Oblique camera has been widely used in 3D reconstruction of city models as the main way to collect the data. For the"Maltese Cross"configuration, a typical oblique camera system holds five cameras bundled in a fixed platform and took images from five different angles. Except for larger coverage obtained by the five cameras, the primary merits of this system is the abundant facades information of the buildings. However, existing software system can not satisfy the requirement of automation and massive data management. In this paper, a massive oblique imagery management tools are proposed and developed, which aims at organizing and storing information, e.g. project management, browsing images, calculating ground coverage and fast retrieval of objects. Large oblique imagery datasets are employed for the experimental analysis. The results proved that the designed tools can satisfy the requirements of oblique imagery management, and substantially enhance efficiency of image retrieval by multi-mode.