Re: [gpsstash] Re: some interesting sites for your GPS
speaking of crashes : www.airdisaster.com alot of info...dunno if they have coordinates though...
>From: "Matt O'Brien" >Reply-To: email@example.com >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: [gpsstash] Re: some interesting sites for your GPS >Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 08:00:54 -0000 > >Cool stuff. I remember when I lived in Virginia, an airliner crashed >into Mt. Weather (near Leesburg) on approach to Dulles. > >http://www.topozone.com/map.asp?z=18&n=4327596&e=250110&size=m > >The interesting thing about this crash, is that the crash site just >happens to be atop an underground military installation used to >protect the high-level government officials in the event of an attack >on Washington, D.C. Word has it there are also missile silos there, >but I'm not sure about that. > >The aftermath of the crash was like dumping honey on an anthill. The >place was instantly crawling with military and you couldn't get >within miles of the area. There is a public road that runs through >the base, but you still can't get to the spot of the crash. Of >course, this was 30 some years ago, so there's not much left to see. > >Matt > > > Thanks for this link. I love hunting crash sites. Here are a few I > > photographed: > > http://www.lazygranch.com/crash.htm > >
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