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Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) aircraft picture

Turning away from the crowd.this is certainly the best display I& ever seen and no other plane will ever change that! - Photo taken at Johannesburg - Rand (Germiston) (QRA & FAGM) in South Africa on May

Maybe something as straightforward as the focus being on a plane. With maybe mountains silhouetted in the background to add something to it.

Stephen Fuller design for large permanent road signs to Napier (Art Deco capital of New Zealand). His various designs were also sold as posters and postcards during the annual Art Deco Festival week.

Seriously, the scent of kerosine. Not literally that I'd love to have parfume from it :P, but the scent of it at the airport atmosphere, and feeling of freedom and going somewhere, yea - why not. (But I really dont mind all of those other turists there ;) ) In picture = DC 3

DC 3 - I may not put any other passenger or cargo planes up, but the is a marvel of versatility and longevity! Nothing fancy but simple, solid, beautiful design.

The C-47 Skytrain was a paratroop plane used during world war 2 then was later turned into a cargo plane in the early 1950's.

"Second Chance" is an original WWII Transferred to the RAF prior to D-Day our saw action in both the Overlord Operation and Market Garden.

Douglas AC-47 - Known as the Dakota, Gooney Bird, DC-3, C-47 Skytrain, and Puff the Magic Dragon.

Douglas - Known as the Dakota, Gooney Bird, Skytrain, and Puff the Magic Dragon.

Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3) In D-Day Invasoin Stripes

Douglas Skytrain In D-Day Invasoin Stripes. Dependable and sturdy, the transport had a long post-war career as both cargo and passenger plane. It even saw duty as a gun ship in the Vietnam war.