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.
You made me smile. Or rather chuckle.ReplyDelete
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.
Thanks for the series, it's a big Museum.ReplyDelete
Quite a remarkable structure.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing all information!
It was a wonderful series ... Thank you!ReplyDelete
Very enjoyable series, Thank youReplyDelete
Your photos show the amazing scale of the museum really well.
Um museu que eu gostava de visitar.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
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.ReplyDelete
Thank you for these detailed posts.ReplyDelete
I love that last view as you were departing. How long do you think you actually spent in the museum?ReplyDelete
...where are we flying off to next?ReplyDelete
Yes! Good pun.Delete
The Hall of Honour is a great idea.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tour...as I will probably never go there in person! It's quite extensive and you covered it well!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for your detailed and interesting tour. :-)ReplyDelete
'til next time museum, be well, love that emblem on the front, by the flag ... so fancy. ( ;ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed it! What a job they had to do to get everything into the building!ReplyDelete
Since I enjoy aircraft , I liked this series. It brought back some very good memories.ReplyDelete
@Iris: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Sami: it is indeed.
@Italiafinlandia: you're welcome.
@Ella: I enjoyed showing it.
@Maywyn: thank you.
@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.
It was a nice visit.ReplyDelete
Gosh I love this early aviation! Much of my Instagram feed has such fare. Thank you WilliamReplyDelete
A very interesting series, William !ReplyDelete
An interesting museum to visit.ReplyDelete
A wonderful tour and photo series, William. You were a great tour guide, Thank you!ReplyDelete
Great series of photos !ReplyDelete
@Sharon: I enjoyed showing it.ReplyDelete
@Cloudia: you're welcome!
@Karl: thank you!
@Marleen: that it was.
@Bill: you're welcome.
Man, my dad would have loved this!ReplyDelete
Great overview shots of the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum ~ReplyDelete
Happy Days to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Yes, I enjoyed this series, William. Hope that the snow seen in the last photo is all gone by now.ReplyDelete
This has been great. Thank you. There's almost too much to take in in one visit.ReplyDelete
I have enjoyed this series so much William, you have inspired me to visit our aviation museum ✨ReplyDelete
Great series, William.ReplyDelete
You got some wonderful images in this series, William.ReplyDelete
It's been a wonderful series from the Canada Aviation And Space Museum, many thanks William.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Eve: my parents did visit this one.ReplyDelete
@Carol: thank you.
@Beatrice: of course.
@Kay: you're welcome.
@Grace: thank you.
@Jeanie: I did.
@Jan: you're welcome.