Douglas A26 Invader

No Thumbnail
Douglas A26 Invader (Birds Eye)
No Thumbnail
Google Maps Google Maps Birds Eye Birds Eye Yahoo Maps Yahoo Maps
View in Google Earth
By kjfitz @ 2009-04-16 11:16:02
The museum’s example was donated by Conair Aviation of Abottsford British Columbia. Conair is a world leader inaerial fire fighting technology. This particular aircraft is an A-26 B and the faired over gun ports can be seen in the nose. Upon its retirement as a water bomber, it was donated to the museum. It was decided to keep the airplane in its fire fighting configuration. This is in recognition of the yeoman work done by the airplane in this province. This is the only water bomber conversion preserved in a museum today. -- grounded
Views by date
Rate as 1Rate as 2Rate as 3Rate as 4Rate as 5Rate as 6Rate as 7Rate as 8Rate as 9Rate as 10Unrated



Please log in if you don't want to post anonymously (anonymous users cannot post links)

Please enable images and enter code to post
Nearby maps
British Columbia Aviation Museum
Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount Model 757
Douglas DC-3
Sikorsky S-55
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Stock Car
1953 Chevy
'Bouquet of Memories' by Illarion Gallant
Sikorsky S-61N Shortsky
Volvo P1800
Similar maps
A-10 and helos in the woods
A-7D Corsair II
A-10 Thunderbolt - Desert Storm Memorial
A-7 Corsair II at the entrance to Alameda Naval Air Station
A-26 Invader on Route 66
A-6 Intruder on static display
A-10 and A-7 at Myrtle Beach Airport
A-4 Skyhawk at National Vietnam War Museum
A-4B Skyhawk and M-60 Tank
A-4 Skyhawk at the side entrance to Alameda Naval Air Station
A-4 Skyhawk at Encinal High School
A-7 Corsair II on static display