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Posted By IntegrityIS [Profile] [Gallery] Category Member Folders
Original Filesize 59.7 KB Original Dimensions 640 x 480
Date Posted 05-11-2006 12:56 AM Number Of Views 5817
Number Of Comments 1 Average Rating 5.00
Title Concorde SST
Description God I miss the plane! Only been able to see it 3 times in my life: Once was at EAA AirVenture quite a few years back, I saw the Concorde take off with flames trailing from it only minutes before crashing in 2000, and then after they were retired (these pictures). These were taken three years ago I believe at Technik Museum in Sinnsheim, Germany. The plane was still being put back together after the transport and was not open to the public. The following year, however, I was able to go inside this beauty, but forgot my camera...you can only imagine how ****ed I was!
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File Name P1000233.JPG File Size 61171 Bytes
File Date 2006:10:12 21:47:29 Camera Make Panasonic
Camera Model DMC-LC20 Date/Time 2003:08:16 23:54:25
Resolution 640 x 480 Flash Used Yes (Manual)
Focal Length 5.4mm (35mm Equivalent: 35mm) Exposure Time 0.0028 s (1/362)
Aperture f/8.0 ISO Equivalent 100
White Balance Auto Light Source Flash
Metering Mode Center Weight Exposure Program (Auto)

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Concorde SST

I know what you mean. I used to see these magnificent aircraft fly overhead every day when I was a kid, my school was about 30 miles from Heathrow, under one of the main outbound flight paths. It's still hard to believe they were designed in the late 60's and early 70's. A classic case of being too far ahead of their times. If they had come along a little later, and had the benefit of the much advanced engine technology, they wouldn't have had the noise issues that essentially killed the more profitable US routes, and hence relegated them to a rich mans London / Paris / New York toy.

-- hugh


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