Old Kingsbury Aerodrome Fly In

May 8, 2004

These are some pictures that I took at the fly in, which was great for Flitzer inspiration. The official report on the fly in may be found at: Old Kingsbury Aerodrome
Original Thomas Morse SC-1 Scout - LeRhone rotary engine
Thomas Morse cockpit
New construction wings in storage
Salmson Canton-Unne 9AD, rated between 45-55 hp. It powered many successful single-place and two seaters in the 1920s, including the Lincoln Sport. Unfortunately, my picture isn't clear enough to make out the text.
SE-5a fuselage under construction
SE-5a tail details
Fokker D-VII replica
Data plate on Fokker D-VII
Another view of the Fokker D-VII
A second Fokker D-VII airframe under construction
Fokker D-VII structure
Fokker D-VII structure
Pietenpol Scout
1911 Bleriot replica
Ford Model T ambulance. One of several WWI period vehicles at the museum.
Homebuilt mock fighter. I don't know the name of it.
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny (Canuck) replica.
OX-5 engine of Curtiss JN-4 Jenny (Canuck) replica.
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny (Canuck) landing gear detail.
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny (Canuck) cockpit.
View of flight line.
Meyers OTW
Mock fighter taxis for take off.

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