Doug Robertson's Photo Gallery

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N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in period livery of United Airlines, two P&W R-1820-92s 1,200 Hp each. Clay has over 50,000 PIC hours. That's over 5.7 YEARS in flight!
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Air Lines back in the day, two P&W R-1820-92s 1,200 Hp each
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines, two P&W R-1820-92 radials 1,200 Hp each
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines, two P&W R-1820-92 radials 1,200 Hp each.
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines, two P&W R-1820-92 radials 1,200 Hp each
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines 'Mainliner O'Connor', two P&W R-1830-92 14 cylinder radials 1,200 Hp each. Clay has over 50,000 hours PIC flight time
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines 'Mainliner O'Connor', two P&W R-1830-92 14 cylinder radials 1,200 Hp each
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of United Airlines 'Mainliner O'Connor', two P&W R-1830-92 14 cylinder radials 1,200 Hp each
N814CL photo, click to enlarge
Clay Lacy's 1945 Douglas DC-3C in livery of DC-3 'Mainliner O'Connor' of United Air Lines, two P&W R-1830s. The DC-3C was a postwar civil conversion of the wartime C-47 which had more powerful engines & stronger structure. Clay has over 50,000 flt hours
N1934D photo, click to enlarge
1935 Douglas DC-2 SKYLINER in TWA livery as NC13711, two Wright Cyclone 9 R-1820G2-3&5 760 Hp each, reputed to be the ONLY DC-2 still flying, taxi after landing Rwy 26
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1935 Douglas DC-2 SKYLINER in TWA livery, two Wright Cyclone 9 R-1820G2-3&5 760 Hp each
N1934D photo, click to enlarge
1935 Douglas DC-2 SKYLINER in TWA livery, two Wright Cyclone 9 R-1820G2-3&5 760 Hp each