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    Vintage Airplanes from the '60's and '70's.

    My Great Uncle Bryant travelled all oer the World and took thousands of photos. I thought I would upload some of them. If anyone has any info on any of them let me know.

    Doug


    Rome,Italy December 1969 by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    Concorde 1973 or 1974 by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    Des Moines,Iowa by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    JFK 1968 by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    New York City November 1960 by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    San Francisco Airport 1979 by Doug Lambert, on Flickr


    BOAC,Pan Am,EL-Al by Doug Lambert, on Flickr

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    Great Pictures! Please more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by backlash View Post
    Great Pictures! Please more...
    I have a few more to scan. I'll add them to this thread.

    Doug

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    Nice set Doug! Nice seeing those Pan Am shots.
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    The Tunis Air in the first photo is a Sud Caravelle. The Concorde photo is of a pre-production model, Aircraft 101: G-AXDN. No idea where the photo was taken though, but that's an English registered Concorde.

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    excellent! loved those

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    Here's your mission: scan them ALL, upload them somewhere and let me know when to get popcorn and enjoy these Love that stuff, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomNYC View Post
    Here's your mission: scan them ALL, upload them somewhere and let me know when to get popcorn and enjoy these Love that stuff, thank you!
    I'm glad you are enjoying the pics.

    Doug

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    Count me in! Love the photos and the texture from those scans! WOW!
    And I, I took the path less traveled by
    and that has made all the difference......yet...
    I have a feeling a handle of people are going to be very interested in what I post in the near future.

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    Love them !!! especially the smoking 727,and the TAA DC3, when I was based at Jfk in '03 flying the 727 you could see the smoke trail in the distance long before you could make out the jet when she was inbound on the 13's, and the DC3 was the airplane I first flew professionally, I have a deep,and abiding love for both airframes !!!
    The beehive hummm of the JT9D and GE CF680C2,the thunder of the JT8D-17,the rumble of the PW1830 and the high ,thin whine of the PW 545A are all music to my ears!

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    thats a UAL Convair 340, I used to fly freight in the 340 in the late 90's and graced EWR many a time with an R2800 serenade, all rumbly,basso profundo,in the wee hours, great shot,the examiner who granted me my type rating in that ship,his dad flew them for United in the 50's,they had 54 total,and never had a fatal, it was the 737 of its day,in mission,if not sales.
    The beehive hummm of the JT9D and GE CF680C2,the thunder of the JT8D-17,the rumble of the PW1830 and the high ,thin whine of the PW 545A are all music to my ears!

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