Thank you. It was actually nsgelocos' find. I just played with it.
I just realized that I may be confusing some here by using the term "old imagery".
At Wikimapia we use imported Google imagery. Google updates these whenever possible.
New imagery is recent and very detailed. What I call "semi-new imagery" is a couple of years old
but still detailed enough for map updates. (it's usually one view away from maximum resolution)
The "old imagery" is outdated, cloudy and past a certain resolution gives the standard empty
blocks with "Sorry, we have no imagery here" label. The Burnside area is a good example of this.
Both "new" and "old" cut across the area at the Cumberland River.
I used to map all of these areas but stopped doing so on the old stuff. When they are updated the
imagery shifts and the mapping is offset. They've recently added a tool to shift the map sections
but it doesn't work. It can only make linear shifts and very few updates are straight linear shifts.
I was told that I'd just have to remap it then. Yeah ... right.
So now I don't attempt to map anything that is in the "old imagery". I can wait.