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|Float Plane north Elliot Lake CA||09/04/2006||238|
|Float Planes parked at McGrath Airport, Alaska||11/28/2007||568|
|Float planes docked in Vancouver, BC|
Structure next is the Convention Centre with two criuse ships tied up.
Zoom to the left to see the Lions Gate Bridge.
Piles of yellow stuff are sulpher.
Head south a bit and you will see log booms in the river.
|Two Float Planes at Watson Lake||09/06/2006||254|
|This specially designed yacht carrier is semi-submersible in order to maintain the unique float-on/float-off loading method. The yacht delivery carrier will have a length of 209 meter (685.7 ft) and a beam of 32.2 meter (106 ft). The yachts can be safely accommodated between the spray covers in the dock bay, which measures a deck space of 165 meter (541 ft) in length and 31 meter (102 ft) in wi...||07/18/2010||375|
|This plane doesn't look like it's taking off (no shadow), nor does it look like it's taxiing (no place to taxi to..its a deadend). But the plane is facing NW, in the opposite direction the arrows are facing (SE). What IS this plane doing?||02/11/2007||590|
|These Dutch houses are designed to float. If the rivers and canals flood they rise with the tidewater.||03/03/2007||520|
|A plane landing at Keahole airport, Hawaii. I'm pretty sure this plane is landing because it has already developed the blue "ghost" effect, which comes when an object is traveling very fast. If the plane were taking off, the blue effect wouldn't be there yet, because the plane couldn't accelerate in such a short distance from the end of the runway.||10/17/2006||626|
|This plane has a VERY large ghost directly underneath it. Also, the plane looks very low to the water surface.||05/06/2007||2,093|
|Just over 1/2 mile of light aircraft on Fairfax apron. Just to the west are some birthed float planes.|
|The former Fisheries Research vessel, Sarsia, built in 1953, sank at her lay-up berth in the East Float, Birkenhead many years ago.||12/17/2009||765|
|By 1932, the German airline, Lufthansa, had sufficiently recovered from the economic woes of the 1920ís to put in service a three-engine civil transport plane, the Junkers Ju 52/3m. Based on a short-lived single engine model, the Ju 52 first flew in April 1931 and quickly became the workhorse of both the airline and the reviving Luftwaffe, with a standard passenger-carrying load of 17. During t...||12/01/2009||575|
|A small plane about to takeoff from Liepaja East in Latvia. Come to think of it, it doesn't actually look like its taking off, the angle of the front of the plane is wrong. But anyways, a little plane in Latvia.||01/12/2007||475|