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Bruce Burrows

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CF100 cockpit

The CF100 , this one at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton , Ontario
was the main fighter of the RCAF during the 50's and early 60's .
It was an all weather fighter/intercepter with light bomb capability .
I found the cockpit a bit small for my 6 foot height .

Nikon D70s , 18-70mm Nikor lens , flash

Comments 2

  • Armin Leitner (2) 10/09/2006 4:13

    Beautiful presentation of sophisticated techniques...
    reminds me of the "fenetre d'un chocolatier" in Munich.
    Best regards, take care ! Armin
  • Pascal Viyer 10/08/2006 20:22

    This reminds me exactly of my pilot's licence. Instrumentation was comparatively poor but realism was, feelings with very there. Since I landed. And you ?
    Thanks a lot, my friend, to have made stopover on my portfolio. In more.
    Sorry for my English.