).You can select your refresh rate (lowest being 2 seconds) and watch a real-time feed of marine life.This camera is located at a depth of 15 meters on the drop off at the dive site called “Something Special”.When he is not scouring the net for tech news, you can catch him looking for life hacks and learning tidbits.You can find him on Linked In & Twitter watching over the world.The camera is now disabled because of extreme temperatures on the South Pole, but if it’s anything like the accompanying video, then this is a definite must-see.
The webcam feed is part of the United States Antarctic Program. For both ghost-spotters and Ghostbusters, this could be a dress rehearsal for the real thing.
The remote webcam is located high above Niagara Falls in the Fallsview District and is pointed directly towards the massive Horseshoe Falls on the Ontario, on the Canada side.
Abbey Road is probably the second most famous British street address after 10 Downing Street.
We will be featuring a few more from this site, but for now check out the camera angles on view that capture Times Square. Unfortunately, the best one on view wouldn’t run on my browser because of lack of broadband speed.
Maybe, inspired by the screen above you can try it out on yours. Put down the Aurora Borealis as a must-see sight in your wish list if you have one.
These are 7 live webcams set up in a 100 year old Victorian house attempting to capture evidence of a haunting.