Looking at Aerial Images of Flint, Michigan
Bordered by its namesake, the Flint River, Flint is the seventh largest city in in the state of Michigan. Aerial images of Flint show its orientation in the Saginaw Valley, which is widely considered the oldest continually inhabited area of Michigan.
Perhaps best known as the birthplace of General Motors, Flint has a rich history of industrialism which was, at times, financially devastating for residents and auto workers.
Aerial imagery allows you to view the city from high above providing an overhead perspective of the geography and topography throughout the area. Access to historical imagery of Flint may be possible to find which would show first-hand the effects that the automobile industry boom during the early 20th century had on the growth patterns of the city. Flint enjoyed its peak population of almost 200,000 in 1960, during which it was dominated by car culture and the automobile industry. The decade was the height of Flint’s affluence and influence. From the late 1960s and onward, however, Flint suffered from deindustrialization, disinvestment, and depopulation.
Landiscor’s aerial imagery captures this former automobile utopia in its entirety and provides users the ability to utilize it in a variety of medium including our PhotoMapper desktop software, LanDiscover online subscription, or elegant Wall Murals. Our aerial images are extraordinarily dense with information, and professionals agree – aerial imagery of Flint is an extremely informative, fascinating resource.
No matter what industry you are a part of, or what interests you may have, aerial photography is the perfect tool to accompany your professional needs. Learn more about how aerial photography can benefit you today!
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