Warbirds and Airshows
By David D Jackson

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Warbird and Aviation Museums of the Pacific Northwest
The Museum of Flight - Seattle, WA
May 25, 2012



The Museum of Flight appears to be the most famous and well known of the aviation museums in the Pacific Northwest due no doubt to its large collection and being located in the largest city in the area.  There are several different areas to visit in the museum and during the limited time I had at the Museum I was just able barely cover each one.  Many of the aircraft I did not have time to look at and time for photos was limited.


This main display area in the Museum.


Of all the aircraft inside the Museum the Caproni Ca 20 is the one I singled out for photos due to its rarity.  I apologize for the flash reflection in the center of the photo but due to the lack of light in the WWI area this was a necessary evil to capture the information.



This B-29 is awaiting for an inside location for the protective covering to come off.


This Concorde made the last commercial flight of the type in its trip to Seattle.

 
This very nicely restored Grumman F-14 is along the vehicle entrance to the Museum.

Photos of the all of outside aircraft at the Museum can be found at my:  Washington Gateguard Page

Arlington Naval Air Museum   Boeing Future of Flight Center   Canadian Museum of Flight   Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum   Flying Heritage Museum   Fort Lewis Museum   Historic Flight Museum  Heritage Flight Museum   McChord AFB Museum   Museum of Flight   Museum of Flight Restoration Center   Tillamook Air Museum
 

 


 
Home  Indiana Museums    Indiana Tanks on Outside Display   The Beginning    Revisions   First Flight of P-38F Glacier Girl  
USS Theodore Roosevelt    WWII Aircraft Manufacturing Sites    Gateguards
 2007 Airshows   2008 Airshows  22009 Airshows   2010 Airshows    2011 Airshows    2012 Airshows   2013 Airshows   2014 Airshows    2015 Airshows  2016 Airshows  
Aviation Museums of the Pacific Northwest
   Display Helicopter Locations   CAL FIRE   PV-2 Harpoon Photos     F6F Hellcat Photos
   Warbird Sightings   WWII US Air-Air Victories   Guest Photos    Indiana Warbirds   Featured Photos  Other Items   Links

Historic Sites   Historic Forts   Historic Texas Independence Sites   Pre-Historic Sites   Historic Manhattan Project Sites   GM Heritage Center


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