The Taj Mahal hotel is seen in a photo Headley clicked.
The CST is seen in a photo clicked by Headley.He also conducted a reconnaissance of the VT railway station and a bus terminus near VT. He took videos of the Mumbai central railway station. He discussed his surveillance with Rana.
The CST railway station is seen in a photo Headley clicked. Militants attacked the railway station on November 26, 2008.
Even before Google's 'Street View' comes to India, Lashkar operative David Coleman Headley clicked extensive pictures of Indian streets, sensitive locations and establishments during a reconnaissance mission for the Lashkar-e-Taiba, giving crucial information on most of India's iconic landmarks.
The gradually unravelling terror trail links Headley to his various contacts in India, according to emails, photos, videos and transcripts and other documents related to the trial of Rana put up as trial exhibits by the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Illinois on its website. A photo of the Chabad House that Headley clicked.
A photo of the Gateway of India that Headley clicked during his reconnaissance mission in India.
A Mumbai street is seen in a photo clicked by Headley. The Taj Presidency, World Trade Centre, Chabad House, Maharashtra Police Station, State Assembly Building, Bombay Stock Exchange and the Radio Club were discussed as possible targets.
Headley clicked the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai. Detailed maps of Mumbai, images of operatives, the landing sites in Mumbai for terror operatives were submitted as evidence in the trial as Headley said told the US District Court jury about secretly recorded telephone conversations he had with Rana and retired Pakistan military officer Abdur Rehman, known as Pasha.
The Leopold Cafe is seen in a photo clicked by Headley. It was one of the targets of the militants.
The CST is seen in a photo clicked by Headley. Headley said he made extensive photography of the Bombay Municipal Corporation building, Haji Ali, Gateway of India, Hotel Taj, the Apollo Bander, State Police Headquarters of Maharashtra, Azad Maidan, areas close to hotel Outram, and Marine Drive.
An entrance to the National Defence College in Delhi is seen in a photo clicked by Headley. He conducted a reconnaissance of the NDC in Delhi.
The landing site that Headley chose for the 26/11 attackers to land while crossing over from Pakistan in boats. He also conducted boat rides for reconnaissance of the landing sites. He went to Cuffe Parade area where the attackers finally landed.