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    Binmaley Pangasinan ProvinceLuzon Philippines
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Location
Lat  16° 1' 57N Long 120° 16' 16E Coastal town on the shore of Lingayen Gulf. To the west is Lingayen and Dagupan to the east.

Binmaley Town Hall (New)
Completed in 2006, the new town hall has photographs of each of the town's mayors. Wartime mayors was Mino M. Ferrer (1937-1946).

Binmaley Cathedral
This Catholic cathedral in the center of town was built during the Spanish era. Its old bell is displayed outside, dated 1890.

Yellow Beach
The beach at Binmaley was code named 'yellow beach' by the US Army and site of their landing on January 9, 1945. Liberators met little resistance and quickly moved inland. Today the quite stretch of beach has only small fisherman shacks for their boats at the edge of the beach.

Memorial Marker
On yellow beach at Barangay San Isioro Sur is a memorial marker commemorating the landing. Never completed due to lack of funds, the marker has no plaque or engraving. It was planned to be part of a memorial park and beachfront resort that never materialized.

Binmaley Airfield
This airfield was built by the US Army after the January 1945 landing

Ki-21-IIb Sally Manufacture Number 4262
Crashed January 1945

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Last Updated
August 25, 2018

 

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