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    Originally posted by RAB View Post
    I think the aeroplane. But horse lovers are welcome to join in.
    Don't know about the plane but the horses are Welsh Cobs crossed with Glydesdale's..................prove me wrong :diablo:

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      Not bad for Christmas Day!

      Originally posted by Deskpilot View Post
      Glydesdale's..................prove me wrong :diablo:
      The Glydesdale - obviously the unpowered, slope soaring cousin of the Clydesdale!

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        Beats me on the horses, but the aeroplane is the Hamilton H 47; the picture was taken at Pembina, N.D., in the winter of 1936 and is a Northwest Airlines machine. Registration is NC something; the posted picture was "adjusted" somewhat. Chris is up next.

        Merry Christmas to everyone.

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          Merry Christmas a easy one

          Chris
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            Originally posted by avion ancien View Post
            The Glydesdale - obviously the unpowered, slope soaring cousin of the Clydesdale!
            Damn spell checker got to the festive spirit.

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              You have to keep the spell checkers away from the Christmas cheer. By the way, the last post was the Curtis XP-10 I believe'
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                Right on over to you

                Chris

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                  Try this.
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                    Jona J.6.

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                      That's the one. Carry on.

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                        Here is a nice twin.
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                          Hi Kevin!
                          hope you got through the Xmas period all right.

                          Your beauty is the Southern Aircraft BM-11 Southernaire. I understand it used the wings, engines+props (Franklins), landing gear of the G-44 Widgeon.
                          One of the many victims of the immediate post-war era.

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                            Spot on Walter. Yes, 'tis a shame it didn't see a nice production run.

                            The board is yours.

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                              An easy one.
                              It survived

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                                sorry, takes too long without photo
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                                  IVN

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                                    Correct John!
                                    Your turn, please

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                                      Invoking this rule from the first post:

                                      "Open house" automatically takes effect if the one with the right to post the next picture fails to do so 48 hours after confirmation by the previous poster."



                                      Next up, a light twin-
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                                        'Tis the Rich Twin 1-X-A, I think.

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                                          Yeppers on the Rich. Over to wilko-

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