Abandoned Or Little Known Airfields Website

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  1. timshatz

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    neat. i'm from walnut ridge. i must point out that nobody thinks of newport or tuckerman (10 mi north of newport) as being anywhere other than in north east arkansas.

    southeast would be down around pine bluff and s/e from there.

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    Cool site I stumbled across a similer one that was about WW2 airfields in Britain also cool. I'll see if I can find it again.
     
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    I think I posted the link to this last year.
     
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    Awesome Tim. I looked the P'cola area - we have a lot of old fields around here. I saw they had Site 8 on there, but we still use that!
     
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    I enjoyed the site. Could spend hours on it.
     
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