Saturday, July 15, 2017

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Light plane


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P 40 Flying Tiger
Rutan Voyager

Spirit of St. Louis

Light Plane

Japanese Fighter Plane
Airport
Japanese Fighter
Airplane


Plane Spotting
Plane Spotting

Airplane
Airplane
Aircraft
Culver Cadet
Aircraft
Braniff
The sign on the building clearly says "Wichita the Air Capital"
This is at the Wichita, Kansas airport. The words "Air Capital" were apparently added late 1929 or early 1930.


Light Plane
United
Biplane

Airplane
Biplane

Man and light plane
On the ground

B 26
Cockpit
Cockpit of BT-13A Date stamped December 3, 1941.

Woman and Light Plane
Row of Biplanes
Trimotor aircraft

Trimotor aircraft
Trimotor aircraft
Trimotor aircraft
Trimotor aircraft


Broken
Black Widow
German Fighter Plane
German Plane

Crop Duster
Twin engine biplane

Biplanes on the Runway
Biplanes on the Runway

Racing plane
P-40


Glider N124M
Pan American
Private Aircraft

B-17

On reverse:
B-17G
Luftwafte
was it former "Shady Lady"
of 486th Bomb Group?
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Well, I don't know.


When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.



This plane is apparently at the Planes of Fame Museum in Chino, CA.
It is said to have been used in the "12 O'Clock High" television series.
It was dubbed the Picadilly Lily. It was retired in 1975.
There are several pictures of it available. Here's one on Flickr
www.flickr.com/photos/stumitc/7141810743/in/photostream/

When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.


B-17 N3713G

B-17

Nothing on reverse.
British markings.

When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.


Single Engine apparently German aircraft.

When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.

Unidentified single enging aircraft

Hawker Fury

First flight 25 March 1931, retired 1949, 275 were built

On reverse:
K1938 & K1942
Furies of 43 Sqd (tangerine)
at Cramwell 1931.


When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.


On the reverse: Hawker Tomtit K1786 (S-AFTA)
Shuttlewood Trust
Old Wardem 9/97

When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.

Hawker Tomtit

Vickers Vildebeest

Vickers Vildebeest K2818 Single engine biplane, only 209 were built. First flown in 1928, retired 1942.

When this batch of photographs came in they looked like a bunch of reprints for somebody's collection. I have no way of knowing. If someone owns the original and does not want it used in any way, just let me know and it's gone.


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