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Looking a bit weathered, the PBY-5A Super Cat—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
This is the heavily modified Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina version called the Super Cat—the description as well as other, including interior, photos can be seen here. It has been in repose outside the Wings Over Miami Air Museum for several years awaiting legal issues to be resolved. It is good to occasionally see her and walk around her in such intimate proximity, nonetheless.
The PBY-5A Super Cat (part of the modification is the vertical stabilizer of the PBY-6 and PBY-6A)—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
PBY-5A Super Cat has a much cleaner look with the bow turret faired over—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
Nose gear well of this PBY-5A Super Cat—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
Aft starboard aspect of the PBY-5A Super Cat—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
Stern view of the PBY-5A Super Cat’s single step of the hull as well as where the ventral gun position was located but is now faired over—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
Aft port quarter aspect of the PBY-5A Super Cat—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft
“Across the Coast” by Jeremy Whitehouse prints on offer by The People’s Mosquito
New print available – “Across the Coast” by Jeremy Whitehouse
TPM is pleased to offer a limited number of fine prints of this painting “Across the Coast” by the renowned artist Jeremy Whitehouse. Across the Coast shows a thrilling representation of three Mosquito FB Mk.VIs crossing the coast of England and is available for £20 (including p&p) from the TPM eBay Shop. Profits from sales will go towards The People’s Mosquito fund to restore a Mosquito to British skies as well as the people’s trust.
TPM gratefully thanks Andrew Lloyd who donated a limited number of these fine high-quality prints to The People’s Mosquito to further its fundraising efforts.
The People’s Mosquito—so that the public owns a flying Mosquito.