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Historical JFK & LGA pictures

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A lot of great historical pictures of JFK and LGA worth checking out. (jonproctor.net) More...

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Skyspy11
Skyspy11 3
Thanks Jon,,, A marvelous collection of truly great photos.
preacher1
preacher1 2
I remember my 1st flight as a kid about 9, in 1958, on Braniff, a convair of some type, from LIT, MEM, BNA,TYS,DCA, then finally into Idlewild in the middle of the night. Wore slap out. Mom had originally booke AA from LIT to STL and then Idlewild direct but the gov't travel office had other ideas.lol
joewhoo
Joe Boll 2
Brings back a few memories to LGA AND IDL. I began work in August 1956 at LGA and transfered to IDL in MID-1957. Our terminal was the Quonset Hut type Building. Yes,they were the good ol'days to visit the Observation Decks without a badge or Security checks.
Thanks for the memories. Joe.
fowlerp
Peter fowler 2
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES OF LGA AND IDL....GREAT FUN!
eppyvox
steve epstein 1
Beautiful shots and commentary. I grew up close by JFK and still live nearby. Seen these in the air going back 50 years +.
727clamshell
Clam Shell 1
Amazing photos!!! Thanks so much for posting this.
I flew EA L1011s in and out of LGA on occasion. I always
worried about those 7000' runways and not ending up
in the water!
GUILLERMOSOLANO
GUILLERMO SOLANO 1
SPECIALS REMEMBERS OF AVIATION.
hgdelgado
Hernan Delgado 1
Thanks for putting this nice collection together for us to enjoy!
JACQUES18
Jacques BONHOMME 1
un site extraordinaire ,des photos magnifiques, et beaucoup d'histoire.Thanks a lot for all
Bernie20910
Bernie Behling 1
From 1965 to 1980 I lived about five miles from the threshold of 13 L at JFK. There's a lot of memories getting stirred up by these pics.
caddysrx3
Dale Minter 1
I thought I was a bit nuts always taking pictures of aircraft . I worked 1968 until for Faf then Ual. The saddest day I remember is seeing TWA's jet blown apartb( cockpit ) in Las Vegas.
ikele76
Richard Shirley 1
Thanks these are great shots
skate20
sebastian lopez 1
exelentes recuerdos del JFK Y LGA desde sus inicios una verdadera linea del tiempo
isardriver
isardriver 1
excellent collection, thank you for sharing
jackdineen44
John Dineen 1
Great history pictures. Thank you.
greenalnh
Mark Greenaway 1
I recall my 1st ever flight ...with my dad.. evening Delta 3 holer LGA-ATL. Thought I was going to be sick..attractive flight attendant kept me cool with Coca Cola!!
preacher1
preacher1 1
I reall wished I'd have taken some pics in early years, as much plane watching as we used to do when I was a kid. Most were props of various types, and I remember the biggest thrill of my young life was at FSA and dad knowing sombody at the Airport that took us inside a Central Airlines DC3 that was at the Airport that night, cockpit and all.
DWROSSER
DAVID ROSSER 1
No Comet Jets.
Americans just will not admit that the Brits were first with passenger jets!!!!!
skylloyd
skylloyd 0
Great photos, thank you.
remococo
bravo... bravissimo !thi is a best collecton of flying machines . tank youfor you job and a very nice retirement time . best wishes from Itay . your friend Remo .