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New England Air Museum Restoration Shop
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The New England Air Museum, just west of Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, houses many historic aircraft in superb condition.  Thousands of hours of skilled labor are contributed by volunteers to restore the aircraft collection.  The photographer is standing on a Douglas A-26C 'Invader', now completed, and in the museum display area.

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