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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun March 13, 2011:|
Very important commemorative photo of a legendary plane!
| A visitor from - posted Thu April 22, 2010:|
| A visitor from South Africa posted Mon October 27, 2008:|
The photo was well done and it reminds me of my days in the Airforce of Zimbabwe back in 1982 when I started my aircraft maintenance apprenticeship. The first aircraft I worked on was the DC3 known then as the Dakota. This picture reminds me of great memories I will always cherish.Great shot.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed February 7, 2007:|
Good lighting, cllarity and representation of activity.
| A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu August 24, 2006:|
Because i never see this aircraft before!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Sat January 14, 2006:|
In 1960 I went from Chattanooga, Tennessee to San Diego to visit my brother, There were no direct flights then, so two sections of the trip were made on DC 3's. I enjoyed the sound and the surge of power as those great planes went down the runway and lifted off! Modern jetliners may be quieter and smoother, but almost boring!
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