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North Cascades Vintage Fly-In, Ryan ST-A Special, Mears Field, Concrete, WA

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Two beautiful 30’s era vintage aircraft, a Ryan ST-A Special and a Waco INF, sit on the grass near the airstrip at Mears Field in Concrete, Washington. They are part of the Skagit Aero Education Museum vintage aircraft collection, located at Mears Field. It’s the Saturday of the 2012 North Cascades Vintage Fly-In, a casual day of fun for enthusiasts of vintage aircraft.

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