Here is a page of found photographs of just aircraft.
Only a few of these snapshots are related to each other. Most are just orphan photographs found in other collections.
Here is a collection of just
Here are some photographs from WORLD WAR TWO
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Here are some collected photographs of the
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SHORT STIRLING BOMBER.
Here is a collection of photograph of the
A-6 NAVY INTRUDER
Here are some found photos of just
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The closest is a Fairchild 24W, behind it is what I think might be a Stinson SR-9 Gullwing, but I can't see enough of it to be positive and the furthest one taxiing in looks like a Stinson 95 or 105, too far away to be sure.
Thanks to mrwidgeon1948 on Flickr
If you can supply any additional information on any of the photographs on this page, leave a note! Thanks for your help!
In this poor shot, there is a tri-motor in the distance. On the underside of the wing there seems to be a star in a circle. This means that it is a rare photograph of the Texaco Ford Tri Motor NC3443. For other photographs of this airplane see:
Alejandro Massieu C on Flickr
EC Leatherby on Flickr
Frank Hawks - Pilot of the Travelair Mystery Ship
EAA's 1929 Ford Tri-Motor visits Columbus, Indiana.
Chevron THE UPDATE Aircraft
Thanks to mrwidgeon1948 on Flickr:
U.S.Navy TBM-3s, the letters FA on the tail say they're from Jacksonville, Florida
At the left is the
Short S.8 Calcutta.
Only seven were made.
Above is the
Only five made.
Here are eight slides found in a batch of over 300 in Wichita Falls, TX
The one at the right is a different format than the others and does not seem related.
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It is always a mystery
how a photograph of any
of these precious children
could end up lost
Here are a few.
You will probably say
"Ooh..." at least once.