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I have updated my table of airway beacons here

 

I have completed states alphabetical thru Vermont. I tried to be thorough but I know I've missed stuff.

 

I want FEEDBACK!!

 

Is it useful and/or interesting? Are there some that I've missed? Stuff you'd like to see in the table? Is it worth my time to finish the states (Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Wyoming)?

 

Also, I just realized that this thing is pretty big (over 700K). Should I break it up, if so, how? East and west of the Mississippi? According to GC grouping in the forums? State by state? Gosh, I hope noone votes for that one icon_smile.gif

 

Anything else?

 

Let me know!

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All I can say is 'Wow!' You've been busy. That's a very impressive list. If I were you, I'd go ahead and finish it. You're 45 States down... you're almost to the end of it with only five to go.

 

Your list has shown me three nearby. They're now on my list of marks to find.

 

I don't know what would be the best way to break it up. Maybe split it into three: the West, between the Pacific Ocean and the Rockies; the Midwest, between the Rockies and the Mississippi; and the East, between the Mississippi and the Atlantic Ocean. Maybe by time zones. How about by Counties? ( ...or not.)

 

Keep on Caching!

- Kewaneh

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It is useful! interesting! appreciated! Thanks, Roger, for assembling this information in one place for those of us especially interested in these marks.!

 

I tried to copy and paste the first few lines of the html table into an excel spreadsheet. I'm not sure what happened, but the *entire* table ended up in the spreadsheet. icon_smile.gif This will make it easy to pare down and work with the information in which I have the most interest.

 

I expect we'll have some useful suggestions for improvement as we start using the stuff.

 

Did I say thanks?

 

Max

Often wrong but seldom in doubt

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

Also, I just realized that this thing is pretty big (over 700K).


 

I meant to ask, does anyone know the UNIX command to see how much disk space I'm using on my ISP's server? I wouldn't want to have anything unusual happen all of a sudden because I'm way over my 5M allocation without knowing it.

 

Thanks.

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

I meant to ask, does anyone know the UNIX command to see how much disk space I'm using on my ISP's server?


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Roger-

 

Truly a wonderful job.

 

Of course, finish it if you haven't already.

 

I don't particularly need to have you split it, but if you were going to, I'd say the Mississippi is a good split.

 

Now to get out and find what remains of some of those nearby airway beacons...

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The table of airway beacons is done (phew!). I'm sure there are some I've missed, if you let me know, I'll add them to the table. I split the table in two, east and west of the Mississippi, go to the old link to find the links or go direct here: East and West

 

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Rog - Thanks much! One hell of a project and well done. None are close to my location, but a couple are within driving distance and I hope to check on those this summer. Great work!

 

Catcher24

"You see, you spend a good deal of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time." Jim Bouton

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icon_cool.gifYou have done a great job!!!!!I'm so glad that there are others out 'there' that share in the, shall we say,'joy' of finding these old marks. I know that for me,working without a gps,finding the old maps and the old folks that remember where-sort of-they were has been a BLAST. Now if I can only get my company to let me hunt for them on company time, I'll have it made....

Thanks RogBarn for doing a great job that I'm sure will be used by those of us that share the 'joy'!! icon_cool.gif

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Thanks RogBarn! Looking forward to searching for the marks near home. What am I looking for? Are they disks, concrete monuments, etc.?

 

FL1809 shows to be within 2 miles of my home. As there is no descriptive text, I would like some idea of what I'm looking for.

 

Thanks

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There was another thread here where these things were originally discussed. There are some links to nice pictures and historical background in there.

 

It would be kind of fun to just go there, though...if you find it, you'll know it icon_smile.gif

 

Max

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I was doing some newby research into airway beacons, when I stumbled across Rog's list. I believe that it is missing this one entitled SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK AWY BCN and designated GV5510 located in Chesterfield County, Virginia.

