Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2012/01/29

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: From the 1930s
From: gwpics at (Gerry Walden)
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 07:40:48 +0000
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I have a feeling that you will like this web site I once spent couple of days flying in their 
DC-6 from Southampton (UK) to Le Havre (France) whilst it was loaded with 
cattle being exported. I am pleased to report that the cattle settled very 
quickly into the flight.


Gerry Walden LRPS
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On 30 Jan 2012, at 07:14, Peter Klein wrote:

> Jim: I'm really enjoying your historic airplanes, even though I don't know 
> much about them.  The sepia really works on that one.  And you still look 
> dashing in a bomber jacket.  (You should have had a screw-mount Leica 
> around your neck and then you could have passed it off as an historic 
> photo!)  :-)
> Question:  I once flew on a plane that looked very much like that DC-3.  I 
> was about 9 years old, and it was the spring of 1963. My parents and I 
> flew nonstop from Boston to Washington, DC.  Would you hazard a guess as 
> to what model airplane I flew on?
> --Peter

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