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Our first sightseeing destination in Nova Scotia was the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum close to Halifax Airport.

On display at the entrance of the museum is this smaller one passenger version of the Lincoln Biplane. It was designed in the 1930s, but it is a true time-tested design. It has a length of 16 feet and a wingspan of only 20 feet, with a 35 h.p. engine it has a top speed of 100 mph. This example came out of an attic in Truro. It was partly built by Mr. Charles X. Craig who bought the hardware and plans for $25.00 and supplied the wood himself. Sadly he died before he was able to finish it, but members of the Museum worked on it to its current finished display condition.

The workshop contains photos of the complete plane and of the information plaque about it.


Ev Yapımı Kokpit

Nova Scotia'daki ilk gezi yerimiz Halifax Havaalanı'na yakın Atlantik Kanada Havacılık Müzesi oldu.

Müzenin girişinde sergilenen bu Lincoln Çift Kanatlı Uçağın daha küçük bir yolculuk versiyonudur. 1930'lu yıllarda tasarlanmıştı, ancak gerçekten zamana dayanmış bir tasarımdı. Uzunluğu 16 ayak, kanat genişliği sadece 20 ayak ve 35 beyfir güçlü motorla saatte 100 mil hıza ulaşıyor. Bu örnek Truro'da bir tavan arasına girdi. Kısmen, donanımı ve planları 25.00 $’a satın alan ve ahşabı kendisi tedarik eden Bay Charles X Craig tarafından yapıldı. Maalesef bitirmeden önce vefat etmişti, ancak Müze üyeleri üzerinde mevcut bitmiş sergi haline kadar çalıştı.


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Date Taken: 2017-07-09 13:20
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