This shot was taken through a window from inside the baggage and mail
room the same day as the photo above.
Here is a shot taken of the tower from Curtiss Street.
Another shot of the boarding platform taken from the 1985 visit.
Ramp entrance at the boarding platform, March 1987. Note the gray, rectangular
area in the center of the photo against the wall of the main building.
This is where the overhead walkway used to be that connected the main building
with the concourse and boarding platforms.
This apocalyptic looking photo at right is of the freight building that
is just south of the Central Terminal complex.
This is an interesting photo at left. It is of a narrow walkway that
runs in between the huge leaded glass windows that illuminate the main
atrium of the Central Terminal building. It is from here that each window
could be opened or closed individually, to let fresh air into the terminal
and regulate the temperature. This was in the days before central air conditioning.
A souvenir of
my Dyngus Day excursion to the Central Terminal in 1988.