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    Cool David. What does your new eye make of this?

    Anything look familiar here? -- Bob

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    Great shots Bob!! Well posted.

    BTW: What is in the corner of the shot on #3? It reminds me of what we called a "cable tray" to keep cables and pipes off the work space floor and protected in the manufacturing business.

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert View Post
    Great shots Bob!! Well posted. BTW: What is in the corner of the shot on #3? It reminds me of what we called a "cable tray" to keep cables and pipes off the work space floor and protected in the manufacturing business. Michael
    That would be the lexan rail for the window vent. Don't know if you've noticed yet but seen in the right light plane windows show scratches, smears and even handprints... just like in real life. -- Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzaro View Post
    That would be the lexan rail for the window vent. Don't know if you've noticed yet but seen in the right light plane windows show scratches, smears and even handprints... just like in real life. -- Bob
    Believe me, especially in Monsoon season in Vietnam we had tons of "unusual" marks on our aircraft.

    At least that wasn't holes or missing broken windshields from 7.62mm or fifty caliber rounds!!

    Michael

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    Nice shots of a tiny aircraft!
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    Wonderful set Bob! Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by plainsman View Post
    Nice shots of a tiny aircraft!
    If you think that's tiny, here's what I fly in real life. Yes, it's a two seater.-- Bob

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    Is that the Humber River Bob. Please tell me I've won the jackpot. If not I'll have to fly wing man on your little whatchamacallit flying thing.
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    YES BOB! Many things I recognize there. You have found Toronto, Oh and some of the surrounding areas. Number 1 is a great shot of Eddie Dew Memorial Field and the Toronto County Club. Where that golf course is there used to be an East/West runway. Great shots of the city proper also.

    The actual airport is depicted there on kind of a "hump" which is not true to life. The buildings are actually the same height as the runway. They happen to be missing a number of hangers.

    I must admit, the city sure is fairly accurate and the river looks just like that in RW.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to give me that gift. Things have been a bit rough lately and it made my day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzaro View Post
    If you think that's tiny, here's what I fly in real life. Yes, it's a two seater.-- Bob

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    Nice looking craft, Bob! Don't know if it's the plane or who's flying that scares me the most?
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