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Taylor Aerocar III — what could have been :@

Taylor Aerocar III — what could have been :@

Moulton Taylor designed cars which could fly and his final design, the Taylor Aerocar III is displayed in the Museum of Flight. 216 more words

Aircraft Display -- Static Or Within A Museum

Group sketching at the Museum of Flight

The Friday sketchers group from Urban Sketchers Seattle met at the Museum of Flight today.  It would have been a perfect day for an outdoor outing, but one never knows in March.  146 more words

Sketches

Glasair at Museum of Flight

Once again, after my volunteer shift at the Museum of Flight, I did a sketch.  The Museum has had a recent acquisition of a Glasair, kit built plane.  141 more words

Sketches

Connie & more

I’m behind in documenting my sketch outings and more!  Too much good weather and sketching!  Wait, there’s never too much.

After my shift at the Museum of Flight yesterday (Thur 12 March), I sat outside in the warm sun to sketch the Lockheed SuperG Constellation.  264 more words

Sketches

Boeing's Red Barn — inside timber

Boeing’s Red Barn — inside timber

47° 31′ 07″ N / 122° 17′ 50″ W

The Red Barn is the spiritual center of the Boeing Aircraft Company. 203 more words

Dioramas Or Models

Stinson SR Reliant Floatplane

Stinson SR Reliant Floatplane

Stinson manufactured and sold the SR Reliant for much less than comparable aircraft of its day. Additionally, it could carry four adults instead of one pair, as we common at the time. 60 more words

Aircraft Display -- Static Or Within A Museum

Gee Bee Zee

Gee Bee Zee

Built by Granville Brothers Aircraft, in the early 1930s for the closed circuit pylon air race, the Model Z was lightweight with a huge engine. 69 more words

Aircraft Display -- Static Or Within A Museum