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)

2 Comments

  1. 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” >

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