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| A visitor from - posted Sun January 3, 2016:|
DC-6B's ... takes me back to my school days, flying back and forth between Australia and Papua New Guinea at holiday time, on Ansett ANA and TAA aircraft in the 60's. My days of spotting began then and I haven't looked back since. Great memories of those years of real flying.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue August 6, 2013:|
I love this photo - the old classics! If only they could talk, oh the stories they could tell us of where they've been, and who has flown them and flown on them. Awesome photo Steve!
Northwest Airlines (Retired)
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 2, 2012:|
Interesting to note the American Flyers Airline 727 in the background, a regular transatlantic service - also Wardair (707 on the left) operated 727s transatlantic - presumably with at least one fuel stop - great picture, thanks.
| A visitor from - posted Fri October 21, 2011:|
Great memories.That was about the time I started working at Gatwick and all the old DC3s,Dc4s etc were still regular visitors.Real aircraft.
| A visitor from - posted Tue March 15, 2011:|
Redefines the meaning of "classic"
| A visitor from - posted Thu January 27, 2011:|
Those happy days.. unforgettable
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu January 27, 2011:|
Steve, one of the oldies but I worked on them with Transavia Holland. This aircraft has been used flying food during the Biafran war, for Joint Church Aid. (called Jesus Christ Airlines)
| A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:|
It's old-fashioned and a good close-up.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu May 20, 2010:|
Is that American Trans Air on the right?? Great photo on legendary Kodachrome film. -Mario
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu May 20, 2010:|
Thank you Steve. This takes me back to my days of standing on the piers at Gatwick spotting with real aeroplanes to see rather than plastic jets!!!