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Saturday, June 30, 2018
Souvenir Saturday: West Street's early days
West Street without tarmac *
, a mainly historical tar-based material for macadamising road surfaces, patented in 1902. Now superseded by asphalt.
, term used incorrectly by news media for any paved surface of an airport, regardless of material, e.g. the
West Street no tarmac
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