Monday, May 02, 2011

Quick photo dump

This American Airlines DC-3 visited Tulsa over the weekend for a fund raiser at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum. It spent Thursday night in a hangar at the maintenance base and I was able to get a few photos early Friday morning.

The color shots are from the Kodak Z1285 and the black and white images are scans from the Nikon N6000 loaded with Kodak 400B/W, scanned at our local photo lab. Click through and look at the full size images for the detail.

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Blogger Steve A said...

For that airplane in action, go to:

It sometimes flys around Fort Worth Alliance Airport as well. COOL aircraft.

8:24 PM  
Blogger The Donut Guy said...

Man, those are some big-ass exhaust pipes....I bet that thing is LOUD.

3:57 PM  
Blogger Ed W said...

Those big rotary piston engines have a distinctive sound, Steve. And when I've heard it from inside the house, I'm known to run outside with a camera in hand. We had that B-17 flying around here last summer, and there are always a few old biplanes on weekends. Some were hangared down at a private airfield on 21st(?) Street in Tulsa. Frankly, I hadn't thought about them for a long time, so this would be a good weekend to make a trip down there.

4:49 PM  

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