As I mentioned in yesterday's post, the second floor allows for multiple viewpoints over the collection at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
If you look closely below, you'll see one of the Museum's workers on his ladder working on cleaning one of the planes. We'll pick up with this tomorrow to conclude the series.
nice viewpoint. interesting series of post, I specially liked the space part.ReplyDelete
I love the architecture. Clever done, so much free space.ReplyDelete
They sure have packed them in.ReplyDelete
Very nice view ...ReplyDelete
I love all the planes!
That must be a great place to visit for small boys, and big ones too.ReplyDelete
Uma maravilha este museu.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Must be very interesting to see !!ReplyDelete
Great pictures. The prop planes are charming and scary at the same time.ReplyDelete
They have really utilized every inch of space in the hangar!ReplyDelete
The collection they show is impressive!ReplyDelete
...the biplanes are always of interest.ReplyDelete
You've done a wonderful job in showing us around, thanks!ReplyDelete
Hello, it is a neat view of all the planes. Enjoy your day and week ahead.ReplyDelete
what a cool collection, thanks for sharing. i'm always a fan of all things planes. owe that to my Dad. ( ;ReplyDelete
Nice overview of a fine museum. :-)ReplyDelete
Fantastic to see the layout now. Great structural building to give so much space to the displayed planes. And that someone is maintaining the displays is also interesting...I can imagine those wingspans get pretty dusty over time...so they must have a great system for cleaning regularly, but not climbing out on the wings with a feather duster! Vacuum system comes to mind.ReplyDelete
These pics really give you an idea of the scale of the place!ReplyDelete
Wake up every day of your life and polish planes.ReplyDelete
@Klara: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Iris: it is all well laid out.
@Joan: and yet they have plenty of space for the paths and for cleaners to get around the aircraft.
@Ella: so do I.
@Rosemary: and girls!
@Gattina: it is, yes.
@Maywyn: they're formidable planes.
@Janis: and done so in the right way.
@Marleen: I agree.
@Jan: you're welcome.
@Beth: you're welcome.
@DJan: that it is.
@Barbara: I saw another cleaner, and I suspect that some of the tools they use are customized for reach. I also think that they might make use of hydraulic lifts from time to time in addition to ladders.
@RedPat: they do!
@Anvilcloud: quite a job.
They have a lot of planes packed into that space.ReplyDelete
Such a good view from up there, can see quite clearly how much there is to see on the floor!ReplyDelete
Love the bird’s eye views.ReplyDelete
The staircase in the background is magnificent!ReplyDelete
Great views, great pictures.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
That's a great view, well done, William.ReplyDelete
That place is massive. Great shots. Tweeted.ReplyDelete
I can't imagine how difficult it must be to keep those aircraft cleaned and don't imagine it's done too often. More great aircraft as in the previous posts, William.ReplyDelete
@Sharon: they certainly do.ReplyDelete
@Grace: it was a good idea to add this in as part of the architecture.
@Marie: I do as well.
@Sandi: yes, it's a good touch.
@Jan: thank you.
@Mari: thank you.
@Beatrice: I imagine there's a set schedule for each plane, but I also think the cleaning staff have a full time schedule, so one might often see a plane being seen to during a visit.
Boy, those places are big! You really notice it when you look at the people and they look like little ants.ReplyDelete
I like your overview as it shows that they have a lot jammed into the building.ReplyDelete
When staying in Vancouver last fall, sea planes took off and landed in view of our hotel room.Fun to watch.ReplyDelete
The second floor makes it clear what a vast collection resides there. It's very impressive!ReplyDelete
William - the thought of the fellow on the ladder cleaning the airplanes … I will NEVER complain about cleaning my house again!ReplyDelete
What an amazing museum, thanks for sharing your photos:)ReplyDelete
Impressive space ;)ReplyDelete
@Jeanie: it's a huge space.ReplyDelete
@Red: but quite well spacious to walk through.
@Janey: periodically I've seen sea planes like that.
@Kay: that it is.
@Angie: quite a job.
@Rosie: you're welcome.
@Klara: that it is.