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Photo here is of the Fokker DR1 Triplane. The SUD Caravelle VI-R is featured in this photograph.
Here is a photo of the Fokker DR1 Triplane (1917 - WWI Replica). Considering that this is a replica, there are no original triplanes left. Any interest in this plane today might be attributed to the German Ace, the Red Baron, whom flew one of these aircraft. Another one of a number of aircraft found on the New England Museum's Outdoor Exhibit grounds is this one which is the SUD Caravelle VI-R (1961).
Here is the Sikorsky LH-34D Seabat. Yet more aircraft as featured in this photo.
Aptly named is this plane called the Sikorsky LH-34D Seabat (1958). It has a mere length of 46 feet, 9 inches and weighed over 13,000 lb. After viewing all the photos offered of the New England Museum, one would think that their number of airplanes and such are endless.
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