You can explore the streets of Harrow and Brent from your bedroom thanks to a new internet tool launched this week.
Google Street View allows browsers to view high-resolution photographs of London streets and, although it's not entirely comprehensive, you could find your house, or even yourself, caught on camera.
The free service, found at http://maps.google.co.uk , was compiled using cars mounted with special cameras, allowing users a 360 degree view of street scenes.
Many of Harrow and Brent's roads have been documented, though some of the more famous sights are missing, due to their distance from accessible roads.
Although users can take a trip down Wealdstone High Street, or past Wembley Stadium, sights such as Bentley Priory or the Grimsdyke Hotel are obscured by hedges and trees.
Bizarrely Harrow on the Hill has also been omitted by the Google car.
Since its launch Google Street View has drawn complaints over invasion of privacy, as many people can clearly be identified in the snapshots of street life.
However, Google says it has used face-recognition technology to blur out pedestrians' faces, and a similar technique for numberplates.