The New England Air Museum is a lot like a car show. Shiny machines packed so close they are almost touching. Another twist is the poor lighting. But again, like a car show the small details make great photographs. In this case it was the colorful painted Insignia’s and logos’.
The two above were from very small single propeller planes that carried a bomb or torpedo in WW II. The Coastal Air Patrol flew along the US shores in search of submarines.
Northwest Airlines, known as a passenger airline, was also one of the early airmail carriers.
The final two images are from small airmail carriers that provided short hop services. Both were single propeller planes.
Between these small planes and the B-29 nose art visiting the Air Museum provided a large number of enjoyable photographs.