Google captures both urban and rural with its street views and maps. Here’s the Rhenigidale perspective as presented by WikiMapia – with some added photographs taken by interested parties of places of interest within the community. There is something compelling that a forgotten settlement was revived by a road, with European funding, and is now available to be viewed on the Internet, with a shared cost by companies and computer-users, from all parts of the globe. All this has been within one generation. Where will it end?