Watershed Virtual Tour
This virtual tour in Google Earth will fly you from the mouth of the Pennypack to its headwaters, giving an overview of the watershed's natural and historic landmarks as well as PWD's various projects. Find out where we're restoring streams, removing dams, creating tidal wetlands and implementing green stormwater design such as pervious pavement, tree trenches and rain gardens.
Download the Pennypack Watershed virtual tour
Tour Instructions and Tips1. Download and install Google Earth.
2. Click on the Watershed Virtual Tour link above and open the file in Google Earth.
3. We recommend unchecking all boxes except 3D Buildings in the Layers panel on the left side in order to best view the tour's features.
4. Begin the tour by going to the Places panel on the left side and double-clicking "Pennypack Tour" next to the video-camera icon at the top of the list.
5. Once the tour has begun, you will proceed upstream and timed pop-up windows will appear to describe the different sites. You may pause, fast-forward or rewind the tour by pointing your cursor to the lower left of the display screen, or click ahead to different sites in the Places panel.
To learn more about Google Earth see the user guide.