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The unique and rare TP-40N ('T'rainer 'P'ursuit). Two seat, full dual control variant of the Curtis P-40 Warhawk. this particular aircraft belongs to the…

Contracted to be built for France in 1940 and later contracted to be diverted to Great Britain as AM927, this Liberator was the 25th built out of a total of…

Pictured here is a CASA 2111E/Heinkel He-111, One of 2 that flew in the 1968 movie "The Battle Of Britain". She now resides at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum in…

Today some friends were headed down to a warbird airshow just south of us in Peru, IL. I was going through some photos and came across these from when I took my…

Once upon a time there were meadows in this area just outside of the walls of Vienna. The meadows and pastures belonged to Bürgerspital – a hospital for the…

This is one of the six Flak Towers of Vienna. It’s situated in Esterházypark. The Flak Tower was the Lead Tower (Leitturm) and was erected 1943/44. It was used…

Last weekend their was a meeting of WWII collectors. These people own and keep up cars and trucks from the war. The meeting was held in one of the old…

When I was in highschool during the 90's this coral stone building is known as Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation or a provincial jail, I had…

Took the day off from work to attend a school field trip with my daughters. We headed over to Tillamook, OR to visit the air museum. The building has been…

The historic Nine-O-Nine, a B-17 Flying Fortress, a heavy bomber of WWII, which is owned and flown by the Collings Foundation currently appears at airshows…

Last November [photoblog.com] I stopped off at the American Military Cemetery at Madingley [madingleyamericancemetery.info]while I was en-route to…

My journey to Leicestershire took me past the American Cemetery at Madingley [madingleyamericancemetery.info], near Cambridge, today so I stopped off to take a…
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