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|PBY Catalina was the United States Navy designation for an American and Canadian-built flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s. PB stands for Patrol Bomber, with Y being Consolidated Aircraft’s manufacturer identification. It could be equipped with depth charges, bombs, torpedoes, and .50 caliber machine guns and was one of the most widely used multi-role aircraft of World War II. Catalinas served w...||09/28/2007||509|
|The Catalina Express heading out from Long Beach harbor to Catalina Island.||07/30/2008||365|
|The Trans-Catalina Trail stretches 37.2 miles across California's Santa Catalina Island. The trail connects, Avalon, the island's only city with the village of Two Harbors on the island's isthmus. The trail takes a course across Catalina's rugged interior. Hikers experience a unique climate and can see animals that are rare, if not extinct, in other places. This KML traces the TCT's path, place...||08/26/2010||427|
|Small airplane taxiing to take off from the airport on Catalina Island.||02/04/2009||336|
|The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.||04/25/2006||978|
|The aircraft was bought from the US Navy by Thomas W Kendall, a retired businessman who converted it to a luxury flying yacht.|
In the spring of 1960 Mr Kendall took a pleasure trip around the world with his wife and children together with his secretary and her son. A photographer joined the group to cover part of the trip for life magazine.
On the 22nd March 1960 t...
|The "wreck" appears to be a mapping glitch, but it's kind of funny to look at.||08/05/2005||959|
|Helicopter Wreck on roof at airport Frankfurt/Main, Germany|
Have also a look at the Planes, you can read the names of the airlines!
|The wreck of the SS Falcon. There's not much left of the iron structure but you can see it at low tide.||10/10/2010||963|
|Type: Canadian Vickers PBV-1A Canso A (28)|
Originally built as Canso for Royal Canadian Air Force as RCAF11005. By civilian owners changed registrations CF-NJB in Canada, F-ZBAY and F-ZBBD in France, C-FNJF back in Canada and since 2002 registred by Catalina Aircraft Ltd, Duxford as G-PBYA. Presently flies in marking of Vickers OA...
|This is one of the latest original Catalinas that was flying in the wolrd. Now is waintig for somebody to restaurate it.||06/11/2007||507|
|Ship wreck at the island of Gaferut (Micronesia)||09/09/2006||1,297|