I have just been playing around with google's map feature (after the thread about the plane off the runway at JFK
), and I was looking at the pictures of SAN
. Fascinating stuff, really!
If I had any kind of decent computer skills, I'd imbed the picture here, but I'm not terribly computer savvy.
Here's what you do: go to http://maps.google.com
and click on Satellite. Then type in SAN
. Go all the way to the highest level of magnification, and pan east (and down a bit) of the runway. When you cross over the boundary of the park with Sixth Avenue, between Grape & Hawthorne Streets (4-5 blocks south of Laurel Street, where the big narrow Prado bridge is), you can see a small plane on final approach.
I believe it to be an American Eagle Saab SF340, but I'm not sure...can anyone say for sure?
Thanks in advance!!
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