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39A SF-S Myrtle Creek DOCILF

GPS: 43.014163, -123.324792

 

 

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OREGON:  Douglas County

39A SF-S Myrtle Creek DOCILF, Department of Commerce Intermediate Landing Field, site No. 39B San Francisco-Seattle airway
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GPS: 43.014163, -123.324792

Contract Air Mail

CAM #8 Seattle WA - Los Angeles CA
San Francisco-Seattle Airway
Roseburg-Portland Section

Operator

Vern C. Gorst awarded CAM #8 on December 31, 1925
Pacific Air Transport subcontraced CAM #8 on March 6, 1926

 

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Airway Bulletin  No. 2, page 123, September 1, 1931

Myrtle Creek, Oregon: Department of Commerce, intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Two and one-half miles S. Altitude, 650 feet. Rectangular, 58 acres, 1,920 by 910 feet; sod, level, natural drainage; entire field available. Directional arrow marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N., orchard to E., beacon tower to NW. Beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Beacon, 24-inch rotating, with green course lights flashing characteristic "9" ( .). No servicing facilities.

Airway Bulletin  No.  2, page 132, September 1, 1932

Myrtle Creek.—Department of Commerce, intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Two and one-half miles S. Altitude, 650 feet Rectangular, 58 acres, 2,470 by 910 feet; sod, level, natural drainage; entire field available. Directional arrow marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N., orchard to E., beacon tower to NW. Beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Beacon, green, flashing characteristic "9" (__.). No servicing facilities.

Airway Bulletin  No. 2, page 131, June 1, 1933

Myrtle Creek.—Department of Commerce intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Four miles SE. Altitude, 640 feet. Rectangular, 2,500 by 910 feet, sod, level, natural drainage; 2 runways, 2,500 feet N./S., 1,600 feet NE./SW. Entire field available. Shed roof marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N. obstruction lighted; orchard to E.; pole line to SE.; beacon tower to NE. Code beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Code beacon green flashing. No servicing facilities.

Airway Bulletin  No. 2, page 149, September 1, 1934

Myrtle Creek.—Department of Commerce intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Four miles SE. Altitude, 640 feet. Rectangular, sod, level, natural drainage; 2 runways, 2,500 feet N./S., 1,600 feet NE./SW. Entire field available. Shed roof marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N. obstruction lighted; orchard to E.; pole line to SE.; beacon tower to NE. Code beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Code beacon green flashing. No servicing facilities.

Airway Bulletin  No. 2, page 164, January 1, 1937

Myrtle Creek.—Department of Commerce intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Four miles SW. Lat 42°59'; long. 123°20’ Alt 700 feet. Rectangular, sod, level, natural drainage; 2 runways, 2,530 feet N./S., 1,700 feet NE./SW.; entire field available. Shed roof marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N., obstruction lighted; orchard to E.; pole line to SE.; beacon tower to NE. Code beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Code beacon green flashing. No servicing.

Airway Bulletin  No. 2, page 165, January 1, 1938

Myrtle Creek.—Department of Commerce intermediate field, site 39A, San Francisco-Seattle Airway. Four miles SW. Lat 42°59'; long. 123°20'. AIL 040 feet. Rectangular, sod, level, natural drainage; two runways, 2,530 feet N./S., 1,700 feet NE./SW.; entire field available. Shed roof marked "39A SF-S." Pole line and orchard to N, obstruction lighted; orchard to 10.; pole line to SE.; beacon tower to NE. Code beacon, boundary, approach, and obstruction lights. Code beacon, green, 80 fpm. No servicing.

 

 

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