Google didn't have to head far from its Mountain View HQ to capture the 1930s golden age of British shipbuilding for Street View. The RMS Queen Mary, which personifies that era, is located conveniently down the coast from the California-based search giant at Long Beach. While it hasn't budged since the '60s, the former liner is a popular tourist attraction and has a hotel, museum and restaurants. Its Facebook page shows Google staff collecting images, and has promised that the historic site will appear on Street View "in the coming months." Until then, check the source below to see the camera-toting team prowling its oak-lined corridors.