Swan Island looked like a vast wasteland in 1930 as the Going Street ramp and bridge is being built over the railroad tracks. Swan Island was then the site of Portland’s main airport.
(City of Portland Archives)
Tags: Going Street, Portland Airport, Swan Island
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