“[…] a ginger mackerel tabby cat is sat on a mat at the foot of the marble entrance. It is sat outside the entrance to its own rather imposing mini ‘Berkshire-style’ wooden townhouse that abuts the tinted windows of the concrete and glass steel tower of Olympic House.” [a building at Manchester Airport, UK]. The […]
John Ptak celebrates old, still-unrealized plans to build an airport atop a big chunk of Manhattan and an airport in London spanning the Thames River.
Matt Cohen has created a Google Maps application that shows photos of carpeting in many of the world’s airports. This data is available free to all scholars who may have a use for it. The image shown here is of a carpet in Fiumicino Airport, Rome, Italy.