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Se-5s and Nieuport 28 in Rickenbacker colors from the Great War Flying Museum, Canada


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ian mcdonell
Great photo thanks Seth
James Driskell
Where's Snoopy?
serge LOTH
Photo exceptionnelle!! bravo SETH . Where is it OTTAWA?????????
Ron Carver
What year? Do you mean WW1 as in 1914-1918?
Andrew Hunn
Fabulous! I had - for no particular reason - a huge collection of Airfix model biplanes as a kid, all suspended from my bedroom ceiling.
jesse kyzer
Awesome ! ! ! !
Nice picture. These WW1 aircraft are full scale replicas flying out of the Brampton airport NW of Toronto. The plane in the foreground is set up with the colours as flown by James McCudden, VC while serving with No. 56 Sqn. RFC. The second S.E.5a is set with the colours of the plane flown by William Avery Bishop, VC. The Nieuport 28 “Hat in the Ring” colours represent the serial 6159 as flown by Eddie Rickenbacker. There are a couple more aircraft at this museum, a Fokker D.VII, a Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter and a Fokker Dr.I.
Benjamin Taub
These are beautiful but are they full scale? The pilot in the SE5 seems big in comparison to the size of the plane.
Paul Nothnagle
We used to see these regularly at Geneseo.
David Onnen
Great photo!Thanks!
marylou anderson
Awesome pic!
Donn Avers
Thank you.
Yes, it sounds like C-FQGM may be 7/8 scale?


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