ouboy79
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TOL Wiki Help Needed

Sun Apr 12, 2009 5:25 am

Putting out a call for help from those that collect timetables, news articles, and pics from over the years that may be able to help with the Wiki project now underway on FlyTOL.com. The site is completely independently operated, and has no affiliation with the Port or the airport directly. Those of us there have a lot of information to go off of, but there are several things we need help with when it comes into filling in the cracks. The project is expected to be pretty extensive and cover most of Toledo aviation history going back into the 1930s in some cases already.

If anyone is able to help with information, timetable scans, routemaps, news articles, etc...please hit me up through here or over on the board there. The site is a standard wiki format, so it is all available for public editing.

Thanks all!

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