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Picture of the Grumman G-73 Mallard aircraft

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More: Australia - Western Australia, August 1999
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VH-OAW (cn J-23) Cockpit with the tail of a Lockheed Neptune visible outside.
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A visitor from United States posted Fri December 8, 2006:
Exclusive detail with a great perspective

A visitor from Australia posted Wed December 21, 2005:
I rated it a four star for its cleness and dedtail. It would have received more if I could read the instruments

A visitor from Canada posted Tue December 20, 2005:
Nice clear picture!!!!!!!

A visitor from Canada posted Tue December 20, 2005:
It shows the important aspects of seaplane intrumentation

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 20, 2005:
This reminds me very much of the plane I flew years ago while in the air force. It was the dehavilland, l-20. A tail-dragger that we used for administrative visits to the 'high-line' radar sites along the Canadian border. Even though it was a fixed gear aircraft - - - we had hydraulic operated 'skis' that were adapted to the main gear that we could hand pump down or up from the cockpit. Also, the elevator & aileron control was on a 'yolk' that by pulling a pin, we could swivel it from over from the left pilot seat to the right co-pilot seat. The left pilot seat had full rudder & brake control - - while the right seat had only rudder control, but no brake capability.

A visitor from United States posted Mon December 19, 2005:
Great shot of the panel and the overhead. Imagine that those must be the flap handles above. The visibility out the front of this plane must be pretty good.