Daniel L. Berek's Photo Gallery

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N657N photo, click to enlarge
This little biplane was the hottest machine on the ramp when it was built, in 1929.  Power came from a Wright J-6-7 radial of 225 hp.  Only 3 are still believed to be still flying.
N76F photo, click to enlarge
This beautifully restored and maintained Curtiss Robin calls the Eagle's Mere Air Museum home.
N418N photo, click to enlarge
Only eleven of these were built, of which this aircraft is the sole survivor. She is seen on display at the Eagle's Mere Air Museum, Laporte, PA.
N1047 photo, click to enlarge
This beautiful machine is on display at the Eagle's Mere Air Museum.
N956 photo, click to enlarge
This was the first of the Lincoln Sport kit biplanes, this one powered by a three-cylinder Anzani engine (similar to that used by Louis Bleriot). The aircraft was lovingly restored and is on display at the Eagle's Mere Air Museum.
N80518 photo, click to enlarge
Her smooth, shiny skin glistens in America's Hangar.
AS9392 photo, click to enlarge
The model XVI was a two-seat reconnaissance version of the venerable SPAD fighter. Though this was an undistinguished aircraft, the particular example is noteworthy as General Billy Mitchell piloted the machine at the end of WWI.
2170 photo, click to enlarge
Not only is this milestone aircraft extremely rare, but also it is the oldest surviving bomber in the world.
A9264 photo, click to enlarge
This aircraft was stationed aboard the U.S.S. Macon before that airship crashed. She was restored with fictitious serial no. A9056.