|Visitor comments (13) [Hide]||Post your own comments by rating the photo above!|
| A visitor from - posted Thu September 11, 2014:|
Thanks for restoring and sharing this beautiful photo.
| A visitor from UNITED STATES posted Fri July 18, 2014:|
Hey look at that sophisticated tower in the background. It looks ten years ahead of its time.
| A visitor from - posted Tue March 5, 2013:|
Hi, visitor from USA. Should be a DC-4, (C-54A-15-DC), c/n 10367, ex PAA N88924 ex USAAF 42-72262
| A visitor from Ireland posted Fri July 20, 2012:|
Fantastic piece of history - thanks for sharing.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri July 20, 2012:|
Exceptional photo! I spy a 2nd Boeing 247. With well over a dozen ground handlers and technicians in action, you can feel the dynamic. Thanks for sharing.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat October 15, 2011:|
Great shot and nice blurb
| A visitor from Indonesia posted Wed November 17, 2010:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu August 5, 2010:|
Excellent airliners, taken at a time when true flying was still important... a fun and exciting time to work in the airline biz!!
| A visitor from - posted Sat July 10, 2010:|
Wow! this is so delicious .... :) i guess i´m strange but i´d love to live then. would be only too happy to miss red bull and iPod and ... :D
| A visitor from United States posted Tue June 29, 2010:|
EXCELENTE! MMMMX at its very best!
| A visitor from Canada posted Mon June 28, 2010:|
Excellent restoration job. *****
| A visitor from Mexico posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
Excelent, just excelent photo, it also shows how change is the airport form then
| A visitor from United States posted Fri May 7, 2010:|
Excellent! Glad you clarified it is "a 247 w/ nose section open"; I was almost ready to say it was a Caproni jet! The quad-motor has square windows...are you sure it is a DC-4? Perhaps an early DC-6? -rsa 2010-05-07