 

I also found a number of pretty interesting web pages with information on these beacons that others might enjoy. Night Navigation provides a nice summary history of the beacons and this photo treasure trove has a number of interesting photos. Idaho, Utah and the unknown loaction section at the end have some particularly interesting photos of airway beacons under construction. This one of pads poured while awaiting construction is particularly interesting, since it is about all you are likely to see of one these days.

 

[This message was edited by Team Lawrence on June 16, 2003 at 11:00 AM.]

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Originally posted by Team Lawrence:

I was doing some newby research into airway beacons, when I stumbled across Rog's list. I believe that it is missing GV5510 entitled SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK AWY BCN and designated GV5510 located in Chesterfield County, Virginia.


 

I have added GV5510 to my list. Many thanks to Team Lawrence for pointing this out. This gives me the opportunity to say that it is possible that I have missed many others. If you know of airway beacons that should show up in my list, please let me know.

 

Also, thanks to Team Lawrence for posting the links. They are very interesting.

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I know there is one in cody wyoing park county but you have none listed for park county

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

The table of airway beacons is done (phew!). I'm sure there are some I've missed, if you let me know, I'll add them to the table. I split the table in two, east and west of the Mississippi, go to the old link to find the links or go direct here: http://walden.mvp.net/~rogbarn/airway_beacons_east.htm and http://walden.mvp.net/~rogbarn/airway_beacons_west.htm

 

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Originally posted by teamcourage:

I know there is one in cody wyoing park county but you have none listed for park county


 

I downloaded the datasheets for Park County, WY and searched for any sort of beacon. The only datasheet that came up is for PX0398 which is an airport beacon, not an airway beacon. This topic came up originally because people were finding it interesting that these airway beacons, or the remains thereof, are out in the wilderness, on ridges, etc. Airport beacons are at airports, well maintained and usually have restricted access. All of this makes them much less interesting. If there is another beacon that I missed, please let me know.

Thanks.

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Hello folks, The one arrow /tower site that I found this spring has YELLOW concrete for both the tower pad and the arrow... I still need to go back and clean off the tower pad to see if there is a mark on it. I will update you all in a few days.

David

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I have placed 186 newly found airway beacons here. It includes both eastern and western states. I have not included them into the old east/west lists that are still out there.

 

Let me know if the list is useful! icon_biggrin.gif

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

I have placed 186 newly found airway beacons http://walden.mvp.net/~rogbarn/airway_beacons_new.htm. It includes both eastern and western states. I have not included them into the old east/west lists that are still out there.

 

Let me know if the list is useful! icon_biggrin.gif


 

What do you mean airway beacons. Like VOR or ODB stations. I am a pilot and I was just curious. I can get you a list in the area I fly anyway. A VFR sectional chart would be a good reference. www.airnav.com is also a good place.

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Originally posted by .RANGER.:

What do you mean airway beacons. Like VOR or ODB stations. I am a pilot and I was just curious. I can get you a list in the area I fly anyway. A VFR sectional chart would be a good reference. http://www.airnav.com is also a good place.


 

This got started from a discussion about old airway beacons. They were placed in the 30s and most, if not all, are long gone. Originally, they also included a concrete arrow which can sometimes be found. This was during the days of visual flight navigation and the pilot had to see something to know he was still on course. The remains of some can be found if you know where to look, thus the impetus to create this list.

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I have never heard of it before, I thought they were just taking about navigational beacons in general. But I found it in the AIM. It doesn't have much info other than a definition.

 

"Airway Beacon-Used to mark airway segments in remote mountain areas. The light flashes morse code to identify the beacon site."

 

I guess kinda like a non-directional beacon today. It just repeats the ident in morse code on the radio.

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

 

Let me know if the list is useful! icon_biggrin.gif


 

Yes, useful and very interesting. Just wondering

how you missed these the first time? (Were the

descriptions slightly different from what you

searched for?)

 

Is the decision not to combine them due to the

effort required on your part, or your worry that

it would confuse those of us who have already

downloaded the earlier lists? (If the latter, I'd

vote for combining.)

