Inthrustwetrust wrote:The museum, as most of you know, is just crammed with aircraft, and lots of really interesting airframes including Raptor 001, and Sam26000 (that you can walk through).
dont miss it if your in this part of the States, a full day is easily taken up inside, and its free to go in too
Jumbojet380 wrote:Wetting my appetite for when I visit the museum next month!
What focal length were you using for the photos? Will my 17-40 F4 L be wide enough to get full shots of the exhibits?
Inthrustwetrust wrote:If you come out of the presidential; / test frame hanger and back to the road. turn right and go under the railway bridge, take your first right and the road rises up and on the left theres a couple of old factories. The frames were behind these.
Inthrustwetrust wrote:Just checked Google Earth and the site (when the google earth pic was taken) looks to still have some parts of airframes still there. 37 25 19.1 N by 122 05 06W
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