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You may think there aren't many parts of London that Google hasn't put on the map. But the company is taking things a big step forward, by going in search of the capital's more hard to reach places.
It's using a futuristic-looking bit of kit, to open up some of our historic waterways to the world. Funmi Olutoye has been taking a look at how it works.
Google has applied for planning permission to build a new £650m office in Kings Cross.
The one million square foot building would be set in a 2.4 acre site, with space to allow employees to bring pets to work.
Office-workers would also be able to travel from floor to floor on slides.
The company says the project would create 1,500 new construction jobs.