St. Marten, from the sea to the runway!
Wow.. that for real?
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It is better to be tried by 12, than carried by 6.
Yes its for real? here's a few more shots
Wellington International Airport in New Zealand isn't much better. Coastline, road, fence, runway. Haven't got photos, but anyone with Google Earth can check out 41°20'10"S 174°48'23"E and get a decent idea from the photo.
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HK used to be similar, though not that extreme, but then they went for the man made island extravaganza
BTW, Tuttle, Google Earth, great stuff thx for the info
Last edited by F_A_L_C_O_N; July 24th, 2005 at 12:45 PM.
That place would make an awesome motorcycle drag strip!
I hear Hawaii also has an intimidating runway. Probably considerably longer than that driveway, though.
Originally Posted by Tuttle
anyone with Google Earth can check out 41°20'10"S 174°48'23"E and get a decent idea from the photo.
And in the "cool things I learned today" category, putting 41d20'10"S, 174d48'23"E in the Fly To box saves you having to hunt around.
Plus more photos of St Maarten: http://www.membrana.ru/articles/tech...21/185300.html
Last edited by Tuttle; July 26th, 2005 at 09:00 AM.
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