> TEXTO DE LA PLACA SITUADA EN EL ACCESO AL SPANISH AEROCAR
Leonardo Torres Quevedo (1852 - 1936) was an ingenious Spanish engineer. Among his creations were algebraic machines, remote control devices, dirigibles and the world’s first computer. The Niagara Spanish Aerocar was designed by Leonardo Torres Quevedo and represented a new type of aerial cable way that he called «transbordador». Officially opened on August 8, 1916, it is the only one of its kind in existence.