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Posted by on Apr 13, 2008 in Blog, Looking Back, Photography, Places | 1 comment

Best of the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

I wanted to put together a collection of some of my favorite shots from the RhineBeck Aerodrome. These WWI Biplanes have been taking to the skies for 49 years at the NY94 Airstrip. The Aerodrome opens on Fathers Day weekend this year, and if you are planning a trip to the Hudson Valley NY area, make sure you stop in and see these classic flying machines, and the people who keep them flying.

All of the images below will open a larger version when clicked… enjoy!

Fokker DRI Low Pass
Coughlin Fleet Curtiss JN-4H Jenny
Fokker D.VII Tiger Moth

Curtiss Wright Jr. Visiting Pitts Special
New Standard D-25 Nieuport 24 bis
Airfield Aerial View New Standard Pilot
Spad VII CLoseup New Standard Pilot
Fokker Dr.I Spad VII Treeline
Hanriot Albatross D.Va Treeline
Spad VII Treeline Fokker Dr.I Taxi
Spad VII and Fokker Dr.I Dogfight Spad VII and Fokker Dr.I Dogfight
Spad VII and Fokker Dr.I Dogfight Fokker Dr.I Treeline
Fokker Dr.I Banking Great Lakes T2
Albatross D.Va low pass Fokker Dr.I and Black Baron
Nieuport 11 Curtiss D Pusher
Black Baron of Rhinebeck Great Lakes 2T-1R

1 Comment

  1. Great shots! I sent this to the Old Rhinebeck Board of Trustees.

    Can you send your mailing address?

    Don Fleming ORA BOT
    (860) 354-6722

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