WWII-era bomber donated to Great Park

In years past, building a central park was about creating an escape from urban life with little nod to what it was replacing.

But the designers (Ken Smith Landscape Architects) of the Orange County Great Park, which is being built on 1,347 acres of the former El Toro Marine Corps base, are taking a new approach, embracing the site’s military past rather than bulldozing it.

In one such move, the park’s board today plans to accept the donation of a World War II-era patrol plane and bomber as the first artifact for an aviation museum expected to feature dozens of historic aircraft and memorabilia.

Read more @ Los Angeles Times WWII-era bomber donated to Great Park  by Tony Barboza 

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