Thursday, April 11, 2019

Farewell To A Museum

Today we finish the series from the Canada Aviation And Space Museum with some final overview shots.


Last views include the RCAF Hall Of Honour.


And I conclude with a last exterior view of the main building at left and the storage hanger at right. I hope you have enjoyed this series.

33 comments:

  1. You made me smile. Or rather chuckle.
    I did enjoy this series. Also cause it reminds me of the aviation museum in Perth I visited in 2006. There were two elderly volunteers who saw how bored I was and took care of me :-)
    I still remember these men - they had some fascinating stories to tell! - and sadly this time they were not around (I just dropped hubby off there and went along with a friend).
    Thank you. It was interesting indeed and brought back sweet memories, too.

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  2. Thanks for the series, it's a big Museum.

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  3. Quite a remarkable structure.
    Thanks for sharing all information!

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  4. It was a wonderful series ... Thank you!

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  5. Very enjoyable series, Thank you
    Your photos show the amazing scale of the museum really well.

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  6. Yes I did enjoy the series but am not a detail person so I only skim your reports (hence my comments are often weak). I hope you don't mind.

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  7. Thank you for these detailed posts.

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  8. I love that last view as you were departing. How long do you think you actually spent in the museum?

    Janis
    GDP

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  9. ...where are we flying off to next?

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  10. The Hall of Honour is a great idea.

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  11. Thanks for the tour...as I will probably never go there in person! It's quite extensive and you covered it well!

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  12. I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for your detailed and interesting tour. :-)

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  13. 'til next time museum, be well, love that emblem on the front, by the flag ... so fancy. ( ;

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  14. I really enjoyed it! What a job they had to do to get everything into the building!

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  15. Since I enjoy aircraft , I liked this series. It brought back some very good memories.

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  16. @Iris: thank you!

    @Sami: it is indeed.

    @Italiafinlandia: you're welcome.

    @Ella: I enjoyed showing it.

    @Maywyn: thank you.

    @Francisco: thanks.

    @Joan: not at all.

    @Catarina: it was a pleasure to do so.

    @Janis: at least three hours, probably four.

    @Tom: someplace a bit more down to earth, literally!

    @Jennifer: I agree, it's a good pun.

    @Marie: it is, yes.

    @Barbara: it's a splendid museum.

    @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Beth: I like it too.

    @RedPat: yes, to move one of these around would require a lot of planning.

    @Red: it was a pleasure to present this series.

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  17. Gosh I love this early aviation! Much of my Instagram feed has such fare. Thank you William

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  18. A very interesting series, William !

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  19. An interesting museum to visit.

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  20. A wonderful tour and photo series, William. You were a great tour guide, Thank you!

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  21. Great series of photos !

    cheers, parsnip

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  22. @Sharon: I enjoyed showing it.

    @Cloudia: you're welcome!

    @Karl: thank you!

    @Marleen: that it was.

    @Bill: you're welcome.

    @Parsnip: thanks!

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  23. Great overview shots of the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum ~

    Happy Days to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  24. Yes, I enjoyed this series, William. Hope that the snow seen in the last photo is all gone by now.

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  25. This has been great. Thank you. There's almost too much to take in in one visit.

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  26. I have enjoyed this series so much William, you have inspired me to visit our aviation museum ✨

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  27. You got some wonderful images in this series, William.

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  28. It's been a wonderful series from the Canada Aviation And Space Museum, many thanks William.

    All the best Jan

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