Back in July 2009, Google held a public vote to find the UK's most popular tourist attractions for it to photograph on Street View. The winning locations are now available on the service.

The list includes Stonehenge, Millennium Stadium, Angel of the North, Eden Project, Warwick Castle and the slightly more obscure Bamburgh Castle. Loch Ness is on the way, too, but thanks to its size is taking the Street View trike a little longer to fully capture.

A few other locations have been added too, including the set of Coronation Street (previously), Kew Gardens - complete with Palm House and Pagoda, and iconic car manufacturer Lotus' Hethel Test Track. In Kew Gardens, there are a few mystery objects hidden - if you spot them all you can win a year's free membership to Kew.

Which other British landmarks would you like to see in Street View? Let us know your favourite British spots in the comments.