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Date: 08/07/19 12:47
Warbonnet & Blue Angels
Author: jimB

Not quite as dramatic a JFArrFan's image of the day, but in this case with the train moving and the planes sitting.

Shortly after they arrived at Boeing Field a week ago, a Northbound grain train with BNSF 5006 and 728 with Blue Angel F/A18 6 parked, framed by former Trans Canada 1049G Constellation at the Museum of Flight.

I believe this qualifies as a train photo!

Jim B




Date: 08/07/19 18:40
Re: Warbonnet & Blue Angels
Author: DynamicBrake

Very nicely composed shot Jim.  Thanks for sharing.

Kent in CArmel Valley



Date: 08/07/19 19:01
Re: Warbonnet & Blue Angels
Author: bmarti7

DynamicBrake Wrote:
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> Very nicely composed shot Jim.  Thanks for
> sharing.
>
> Kent in CArmel Valley

including the unmistakable wing tip tank of a Connie Super G. Nice!
BB



Date: 08/08/19 12:26
Re: Warbonnet & Blue Angels
Author: ChiefNWP

Thanks for sharing.  Cool Picture.  Here is the opposite to your pic.....  The Blue Angles moving with the BNSF stationary in the background.  A Museum of Flight is world class, and having the BA’s there was even better.

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Date: 08/08/19 14:04
Re: Warbonnet & Blue Angels
Author: jimB

Good catch! Wish I could have been there for the practice runs or show, but this was mostly a family trip.

I agree - museum of flight is great.

Jim



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