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Originally posted by beejay&esskay:

Yes, useful and very interesting. Just wondering how you missed these the first time? (Were the descriptions slightly different from what you searched for?)

 

Is the decision not to combine them due to the

effort required on your part, or your worry that it would confuse those of us who have already downloaded the earlier lists? (If the latter, I'd vote for combining.)


 

The first time, I searched the NGS web site by station name using likely names such city names and "AIRWAY". Because the search is state by state and is based on the beginning of the station name, it was hit and miss. While I got most of the likely candidates, there were also a fair number of misses. This time, I downloaded the index list of published and nonpublished markers from the archive section of the NGS site and then did a text search on such things as "AIRW" and "BEACON" which found that string anywhere in the designation. It turned up this group.

 

As to your second question, the answer is both and more. I wanted to make the list available and didn't feel like spending the time when I didn't know if it would be useful. Space available at my ISP is also an issue (5M limit). Since you have asked, I'll work on combining them. It shouldn't be a big deal.

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Originally posted by .RANGER.:

I have never heard of it before, I thought they were just taking about navigational beacons in general. But I found it in the AIM. It doesn't have much info other than a definition.

 

"Airway Beacon-Used to mark airway segments in remote mountain areas. The light flashes morse code to identify the beacon site."

 

I guess kinda like a non-directional beacon today. It just repeats the ident in morse code on the radio.


 

Try looking thru this thread (Louisville - Dallis Airway Beacons) for some more info and some links that some helpful people other than myself provided. Another example of how many of us are working together to make benchmarking an interesting hobby.

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Originally posted by RogBarn: Since you have asked, I'll work on combining them. It shouldn't be a big deal.

 

The tables are updated: East and West

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Roger, Rog Good job here are 2 more that I could not find on your list but glad to say are still in service as of this day.......

Keep up the good work Happy Geotrails.

GG0598 Airport Beacon Bentonville

GG0593 Airport Beacon Rogers

GG0537 Amarillo St. Louis BCN # 45 is gone.

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http://www.lapurchase.org

 

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http://lewisclark.geog.missouri.edu/

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[This message was edited by GEO*Trailblazer 1 on August 23, 2003 at 06:21 PM.]

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Great job Rogbarn. I live in Montana where I love to find the more challenging benchmarks that are on mountain tops. I am trying to get to RX0975 to see if it is still there. I've had to back off on the searching because of the forest fires circling our valley. I'll check out some of your other airway beacons in Montana as fall approches and the fires dimminish. THANKS again.

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Originally posted by GEO*Trailblazer 1:

Roger, Rog Good job here are 2 more that I could not find on your list but glad to say are still in service as of this day.......

Keep up the good work Happy Geotrails.

GG0598 Airport Beacon Bentonville

GG0593 Airport Beacon _Rogers_


I made a distinction between airway beacons and airport beacons. From what I can tell, airway beacons were not near airports and are essentially all lost now. Airport beacons are near airports and some have been upgraded and remain in service. Their location can make them difficult to access. Since this was/is a historical exercise, at least in part, I decided to not include airport beacons. There is some overlap, in part because the terms were sometimes used interchangeably. I did searches on words such as airway and awy and I'm sure I picked up some airport beacons along the way. Since I wasn't trying to be complete, I figured it was better to have more rather than less and I left them in rather than spend the time to try to determine what they were. The two that you mention are both airport beacons without any of the keywords that I did searches for.

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I only mentioned them because they are along the Old St.Louis/San Fransico Railway and The Trail of Tears or Old Wire Road,I thought they might have served a dual purpose.Oh well I like finding those older ones too.

It adds pizazz to the others.

I am fixing to go and look for some Stone Monuments from 1870's as soon as it cools down a little,they have not been recovered in a long time.

Thanks again for the reply and all that you do here.

