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    Classic US and UK Collector 1940s-85 Supreme Hangar Mechanic RStretton's Avatar
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    Book Review: Airline Markings

    This month rather than a classic magazine I take a quick look at a classic book series from the early 90s. I would expect most aviation enthusiasts over 30 have at least one volume from this series in their collection:

    https://www.yesterdaysairlines.com/m...rline-markings

    And of course one volume was authored by none other than our own Adrian :D

    Airlife's Airline Markings Series by rstretton, on Flickr
    Visit my site Yesterday's Airlines at http://yesterdaysairlines.weebly.com/about.html


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    Fellow Aviation Collector. Pro Collector Cpt.Canuck's Avatar
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    I had quite a few of these sadly they where damaged when I moved. Never got around to replace them, great books.



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    Relief Pilot Supreme Hangar Mechanic Juneau_Flyer's Avatar
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    I never knew these existed. I'm going to have to track one down, looks like a great little series of books.

    Thanks for sharing

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