Doug Robertson's Photo Gallery

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Aircraft and aiport photos are sorted separately. Airport photos always shown after aircraft photos.

N1168U photo, click to enlarge
N1168U 1958 Sikorsky S-58ET, P&W(C)PT6 Twin Pac Turboshaft 1,800 SHp upgrade. One of the older FireBombers at the SZP FireBase. At 59 years, probably older than its pilot crew.
N366K photo, click to enlarge
1957 Cessna 182A SKYLANE, Continental O-470-S 230 Hp, landing roll Rwy 04
N31482 photo, click to enlarge
Aviation Museum of Santa Paula, Hangar 5, The Donalson hangar, Dale's Aviat PITTS Special S2-A, N31482, chocked in front
N65124 photo, click to enlarge
Banner Tow sequence by N65124 Boeing Stearman, banner drop on 22L and fly away. Note towline. End of sequence photo.
N65124 photo, click to enlarge
N65124 Boeing Stearman A75N1 (PT17) with 450 Hp upgrade and square wingtips mod making steep climb after successful banner pickup from 22L. This photo 3 seconds later than prior photo.
N65124 photo, click to enlarge
1943 Boeing A75N1 (PT17), P&W R-985 Wasp jr. by Jacobs, 450 Hp upgrade, takeoff climb Rwy 04
N110AS photo, click to enlarge
A pair of WACO Classic YMF-F5Cs parked on the transient line on First Sunday Aviation Museum of Santa Paula Open House & Fly-In. N110AS & N196RB.
UNKNOWN photo, click to enlarge
James 'Seamus' McCaughley, Jr. Memorial Tribute Flight high over Rwy 22
N100DK photo, click to enlarge
Experimental BD-FLS MICROJET in-build, Quantum Turbine TJ100 jet engine 265 lb max rated thrust w/FADEC, expected Vne 250 kIAS, 2,750 fpm sea-level climb rate. More 2 come.
N300FT photo, click to enlarge
Two Helio H-295 SUPER COURIER STOL aircraft; one converted to HT-295 with tri-gear. N300FT is a 1971 H-295 and N5072K behind is a 1967 H-295 converted to HT-295. Unusual pair!
N300FT photo, click to enlarge
Two Helio H-295 SUPER COURIER STOL aircraft; one converted to HT-295 tri-gear. N300FT is a 1971 H-295, N5072K behind is a 1967 converted to HT-295. Unusual pair seen together.
UNKNOWN photo, click to enlarge
Takeoff climb Rwy 22