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Help With A Thai DC10

Mon Dec 26, 2011 8:23 pm


That one might be a long shot...
I was putting some order on my slide collection and found a slide HS-TMC, a Thai DC10. I list my slides by c/n and l/n and that particular registration was assigned to two airframes: l/n 234 and l/n 438.

Off course I would like to make the correct entry on the database, but the slide has no date printed, the only noticeable detail (besides the aircraft being perfect focused and with a nice light) is the name "Chaiprakarn", identifying it as l/n 234.

Could someone confirm that this name was only used on l/n 234 so that I can use it to positive id the frame?


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RE: Help With A Thai DC10

Mon Dec 26, 2011 8:35 pm

You photo should be l/n 234. L/n 438 was named "Sri Ubon".
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RE: Help With A Thai DC10

Tue Dec 27, 2011 12:52 pm

Hi Peter,

Thanks for the information.

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