While looking over a few posts of one of my favorite internet forums I spotted a post by Dave Homewood featuring pictures from his visit to The Vintage Aviator. The Vintage Aviator is a company in New Zealand that specializes in World War One aircraft. Take a few minutes to look through this collection of pictures!
Forum Post Link - http://rnzaf.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=Airshows&thread=15918&page=1
After looking through the photo tour of the collection be sure to follow the link below to The Vintage Aviator web site. This is one VERY nice web site. Still can't get enough picture of World War One aircraft? I highly recommend the book Ghosts - The Great War by Philip Makanna.
Links - The Vintage Aviator - Ghosts - The Great War (book)
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April 8, 2012
The Vintage Aviator - The Aircraft Collection
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