Granite
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Old Timetables - What's Your Fav.?

Thu Dec 02, 1999 9:08 pm

Hi

Anyone collect timetables and if so what's your favourite?

I used to collect them years ago but don't now.

I still have a few and my favourites being National Airlines, Laker SkyTrain, Air Ecosse and an old BA.

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Gary Watt
Aberdeen, Scotland
 
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RE: Old Timetables - What's Your Fav.?

Fri Dec 03, 1999 7:24 am

hi Granite! I collect timetables, maily of US airlines, my only international being a single BA one. My fav is a mint condition   RenoAir from 1997. Im not sure what to do with it besides look at it so! I have a large collection, although after a recent destruction run by my cats, my collection was narrowed from over 100 to about 60. I can tbelieve it! Alot are duplicates though, and some are ripped and stuff. But i like them!
-Tony
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Granite
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RE: Old Timetables - What's Your Fav.?

Fri Dec 03, 1999 7:47 am

Hi

Keep them safe............collecters items in years to come!!

regards

Gary Watt
Aberdeen, Scotland
 
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RE: Old Timetables - What's Your Fav.?

Sat Dec 04, 1999 3:05 pm

I prefer the Eastern and Delta System Timetables from the seventies. Detailed System Route Maps and large font along with great ads. Puts todays schedules to shame. I had a collection of over 1200 but it is down to about 140 now. I also have a great appreciation for the Braniff timetables from 1977 thur 1982, how their route map changed from each issue was intresting.

Alan Campbell
Charleston, South Carolina
 
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RE: Old Timetables - What's Your Fav.?

Wed Dec 08, 1999 9:44 am

My favorite is the Final Timetable for Frontier Airlines in 1986. It displays the Denver Skyline.

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