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Sunday, March 11, 2012

From a Flight on Sunday, March 11, 2012...


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Post Date and Photo NumberNote that photos in my older posts
are not numbered and thus you must manually count them so I know which photo you
are referring to.  Photo #1 is always at the top of the posting.

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This is our first flight after the time has changed, and with more light in the evenings, this equates to a longer flying day. Now if we could just get those Avgas prices to lower a bit, more in line with car gas prices, it wouldn't be so painful after the flight. Regardless, fuel was burnt today and as usual, the rewards were great with clear skies and endless views. I hope you enjoy today's selection of (39) aerial photos:

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Earth moving equipment lot near Plumsteadville, PA, off of Route 611:



"Greenish" onion on a pedestal, or perhaps it's a water tower...You decide ???:


We flew three low passes of the now CLOSEDWillow Grove Naval Air Station in Warminster, PA
(look for the control tower atop the blue hangar, mid-photo):


Private residence with its' own airstrip, near Doylestown, PA:


Intersection of Fort Washington Expressway (Route 309) and
the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) in Fort Washington, PA:


Just another very deep hole in the ground (aka quarry) that one finds in PA:


Looking southeast along the Schuylkill river & the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76)
towards Philadelphia, PA:


These next (2) photos are of Villanova University in Villanova (Radnor Township),
just northwest of Philadelphia, PA:


Most likely an educational complex, just southwest of Villanova University:


White Manor Country Club in Malvern, PA:


Applebrook Golf Club in Malvern, PA:


These next (2) photos are ofBrandywine airport (OQN)
in Brandywine, PA, with the latter of the American Helicopter Museum on the field:


Railroad trestle over Route 322 in Downington, PA:


Attractive educational facility high on a hill, near Downington, PA:


This sports field complex is placed directly atop of the
former Shannon airport in Downington, PA:


Lukens Steel Company in Coatesville, PA, is one of the
oldest steel mills in commission within the United States:


Sikorsky Global Helicopters in Coatesville, PA:


These next (2) photos show military barracks, er, I mean
a residential housing development in Coatesville, PA:


All Souls Cemetery in Coatesville, PA:


The Golf Zone in Honey Brook, PA, off of Horseshoe Pike (Route 322)
features a driving range, mini golf and speed zone go-cart racing:


The owner(s) of this private residence near Glenmoore, PA
are also owners of a Castle in their backyard, which is attached to their home...NICE:



DAM...Oh, pardon my French. Wait, there's nothing wrong with saying dam,
and this earthen one is located near Glenmoore, PA:


Rest area along the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) near Glenmoore, PA:


Housing development (Foxgayte lane) in Pottstown, PA:


The quaint yet bustling city of Pottstown, PA:


Institution of some kind within the city of Pottstown, PA:


Pottstown Memorial Medical Center in Pottstown, PA:


Limerick Nuclear Power Plant cooling towers
(looking north, and down, of course) in Limerick, PA:


Philadelphia Premium Outlets (though nowhere near Philadelphia)
located in Limerick, PA:


Town home complex south of Allentown, PA:


Pennridge airport (CKZ) in Perkasie, PA:


These next (2) photos are of Riegelsville (looking north) and the
Delaware road Suspension Bridge crossing the Delaware river:


Intersection of I-78 & Route 22 near Alpha & Phillipsburg, NJ (looking north):


Pilot Travel Center off of I-78 in Bloomsbury:


And last but certainly not least, Spruce Run Reservoir
in the evening sun (looking east) near Clinton, NJ:


Another magnificent flight with extraordinary views abound. We look forward to many
more flights around the tri-state area and sharing with you all of what we see.

See you after the next flight...