Each runway has a name.
Or rather, it has a number.
No actually it has two numbers, one at each end.
When pilots and air traffic controllers talk about a runway, they just use the number at the end where the pilot is landing . On this end is the number of the pilot's heading when they land.
We made some dials to find out this heading:
The aeroplane landing there would be going in the direction of the arrow...
Here's a question for you. Can you answer it without looking... what number would be at the other end of the runway. Answer in the comments, and then check.
Now we're designing and naming our own runways...