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STICKY: Airport Spotting Guides - where do you shoot from?

 
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Jan 03, 2010 11:40 |  #1

Andrew has a posted a great spotting guide for Detroit Municipal Airport (THANKS!) & is working on another, so it's time for a Sticky on the subject.

1. Make your own thread in Transportation Talk on airports, trains, etc.
If you have a location for car shots that you're willing to share, those would be nice, too. I'll add categories when we get the requests.

2. PM me, or use the "Report Post"

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under your Sig, ask to have a link added to this Sticky, & the first mod to see it will take care of it.
I'm locking this sticky so that people who can't read don't fill it up with "Good idea, Subscribed" posts.

3. Use Andrew's thread as a guide to relevant info. His adding images of the shots possible, & GPS coordinates are a nice idea.
If you have the capability of including a printable PDF or MSWord document, a link to one of them would be excellent!

4. More when I think of it. ;)

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Jan 03, 2010 11:41 |  #2

Airports - Michigan

DTW Detroit Metropolitan Airport Spotting Guide


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Jan 03, 2010 11:41 |  #3

Airports - US

Southern California Spotters website
Burbank (BUR); Long Beach (LGB); Los Angeles (LAX); Van Nuys (VNY)
http://www.socalspotte​rs.net/ (external link)

Courtesy of aviator.4.life: Cleveland, Burke Lakefront and Port Columbus There should be a pop-out side bar on the left with the different airports. I had a problem with it... Saw it, then it went away. Refresh didn't help on that day. Interesting, since there's a note on the home page that the site works better with FireFox. ;)
http://www.opshots.net​/ (external link)

Pittsburgh
http://www.tarmacphoto​s.com/PIT_Spotting_Gui​de.html (external link)


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May 03, 2010 08:50 |  #4

Airports - Canada

YYZ - Toronto Pearson International Airport. (external link) Tips, hints, maps, locations, photos,...


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May 03, 2010 08:51 |  #5

Airports - Other


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