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Registration / Serial:N80L
Aircraft Original Type:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
Aircraft Generic Type:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I (C-4/Academe)
Aircraft Version:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
C/n (msn):19
City / Airport:Santa Monica - Municipal (KSMO / SMO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo by:Ed Coates / CAHS
Photo ID:207080Submit Correction
View count: 102
Reregistered N80LR in July 1970. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:N80L
Aircraft Version:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
C/n (msn):19
City / Airport:Santa Monica - Municipal (KSMO / SMO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo by:Ed Coates / CAHS
Registration / Serial:N80L
Aircraft Original Type:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
Aircraft Generic Type:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I (C-4/Academe)
Aircraft Version:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
C/n (msn):19
City / Airport:Santa Monica - Municipal (KSMO / SMO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo by:Ed Coates / CAHS
Photo ID:207080Submit Correction
View count: 102
Reregistered N80LR in July 1970. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
Registration / Serial:N80L
Aircraft Version:Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
C/n (msn):19
City / Airport:Santa Monica - Municipal (KSMO / SMO)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo by:Ed Coates / CAHS
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:110887
View count: 68
The former RAAF base at Uranquinty looking west from the 1950s control tower. Over the next few years the air force buildings were sold and removed and the land reverted to agriculture. The concrete floor of Hangar 205 still exists, as does the floor of the hangar to its left and the one immediately below the tower. They have found new purpose as bases for farm buildings and silos.
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:110887
View count: 68
The former RAAF base at Uranquinty looking west from the 1950s control tower. Over the next few years the air force buildings were sold and removed and the land reverted to agriculture. The concrete floor of Hangar 205 still exists, as does the floor of the hangar to its left and the one immediately below the tower. They have found new purpose as bases for farm buildings and silos.
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:109889
View count: 86
Photo taken about a year after the RAAF base closed for the second and last time. It had been built during World War II as part of the Empire Air Training Scheme. It closed after the war and became a camp for displaced persons from Europe. The RAAF returned in September 1951 with the No. 1 Basic Flying Training School until it returned to RAAF Point Cook in December 1958. The hangars and buildings were auctioned in the 1960s and airfield sold as farmland. The control tower in the photo is not the wartime structure. That was relocated to Evetts Field near Woomera.
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)Map
Region / Country:New South Wales, Australia
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)
Photo ID:109889
View count: 86
Photo taken about a year after the RAAF base closed for the second and last time. It had been built during World War II as part of the Empire Air Training Scheme. It closed after the war and became a camp for displaced persons from Europe. The RAAF returned in September 1951 with the No. 1 Basic Flying Training School until it returned to RAAF Point Cook in December 1958. The hangars and buildings were auctioned in the 1960s and airfield sold as farmland. The control tower in the photo is not the wartime structure. That was relocated to Evetts Field near Woomera.
City / Airport:Uranquinty (closed)
Photo Date:January 1960
Photo from:Ben Dannecker (via David Carter)