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XB259 An extremely rare aircraft, the world's only surviving Beverley, an important RAF transport aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s (more of XB259)
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G-APSA Photographed at one of Air Atlantique's Open days (more of G-APSA)
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51-7066 In its layout, the essential prototype of the modern jetliner. (more of 51-7066)
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N749NL Such a beautiful aircraft and such a great achievement bringing it back from the dead, then flying it across the Atlantic. I hope she can fly again one day. (more of N749NL)
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42806 Very nicely preserved at the Travis AFB museum, this aircraft bears the name "High rollers."
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N7780B Quite a nice reflection effect here, for this very smart DC6. The blue rudder indicates recent sale of this part of Northern Air Cargo's operation to Everts. (more of N7780B)
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N575L Went for flight in this aircraft just after photo was taken and that included a landing and a take off on a lake! (more of N575L)
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C-FHKF Very smart Convair in Conair's superb livery (more of C-FHKF)
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N97HP One of seven(!) C97s present at Greybull. All now face an uncertain future, with H and P's recent bankruptcy. (more of N97HP)
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C-FLYK Another magnificent beast, "Philippine Mars" remains fully employed by its owners Timber West, along with its sister ship, C-FLYL, "Hawaii Mars." (more of C-FLYK)
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51-1772 (FS-722) Very nicely preserved and attractive early American jet fighter. (more of 51-1772)
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G-APSA The tails of Air Atlantique's beautiful DC6Fs, seen during one of AA's famous "Open days." (more of G-APSA)
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N228A Classic small propliner at this "nowheresville USA" location. (more of N228A)
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22114 To some, it's an ugly old bus, but to me it's a supreme example of form following function, to produce one of the first purpose-built military freighter aircraft.
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N73544 Head on close up view of what to me is the most beautiful airliner flying in Europe today, thanks to the wonderful guys at the SCFA. I had just got off the aircraft after a half hour flight in and around Geneva. (more of N73544)
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N9498 This DC7C, last used for gun-running during the Biafran war in the late 1960s, has served as a fire trainer at GVA for well over thirty years now-and long may it survive. (more of N9498)
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G-BAPF Very rarely photographed at this location, as the Fire Service College is not ( unsurprsingly) open to the general public. Shot in atrocious weather on the day of my (specially arranged) visit. (more of G-BAPF)
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N4257L This ex-USAF EC121T continues to serve honourably, now as a static, instructional airframe with the Helena Air Technical College (more of N4257L)
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N139HP A very smart Neptune, belonging to the now recently deceased, but of beloved memory, Hawkins and Powers. (more of N139HP)
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N51802 Brothers: DC4 N51802 viewed with DC4 derivative, ATL 98 Carvair N898AT, both still active and both owned by Brooks. Posted in honour of the late Sir Freddie Laker, who died recently and whose brainchild the Carvair was. (more of N51802)
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C-FBAJ (02) c/n 3088. Built in 1941. Well, they can't all be taken on brilliant sunlit days and anyway, I think this DC4 looks rather dramatic in these conditions in Buffalo's striking green, natural metal and black colours. (more of C-FBAJ)
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C-GZVM One of five Air Spray Electras present and very smart too. (more of C-GZVM)
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C-FGNR Just right: we were flying alongside this Beech 18 in an identical aircraft of VIA's and conditions and the sun were perfect for an air to air photo. Taken in flight from Campbell River to Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, Canada. (more of C-FGNR)
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C-GIBS A beautifully maintained DC6 looking so smart in Conair's superb livery. (more of C-GIBS)