 

WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS *GEOTRYAGAIN*

 

TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA

 

http://www.doi.gov/news/front_current.html

 

**1803-2003** "LOUSIANA PURCHASE"

http://www.lapurchase.org

 

"LEWIS AND CLARK EXPADITION"

http://lewisclark.geog.missouri.edu/

Initial Points Page

http://www.True-Meridiansubscribe@yahoogroups.com

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Hi group,

I was justup in Racine,Wi, for a Memorial service for my uncle David Munroe, and went to see a plane that he donated to the EAA museum at the Racine Airport. They have the top 8 or 10 feet of one of these beacons in side as a display...pretty cool to touch/feel one!!!!!

David

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Originally posted by sundance5567:

Hi group,

I was justup in Racine,Wi, for a Memorial service for my uncle David Munroe, and went to see a plane that he donated to the EAA museum at the Racine Airport. They have the top 8 or 10 feet of one of these beacons in side as a display...pretty cool to touch/feel one!!!!!

David


 

Here is a photo of that beacon....enjoy! icon_biggrin.gif

EAA Chapter 838 Beacon

 

....now, if I could just find one here in Georgia......... icon_razz.gif

Strip Mining PREVENTS Forest Fires!

 

[This message was edited by Vexorg_EPPD on September 08, 2003 at 06:50 PM.]

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I would like to remove the list of beacons that I have on my web site to free up some space for some other things. But I don't want to short change anyone here. If anyone would like it to remain, I can leave it for a while but you need to let me know. Otherwise, it will come down in the next couple of days.

 

I think we all got a lot of fun out of the discussions of airway beacons and we learned a bit about the early days of aviation. Thanks to all who contributed.

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Rog,

 

I understand about needing space, but I just discovered your list today! icon_smile.gif As a pilot, geocacher, and geek in general, I am really trying very hard to find one of these beacons, or at least its concrete "arrow" foundation, intact enough to photograph.

 

If I sent you my e-mail address, do you think you could send me a copy of the list in whatever form you may have? I could probably snatch it from the site directly, but if you've got it in a more convenient form that'd be nice. In fact, I'll even host it on my own site if you have no problem with that.

 

Scott

 

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Howdy, RB! Well, you can scratch LY2802 off your list. Or update its status, that is. icon_smile.gif Buffalo-New York City Airway Beacon 17 no longer exists. This was verified during the recovery of tri-station LY2803 on 02-OCT-03. The tower was dismantled and removed apparently sometime prior to 1968. Three of the leg anchor points remain embedded in the ground at the site. Zhanna, who visited the site with me, will be submitting the formal report to NGS shortly.

 

I think the table is a great idea. Nice job! It's always fun to look through this kind of listing. I'd like to be able to learn more about these old landmarks, and I hope to be looking for others, as well. Thanks much.

 

Cheers ...

 

~Rich in NEPA~

 

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I would like to remove the list of beacons that I have on my web site to free up some space for some other things.

 

Rog,

 

if your beacon list needs a home either RGS or myself can surely find some space on the SLAGA www.geostl.com or www.Mogeo.com sites.

 

see ya at the picnic??

 

Glenn

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I would hate to see the list go away due to the lack of space. Anything we can due to help the cause. Those old beacon locations look kind of neat.

 

Glenn

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Originally posted by *gln:

I would hate to see the list go away due to the lack of space. Anything we can due to help the cause. Those old beacon locations look kind of neat.


 

Zhanna has graciously offered space to host the list. If fact, she has them up but I don't have the address here, it will have to wait until Monday unless she sees this and posts it herself. We are working a bit to clean the list up a bit so it has taken a few days. I will leave it on my site until several days after the new address is posted here, I will then replace it with a link to her site so any old links will still get there. I think it is interesting how people find these things so interesting and am glad that the list will stay on the net.

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Originally posted by RogBarn:

Zhanna has graciously offered space to host the list. If fact, she has them up but I don't have the address here, it will have to wait until Monday unless she sees this and posts it herself.


 

I see it now (just got in after a day of benchmark hunting). icon_smile.gif Here are the new URLs:

 

Airway Beacons (East)

 

Airway Beacons (West)

 

As Roger mentioned, we're working on cleaning up some little inconsistencies and making the list more user-friendly, but no matter what changes are made the URLs should remain the same. It's my pleasure to host the list!

