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August 22, 2015
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The above 'egroup' is an
email type bulletin-board in which only members receive email from other
members of Palominas yahoo Group. You use your existing address. I am also a
member other egroups and
this is a good way to exchange news and get
questions answered or discussed.
PALOMINAS PHOTO GALLERY - PAGE
This page contains a number of 'thumbnail' images that you can click on and
then view a larger image of that same image. Thumbnails are used initially
so that the page load time is kept at a reasonable level. After viewing
the image, use your browser's BACK button to return to this page. On this
page, all photos were taken by me (so you know who to blame!) unless otherwise
Aerial Photos Taken January 2, 2001
(Click on image)
Road & Western
|Part of the
Wild Horse Development
|Hwy92 and the
Valley View Elementary School Area.
Bus Yard, and Hwy92
||San Pedro River,
looking south from above Hwy92
These are but a
few of the (digital) photos taken during a return trip from Tucson on a
private aircraft. Unfortunately, the pilot wouldn't allow to me hang out
the door, so these pictures were taken through the cockpit side window.
I also have some film photos, but they haven't been scanned yet.
If interested in seeing a higher resolution photo, or seeing the
additional photos, contact Doug
Old Aerial Photos of the
(From the Tommy Stoner Collection)
|These two photos,
taken in different years, show an area between Hereford Rd and Hwy. 92,
and on both sides of the San Pedro River., including part of the
Dinwiddie Ranch. Both photos are looking approximately west from
above the eastern part of Palominas, and have some common points of
identification. The road and feature annotations on the photos are mine,
and do not appear on the photos; the road names indicated reflect
current names and roads, but may not have been in existence at the time
the photos were taken.
These are large photos, so load time on your browser might take longer
than usual. I did not want to lose very much detail in the photos,
so I've kept them almost full size.
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