Stonehenge and other historic monuments in the UK are now available on Google Street View as a result of a joint venture between Google and the National Trust:
The pictures were taken late last summer using the 'Google trike' – a three wheeled bike with a Street View camera mounted on it, suited to collecting images in places not easily accessible by car.
Other locations include Stonehenge in Wiltshire, Lindisfarne Castle in Northumberland, Lyme Park in Cheshire and Ham House just outside Richmond-upon-Thames near London.
Link via J-Walk Blog
Is that like a two-wheeled unicycle?
I now have this image of polite people from the National Trust in green waxed jackets breaking into other people's monuments to take street view pictures.