Medicine Bow Airport facts for kids
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Site 32 SL-O Intermediate Field Historic District
|Location||Medicine Bow, Wyoming|
|NRHP reference No.||12000054|
|Added to NRHP||February 28, 2012|
Site 32 SL-O (Salt Lake-Omaha) Intermediate Field Historic District, also known as the Medicine Bow Airport (FAA LID: 80V), is an early lighted airway on the Transcontinental Airway System, located just south of the town of Medicine Bow, Wyoming. The airport was built at this location in 1929. It consisted of a constantly-lit beacon and cement arrow, which pointed the way to the next beacon along the airway route.
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