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Looking east towards Century Blvd. we can see several structures that are part of LAX's history. The present control tower in the right hand corner of this shot. Just behind that is the "Restaurant Theme Building" bathed in purple light. It was built in the early 1960's and is one of the most (in my estimation) unique and beautiful structures in the world. The old control tower and new light art work finish off the shot.
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Photo Added: January 24, 2003

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