Saturday, October 31, 2009

ORD/Pinnow photos






Hello everyone! As promised, here are some of the latest photos I picked up from Steve Pinnow at last weekend's ORD Show. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Post ORD Show


Hello everyone, Within the next few days I'll be posting some photos acquired at the recent ORD Show, along with a follow up on the show itself...stay tuned!

Friday, October 23, 2009

New photos Part Two




Hello! Here are a few more photos from Dave DeBace for us to enjoy! The photos in order of appearance are DC-3 ONA Flight 468 being loaded, MKE's General Mitchell Airport and Green Bay (GRB) with a full tarmac! Simply click on each photo for better viewing/enlargement.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

New photos






Hello everyone! I was just forwaded these wonderful shots from Dave DeBace for our viewing pleasure. This is the first of two postings. Thanks Dave!

Photos shown, from top to bottom, are DC-3's in MKE, a Convair 340, the Clintonville hangar, '728' in MKE and '301' on the old MSP Ramp.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

ONA...today





Hello everyone, I'd forgotten that I had these photos of ONA (Winona, Minnesota) Airport on a prior camera. ONA was once a North Central 'stop' prior to flights continuing onto LSE (La Crosse, Wisconsin) or MSP. Of interest here is the lone Beech 18 (looks like a Lockheed 10A, huh?) on the field. Thanks to Dave DeBace for identifying for me. If I'm correct, the aircraft is used/owned by Winona University's Aviation Program. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Nice shot


Hello everyone, I was recently sent this wonderful photo from my friend Arron, dated 1960, at Detroit. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Chicago Show


Hello everyone! I apologize for not getting another post out sooner...busy here! (A good thing). Alas, I wanted to remind our viewers of the upcoming Chicagoland Airline Collectibles Show (ORD Show) on Saturday, October 24th. I've attached the flyer for all to see. I'll be there so please come up and introduce yourself!! Take care. :)
Simply click on the flyer for larger/better viewing