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October 24, 2009
Pictured above is a scene right out of the past... A Hamilton loading up for a working flight. The only one of these rare birds was restored back in the 1970's and has been stashed away in a hangar up in the North. Max Haynes has put together a stunning photo essay of the one of a kind Hamilton Metalplane. Take a few minutes to travel back to another time...
Hamilton Metalplane by MaxAir2Air.
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