Aviation Photo #1123254 Lockheed L-1049F Super Constellation - Breitling (Super Constellation Flyers)

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Braking action during landing. You not only feel the power of the four Curtiss-Wright Cyclone R-3350-972TC18DA1 engines (with a total horse-power of 13'000!), you even can see it.
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    Christian Waser
    Breitling (Super Constellation Flyers)
    Lockheed L-1049F Super Constellation
    Lockheed Constellation/Starliner (C-69/C-121)
    Lockheed Constellation/Starliner (C-69/C-121)
    Lockheed
    4175
    N73544
    Basle / Mulhouse - Euro
    France
    September 24, 2006
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Photo Added: October 12, 2006

Comments (23)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Exceptional picture...I can't find the words to describe it !
Anonymous
11 years ago
Dramatic looking.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Excellent shot. Priceless !
Anonymous
11 years ago
That is one beautiful shot. Congratulations
Anonymous
11 years ago
Lol! VN-Shot!
Afterburner for cyclone!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Are you scared?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hot hot hot!
hehehe
Anonymous
11 years ago
That looks cool!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Oh My God!!! Great shot!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Grew up close to JFK,and back in "the day" loved to look up and see these beautiful planes,and listen to their powerful droaning engines.Excellent photo!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great photo
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is really a HOT photo!!! I can imagine the sound of this engines...Great!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
What a great display of the power of aviation during the early years.!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow, powerful!
Anonymous
11 years ago
A rare photograph
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful pic....new form of deicing?
Anonymous
10 years ago
For sure something you would not want to see when you look out the window, but great timing
Anonymous
10 years ago
Hope it's a landing.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Just what I've always wanted, a plane that spits fire
Anonymous
9 years ago
This pic is awesome.
Anonymous
7 years ago
An rare photo. A split second and you caught it. And of an aircraft long since put out to rust. Amazing!!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Human inventions go further and further: a new form of R.A.T.O!!. seems like wing is melting down!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great catch! Even caught the beacon, as seen in the prop spinner and engine cowling.

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