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This was the main terminal building of Grand Central Air Terminal, Los Angeles' first airline airport. Dedicated in 1929, the airport closed in 1959, a few years after the airlines had moved to Burbank airport. Southern California's first air service to New York was flown from this ramp by Charles Lindbergh. The airport has been replaced by an industrial park, but one hangar also remains. An Internet search yields much of the airport's story.
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