Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum

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Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum
Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum is located in New Mexico
Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum
Location within New Mexico
Established 2012[1]
Coordinates 35°09′59″N 107°53′54″W / 35.166513°N 107.898221°W / 35.166513; -107.898221
Website www.cibolahistory.org/aviation-heritage-museum.html

The Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum is a small aviation museum located at the Grants-Milan airport (KGNT) in Grants, New Mexico. It was dedicated on June 9, 2012[1] It commemorates the Los Angeles to Amarillo segment of the Transcontinental Air Transport, an early air mail provider. It consists of a lighted tower, a small building with a generator, and a concrete arrow which helped aviators find the correct direction to continue in.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Boyett, Rosanne (12 June 2012). "More than eight decades of history". Cibola County Beacon. Retrieved 27 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "What are these Giant Concrete Arrows across the American Landscape". 18 July 2013. core 77. Retrieved 27 July 2013. 

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