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The Goodyear Blimp GZ-20A N3A "Spirit of Goodyear" passing over the Historic Goodyear AIRDOCK Hangar in Akron, OH. At 22 stories in height and over 1100 ft in length, it is claimed to be one of the largest volume buildings without internal support in the world. The Goodyear Air Dock is 1,175 feet (358.14 m) long, 325 feet (99.06 m) wide, and 211 feet (64.31 m) high, supported by 11 steel arches

Everything you ever wanted to know about the hangar can be found at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodyear_Airdock

fotophriendly, LelahO, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Bastian Engel(back again) 119 months ago | reply

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    nice!^^

  2. fotophriendly 119 months ago | reply

    Gr8 capture!
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  3. p.csizmadia 119 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the comments.

  4. mmmee 119 months ago | reply

    nice shot of the blimp and its home.

  5. discoverohiotravel 119 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the great photo! The Goodyear Blimp is a true American classic, and one of Ohio's hidden gems. It's great to be able to share it with others who may not be aware of the Ohio connection.

  6. Singing Like Cicadas 87 months ago | reply

    What is Akron without its blimp?

  7. Singing Like Cicadas 87 months ago | reply

    Thank You For Posting This In Greater Akron area (and NE Ohio) – As Known by the Locals!
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