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Burnelli CBY-3 'Loadmaster'
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The Burnelli CBY-3 'Loadmaster' was an innovative transport aircraft designed by Vincent Burnelli during World War Two. After languishing for years as a hulk, it is being restored by the New England Air Museum.
Copyright: John Wood
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19692x9846
Uploaded: 27/06/2014
Updated: 09/08/2014
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  • Larry Pope 5 months ago
    Awesome work guys! Thanks for posting all the updates during restoration. That's quite the structural strength in the roof of the airfoil body. With those plates riveted to the cross members, it almost looks like a honeycomb pattern.
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