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Gas storage tanks Featured Print

Gas storage tanks

Gas storage tanks. Supporting structures of three gas storage tanks and two electricity pylons and power lines silhouetted against a setting sun. These large cylindrical tanks are sometimes called gasholders or gasometers. The actual storage tanks (not seen) are telescopic, and their height above ground varies with the amount of gas in them. The gas level here is low, and only the framework that supports the full tanks is seen. The gas stored is obtained from natural gas, and used as a household and industrial fuel. The pylons carry power lines that distribute electricity. Gas and electricity are the main sources of household energy


Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP Featured Print

Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP

Douglas B-26B Invader N202PP (msn 27847, ex 44-34568), of Purolator Products. 1945: Built as a Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader for the United States Army Air Force, re-designated B-26B in 1948, to storage in 1950. 1955: Delivered to l'Armee de l'Air as 44-34568. Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIU. 16 November 1955: Returned to USAF. 1959-1963: N202PP - Purolator Products, New York, NY, . June 1965: Trans Atlantic Airlines, Frankfurt, West Germany. August 1965: Impounded Karachi, Pakistan for gun-running. 1966-1969: J. P. O'Connor, Fort Lauderdale, FL, . 1970-2000: AP-AVV - M. Anwar Khan, Karachi, . 1981: Withdrawn from use at Karachi, put into open storage. 2004: Pakistan AF Museum, Faisal AB on display Date: circa 1961

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans A The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

United States Air Force - Fairchild C-123J 56-4396 Featured Print

United States Air Force - Fairchild C-123J 56-4396

United States Air Force - Fairchild C-123J 56-4396 (msn 20280), formerly of the Alaska Air National Guard, in storage at MASDC awaiting disposal. Built as a Fairchild C-123B-19-FA Provider and converted to C-123J standard with Fairchild J44 auxiliary turbojets in wing-tip pods. Arriving at MASDC on 23 March 1976 this aircraft was then allocated to the Republic of Korea Air Force under the Military Assistance Program in 1977. Date: 1976

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library