How cute is this airport terminal building? In 1939, if you flew into West Yellowstone, Montana–perhaps to visit beautiful Yellowstone National Park–you arrived at this little, log cabin.
Found this snapshot today in our Western Airlines Archives for the Yellowstone Historic Center–which is itself housed in a former railroad depot! They are celebrating 75 years of air service in West Yellowstone in June. The photo was a gift of Pete Woll to Western Airlines.
You know early Delta passengers in our first hometown of Monroe, Louisiana, traveled to/from a former gas storage building, which housed our headquarters offices and a tiny passenger waiting room in 1928.
Know of other unique airport terminal buildings from those early days of airline service? I’d love to hear about them!