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Aerial View of east side of LC-35

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      An aerial view of the east side of LC-35 showing the Navy Blockhouse, almost identical to the Army Blockhouse at LC-33, and the twin Aerobee launch towers.   Blockhouse construction began in 1946.  The first tower was built around 1947 with a second tower added later.  The last Aerobee launched from the towers was in 1986.  The blockhouse remains, but the towers have been dismantled.
Photo from the Jerry Crouch Collection
Note:  This photo was taken by Mr. George Helfrich from the top of the 500 foot MET tower at LC-35.