 

Zhanna

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I see there was a few of these becons in my area. I'm fairly new to geocaching and need to know how to find these. Where are the coordinates? Thanks

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You can get a rough idea on good prospects from the State/County column. But you'll need to look up the PIDs on the NGS datasheet page. Click on the "datasheets" link and then "PIDs"

 

Max

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But you'll need to look up the PIDs on the NGS datasheet page.

 

I've turned the PIDs into clickable links, so it should now be much simpler to obtain the datasheets.

 

Zhanna

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I don't know how useful anyone will find this, but in the process of doing some other research, it became necessary for me to download the entire NGS database. Since I had it anyway, I did a comprehensive search for marker type 22, AIRWAY BEACON. Here's the list, in a presentation only a programmer could love:

 

AB1682 AB1693 AD7512 AD7631 AE5076 AF0187 AG1467 AH1530 AH1534 AH1552 AI5206 AK5765 AK5814 AK5965 AK6442 AO0554 AW6062 AW6495 AW6497 AX2604 AX2619 AX2708 AX2754 AY1832 BC2303 BC2333 BG3862 BG4823 BH2032 BH2039 BJ4137 BJ4266 BJ4398 BK3111 BL2249 BL2259 BM0859 BM0902 BM0948 BM0956 BM1047 BR1092 BR1375 BS1645 BT2097 BT2172 BT2183 BU1875 BU1878 BU1892 BU1915 BU1919 BU1939 BW2183 BW2196 BW2244 BZ1400 CB0834 CC0769 CC0778 CC0793 CD0910 CD0923 CD0971 CD0995 CD0997 CD1004 CD1012 CE0702 CF0275 CF0284 CF0310 CF0312 CF0322 CF0325 CF0350 CF0362 CK3486 CL2139 CL2458 CM2197 CM2251 CM2264 CM2265 CM2310 CM2320 CN2944 CN2945 CN2946 CN2950 CN2983 CO1141 CO1164 CO1214 CP2633 CP3041 CQ2936 CQ2995 CQ3025 CR1329 CS3073 CS3076 CS3147 CU0955 CX1741 CY1181 CZ1783 CZ1821 CZ1930 CZ1940 CZ1942 CZ1965 CZ2024 DB1365 DB1441 DB1442 DB1653 DC1948 DC1996 DC2073 DC2085 DD3242 DD3342 DF1296 DG2532 DG2627 DG2776 DG3089 DG3130 DG3248 DG3378 DG3461 DG3612 DG3626 DH2430 DH2457 DH2490 DH2498 DH2499 DH2502 DH2507 DH2563 DH2567 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And here's the rest of the list, since the size of posts is limited:

 

SC1400 SC1527 SC1544 SL1555 SL1606 SS1432 SS1457 SS1506 SS1522 SS1548 SU1122 SV1201 SV1275 SV1277 SV1302 SW1227 SW1573 SX1120 SX1122 SX1138 SX1318 TR1123

 

If I get really bored, I'll see about throwing together a .dat file with just these in it.

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Since I had it anyway, I did a comprehensive search for marker type 22, AIRWAY BEACON.

Hmm ... I notice that I have some in my list that aren't in yours. For example: UW5259 and UV8494. (I just picked two from the end of my list.)

 

I thought that maybe these particular datasheets for some reason omitted the marker type field, but I see that it is listed and "Airway Beacon" is correctly indicated.

 

Any thoughts? Am I missing something obvious? :ph34r:

 

(By the way, thanks for doing this. Rogbarn alerted me to some that weren't already on our list.)

 

~Zhanna

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For example: UW5259 and UV8494.

I notice that those two are in Alaska. Due to the way I snarfed the database, and due to the fact that they don't have counties up there, I don't believe I got everything in Alaska. I'll see what I can do about rectifying that.

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