Aerial Pictures BAP, final approach to newly paved runway 6, 1952. (28) BAP runway 6, 1952. (29) BAP, newly paved runway 6. (30) BAP, paved runway with a grass taxiway. (31) BAP, newly paved twin hangar tarmac. (32) BAP maintenance shop door open. (33) BAP newly paved runway with a grass taxiway. Broadway Street in the foreground and Clinton Street on the right, 1952. (34) BAP, paved runway with a grass taxiway. (35) BAP low pass fly by. (36) Tony installs his newly designed runway and taxiway lighting system using a low-cost runway light that he developed, 1953. Notice that the taxiway is now paved. (37) BAP runway, lower left. (38) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Published by awilliamriccio Fascinated with aviation history while creating quality content for my website, buffaloairpark.com. View all posts by awilliamriccio
Nice job Bill! You might want to mention the existence of the North/South runway (cross wind runway) that was in use until at least the mid 60’s. The housing developments put an end to that. 😠 You are truly doing justice.
On Sun, Jan 17, 2021 at 9:17 AM Buffalo Air Park wrote:
> awilliamriccio posted: ” I’m not going to lie. There are many pictures in > this series, 68 total, and please give yourself some time to go through > these. Most are aerial shots of the airpark throughout the years, but some > are from different Western New York areas. I have broken i” >
Thank you, I will!