All photos courtesy Michael Hayman.
These trees at the entrance to the historic property on Valletta Road in Seneca Gardens are threatened by the Bowman Field Proposal.
The LRAA wants to limit the trees to 70 feet above the runway at this distance from Bowman Field. These trees are 80 - 90 feet tall on land that is 10 feet higher than Bowman Field.
This photo taken during the winter of 2011-2012 shows the size of the Valletta Road oaks with the historic house in the background.
This dawn redwood was planted in Seneca Gardens to replace canopy trees lost to age, ice storms, and wind. It is a fast growing tree that will grow into the new Bowman Field claimed airspace in a decade or two (to the left and below).
Historic property in Seneca Gardens where the trees will be topped or removed if the Bowman Field Proposal happens.
This beautiful specimen of a pin oak on Montrose Avenue as viewed from Kingsley Green Park.
Daily life passes by these tall silent sentinels on Valletta Road in Seneca Gardens, most likely these huge oaks have been standing watch here for over 90 years.
View of Valletta Road from Taylorsville Road
The well-traveled pedestrian path through the Memorial Grove of the Louisville Cancer Society
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This is a grove of stately trees on Landor Avenue in the Seneca Vista neighborhood. This area will have 100 trees topped or removed, completely changing the nature of the neighborhood.
Sugar Maple on Drayton Drive
100 foot tall northern red oak on Kings Hwy. (above, top right, inset). The large buttressing roots on this tree reflect its age and huge mass.
Located on Pee Wee Reese Road in the Memorial Grove of the Louisville Cancer Society, this magnificent Butterfly Magnolia is in all its spring glory.
All photos on this website are of trees that are threatened or will be threatened in the future by the proposed Bowman Field airspace proposal.
The King Southern Bank stands to have up to 20 to 30 feet of it's two tall pin oaks removed if the Bowman Field tree removal proposal moves forward as planned. .
This red maple in Kingsley is not yet very tall, but by the time it reaches maturity, it will be threatened by the Bowman Field project.
Just imagine its magnificent fall color when this tree is the size of the trees behind it.
Frequently used walking path along Pee Wee Reese Road in Seneca Park.
The sad remains of trees on properties with previous avigation easements and also on public easements.
What a devastating site at Bowman Field.