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             Photo ID: 3648
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Buffalo Airways
Douglas C-54G Skymaster
Yellowknife (YZF / CYZF), Canada
2010-07-26
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Photographer
C-GBNV (cn 35988) Last summer she was derelict and missing many parts at Hay River, but airworthy again as of August 2009!! Great!!! Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 3006
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Buffalo Airways
Douglas C-54E Skymaster
Hay River (YHY / CYHY), Canada
2009-07-17
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Photographer
C-GCTF / 58 (cn 27281) Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 3005
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Buffalo Airways
Douglas C-54G Skymaster
Hay River (YHY / CYHY), Canada
2009-07-17
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Photographer
C-FBAP / 15 (cn 36089) Ol Ruth Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 3004
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Buffalo Airways
Douglas C-54A-DC
Hay River (YHY / CYHY), Canada
2009-07-17
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Photographer
C-FBAJ / 02 (cn 3088) Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 3003
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Buffalo Airways
Douglas C-54G Skymaster
Yellowknife (YZF / CYZF), Canada
2009-07-16
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Photographer
C-FIQM / 57 (cn 36088/482) Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 1519
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Brooks Fuel
Douglas C-54D Skymaster (DC-4)
Fairbanks - International (FAI / PAFA), USA - Alaska
2007-08-17
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Photographer
N3054V (cn 10547) An early morning departure to Nixon Fork mine. Teemu Tuuri

             Photo ID: 1087
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Airline & Aircraft
Location & Date
Swiss Air Lines
Douglas DC-4
Zurich (- Kloten) (ZRH / LSZH), Switzerland
1997-05-16
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ZU-ILI (cn 42984) After the afternoon rush-hour, the whole airport became silent, but for a distant APU. All of the sudden, the silence is broken by the sound of multiple piston-engines. KR64 original. Mika B Virolainen

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