It passes the test when the guy on top hits his head on the ceiling and the part isn't bent. ouch. The good old days. Mr Mikey.
Frank S (Jun 21, 2022)
Short Sunderland aircraft construction workers. Rochester, Kent, England.
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Not just aircraft, that's fuselage of a bomber sized flying boat, maybe even amphibious. That would take a more serious building than 'normal' aircraft!
Yup, recognized it, as former nut on aviation. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_Sunderland
Far more beneficial post than a Short Sunderland workers wisecrack, as I often descend in to.
...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...
Fullsize image: https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/h...k_fullsize.jpgCpl. Albert Singer (Left); T/Sgt. Weldon L. Rugg, and Cpl Walter Robert (Right) fix the hatch on a Northrop P-61 "Black Widow" night fighter of the 9th Air Force, France, 27 Sep 1944
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