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Powerhouse Museum

AviationPosted by Peter Smith Fri, October 05, 2018 14:40:34

The Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is probably akin to our Science Museum. It is a museum of 'Applied Arts and Sciences' meaning that it has quite a lot to offer from transport, to clothing to space and historical artefacts of various descriptions. Consequently you can spend quite a while there which is just as well as it was pi$$ing down all day today! Anyway, amongst the transport stuff are a few aircraft strung from the ceiling including a Cirrus Moth, what appears to be an original Bleriot and a Catalina which, in 1951 flew across the Pacific from Sydney to Chile.

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Posted by Marcus Fri, October 05, 2018 22:27:25

Good to hear you're already on to your down south adventure. Now YOU'RE a roving reporter. smiley