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Liberty Aviation Museum, Ford Tri-Motor Restoration 2
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The Liberty Aviation Museum is on the grounds of the Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport, formerly known as Peninsular Airport, back in the days when Ford Tri-Motors were used to ferry passengers to the Lake Erie Islands. The Tri-Motor Heritage Foundation has raised funds to restore a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor. Many thanks to Doug for permitting me to take this fuselage shot.  To see a vintage Tri-Motor at the Ford Museum, go here:

http://www.360cities.net/image/ford-trimotor-henry-ford-museum-usa#0.00,0.00,70.0

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Uploadet: 10/11/2012
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