Today, thanks to Jeff Jalbrzikowski of NGS, we have full state coverage for Vermont!
View Vermont quads here: USGS Datasheets: Vermont
(Or view a standalone version of the map.)
Thanks to Harry Nelson, Senior Geodesist and CORS Project Manager at the MaineDOT Property Office, today we have an article about marks placed by the Maine Geodetic Survey, a Civil Works Administration program.
As Harry notes, I have Maine Geodetic Survey Station data and diagrams available here.
The article below is excerpted from FieldNotes … The Monthly Newsletter of the Maine Society of Land Surveyors, September 2022. The full issue is linked below, as is another recent issue. All items are posted with permission.
I was recently contacted by Angela Minor, a freelance journalist who has taken an interest in airway beacons and arrows. In this post, I’ve featured some of her recent work on the topic.
Angela is planning to write another article and would like to speak with other airway beacon enthusiasts, so if you would like to contribute, please contact me!
ORIGINALS MINI MYSTERY ARTICLE
by Angela Minor
Hiding in plain sight, massive arrows—about fifty to seventy feet long and made of concrete—lie across the country, slowly succumbing to the ravages of time.
Originally published in Oklahoma Today Magazine
by Angela Minor
They’re oftentimes visible only from the sky. They point in seemingly random directions. They’re about 70 feet long and made of deeply sun-bleached concrete. What are they?
Originally published in Blue Ridge Country Magazine