The museum was kind enough to include my photo of their Sea King in their museum guide.
Thanks, that's what I'll do.
Eight Laird LC-B-200's were built, only two survive.
This Cranwell CL-A4 is the oldest aircraft built in Edmonton that is still in existence.
A 7/8 scale replica of the first amphibious plane flown in Canada. No original Vikings survive today.
A replica of the aircraft that made the first controlled flight in Canada at Baddeck Bay on Feb. 23, 1909.
Only 11 were built & 7 were sold in Canada. Three survive & can only be viewed at three air museums in Alberta. The Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin & Aero Space Museum, Calgary.
The 2nd prototype of its kind built, an aircraft that provided invaluable research data & strongly influenced future VTOL design.
Stay left centre the entire length of this closing hole.
No heroics needed here, just find the green off the tee.