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Photo ID: 1087451
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Canadair DC-4M-2/4 North Star M2-4 (CL-2)
Newcastle - Woolsington (NCL / EGNT)
UK - England, February 5, 1965
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HP-925 / 213 (cn 137) Ex Trans-Canada Airlines CF-TFM, lay at Newcastle for 2 years, acquired by mercenary pilot Hank Wharton who flew it away with a dubious Panamanian registration.
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Photo ID: 1118882
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Sabena
Bristol 170 Freighter Mk32
Southend - Rochford (SEN / EGMC)
UK - England, September 2, 1962
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G-APAV (cn 13263) During this period two Super Freighters were painted in Sabena colours to operate a pooled route between Southend and Ostend. From time to time one of the Super Freighters was configured to a 60 seater to provide additional passenger capacity on the route. During 1962 owner Channel Air Bridge at Southend and Silver City at Lydd worked in close association with each other and finally merged into what became British United Air Ferries on 1st January 1963. This is the last Bristol 170 built.
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Photo ID: 1091729
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TAP - Transportes Aereos Portugueses
Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, April 12, 1958
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CS-TLA (cn 4616) One of six in the fleet which operated regular flights between Lisbon and London during the late 1950's early 1960's. Typical view from the Queens Building, not always possible to get a clear view.
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Photo ID: 1096432
Views: 24780
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, June 17, 1961
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PH-DSN (cn 45546/1031) In typical Scottish weather I found this DC-7 parked at Scottish Aviation undergoing repairs. This was six days after heavy vibration in the propellor eventually caused its no.1 engine to break loose and fall in the Atlantic Ocean. This was on a flight New York - Prestwick - Amsterdam, and the aircraft managed to land safely at Prestwick. Note the spare engine beside the old saloon car, it's nearly the same size!
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Photo ID: 1095186
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Panair do Brasil
Lockheed L-049 Constellation
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 5, 1957
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PP-PDD (cn 2033) Parked at the then International Terminal, still located at London Airport's north side. The period Pan Am van, the KLM DC-3 in the background, the tail of a BOAC Argonaut alongside before they were painted navy blue, and the Constellation just airborne, all add to the scene. These were the days before airport security fences, when it was possible to get photographs if you were careful and could outrun a policeman on a bike. No patrol cars on the apron in those days.
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Photo ID: 1096086
Views: 20253
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Lockheed L-749A Constellation
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, September 5, 1959
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PH-LDE (cn 2641) Being refuelled for its trans Atlantic flight, engineer/refueller on the wing appears to have a dip stick in his hand, probably checking fuel levels or oil. The Wright Cyclone R-3350-C18-BD-1 engines were known to use vast amounts of oil. Photograph was taken into the mid-day sun on old grainy Agfa colour negative film. Note the TWA Boeing 707 (N744TW) in the background - jets on the Atlantic had just arrived.
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Photo ID: 1096247
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Aerlinte Eireann (Seaboard & Western Airlines)
Lockheed L-1049E/01 Super Constellation
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 2, 1958
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N1005C (cn 4557) Leased from Seaboard and Western for just over two years. Aerlinte Eirann were a subsidiary of Aer Lingus, to operate trans-atlantic schedule flights from Ireland to New York. This aircraft operated the last scheduled "Prop" service from New York to Ireland December 21/22, 1960 - the Boeing 720 jet had arrived. These airline titles were only used for a short time, and were replaced by "Irish Air Lines" in 1959 and "Irish International Airlines" in 1960.
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Photo ID: 1092019
Views: 15094
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BKS Air Transport
Airspeed AS-57 Ambassador 2
Newcastle - Woolsington (NCL / EGNT)
UK - England, August 1, 1960
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G-AMAC (cn 5225) Having just arrived at Newcastle from Southend in the revised company colours for the type, awaiting its first schedule service for the airline. Served with BKS for 7 years before being withdrawn after flying its last schedule service from Belfast to Newcastle 31 Oct 1967. I was lucky enough to flying in this aircraft and others in the fleet all around Europe within the BKS schedule network and the odd charter.
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Photo ID: 1088333
Views: 12750
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Air France
Lockheed L-1049G/02 Super Constellation
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 5, 1962
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F-BGNB (cn 4511) Taken with a 35mm camera with no telefoto lens in those days, so rather grainy result. Note the open passenger door, the forward crew door would also be open as aircraft were not fitted with air conditioning, or if they were it couldn't be used on the ground. It was quite normal to see the Super Connies taxy around airports with these two doors open. Converted from L-1049C to 1049E, later to 1049G.
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Photo ID: 1088341
Views: 11528
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Air Safaris
Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Newcastle - Woolsington (NCL / EGNT)
UK - England, August 26, 1961
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G-ALDA (cn HP.81/2) Air Safaris operated three Hermes aircraft during the summer of 1961, with one based at Newcastle to operate a number of weekly flights to Spanish holiday resorts and Italy. Only two of the Hermes appeared in the company livery, with the other retaining Skyways colours minus titles.
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Photo ID: 1092018
Views: 11404
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Aer Lingus
Vickers 808 Viscount
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 5, 1957
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EI-AJI (cn 289) This was one of the first photographs I took at Heathrow from the Queens Building. This Viscount 800 had recently been delivered in the new airline colours.
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Photo ID: 1095154
Views: 11085
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Scandinavian Airlines System - SAS
Douglas DC-6B
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, August 19, 1959
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OY-KMI (cn 44166/416) For once a view of an aircraft from the Queens Building with no ground equipment around. Titles around the top of the passenger door were "Around the World" on the inside and above "First over the Pole" applied to quite a smart colour scheme.
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Photo ID: 1096431
Views: 11077
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Lockheed L-1049C Super Constellation
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, September 9, 1959
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PH-LKX (cn 4508) Night turn round, movement of ground equipment and personel can be seen during the time exposure. Also note the only recently applied logo on the forward fuselage "40 Years 1919 - 1959" of KLM operations. This aircraft was finally withdrawn from service about two years later on 31 October 1961 at Amsterdam and broken up two years later.
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KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Lockheed L-749 Constellation
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, September 4, 1959
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PH-LDR (cn 2540) This was one of the first night photographs I took. I used Ilford 120 FP3 film, exposure was 7 minutes at F8 (a long time) at ASA of 64 - later replaced by FP4 at ASA 125. Pity about the foreground and note the moving people and equipment during the 7 minutes exposure.
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