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N475DC  taking off from Chattanooga's Lovell Field
Planes and Choppers
No: 7779   Contributor: TheFireman   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Diamond   Country: USA
N475DC taking off from Chattanooga's Lovell Field

2008 Diamond Aircraft Ind. DA 20-C1 taking off from Chattanooga's Lovell Field. This A/C is owned by Truex A/C LLC in Peachtree City, Georgia USA
Picture added on 31 January 2009
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Hello TheFireman !

That is a neat little aeroplane, that you have snapped.

I didn't know that you "did" Flying Machines, too; I knew about the Trains.

Uh, are Ships, in your line, too ? [ I am a retired "Coastie" of some 28 years ]

Truly, you are a man of many talents - see you back, at The Fire-Engines.

Regards, from Canada,

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 01 February 2009.
Hi Pat,
If you are interested in ships why not have a look and contribute to our Ships and Harbours site? Same editors, same type of site, so very familiar :)
For even more sites by Marcel and Marcel, check the 'More about this site' page at the bottom menu of this page...

Added by Marcel Gommers on 02 February 2009.
Hello The Marcel(s):
Oh, I have, I have - but, a fellow could spend all day, studying the Contri's, and pounding away on the computor key-board.

It is great stuff, on all your 'Sites; and you have some super Contributors.

Keep up the good work.
Regards, from Canada,

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 02 February 2009.
Hi Pat, I'm just getting back into aircraft photgraphy. Haven't done much until lately. That is indeed a neat little areoplane. I am struck by it's sleek lines and smooth appearance.
If I am not having much luck at photographing fire apparatus or trains, I hang around the airport. No, I don't do ships, yet. I do however live near the Tennessee River and will shoot something if I find it. Thanks for the compliment!


Added by Thefireman on 06 February 2009.
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