Aviation Photo #1328980: Junkers Ju-52/3mge - Aero O/Y


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  • Collection Tom Edvardsson
    Aero O/Y
    Junkers Ju-52/3mge
    Junkers Ju-52
    Junkers Ju-52
    Junkers
    5494
    OH-ALL
    Helsinki - Katajannokka
    Finland
    1936
  • 336

Photo Details

Photo ID
#1328980
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63,643
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Accepted
February 21, 2008
Caption
Finnair photo. Uploaded with permission.This is one of several photos received from Finnair. They were disposing of old photos and I was asked if I want them.Otherwise they would go to the waste bin. How could I turn down an offer like that? I was also told that that I could publish them as long as it was mentioned that they originate from Finnair.
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1024px
Height
683px

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Comments (7)

Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic Tom and Finnair! I think the unfortunate fate of Kaleva adds the historical value of this picture. Kaleva was shot down 14th June 1940 by a Soviet bomber's gunner. It was during the Interim Peace. Ju-52 was on its way to Tallinn.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great. I love the Ju-52 and it seems that photos of the floatplane variant are very rare. Thanks for saving before the photos would be put in the trash. And of course thanks for sharing.
Anonymous
6 years ago
A most valuable atmospheric and historically interesting shot from a bygone age!
Anonymous
6 years ago
A picture says more than a thousand words. 5 Stars. Tom and Finnair, Thank you very much! Greetings from Brazil.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Amazing! Post more.
Anonymous
6 years ago
It is a nice and a sad picture at the same time. Kaleva was indeed shot down on 14th June, 1940, but it was already heading for Helsinki after having left Tallinn a few moments ago.
The picture shows how Helsinki airport looked like at that time.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Why Finnair decided to trash these photos is beyond me, but I'm glad someone asked if you wanted them! Thanks, Mr. Edvardsson, for sharing with us! More, please!