[WWI] Voisin X LAR

Knut Erik Hagen knut.erik.hagen at gmail.com
Sun Oct 7 06:35:45 EDT 2012


I am much better at traveling around and taking pictures than sitting down
to sort and process them.
Sending pictures without proper naming and of variable quality to one or a
few persons is OK, but not for open publishing.

Besides, I have to reduce the image size for upload/download, current
camera is a 37Mpix Nikon D800...

Knut Erik

On 7 October 2012 06:32, James Landon <thegreatlandoni at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Knut,
> What about posting them on this site so everyone could enjoy them:
> http://www.flickr.com/groups/nasm/
> Jim
> On Oct 4, 2012, at 6:02 AM, Knut Erik Hagen <knut.erik.hagen at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> Hei,
> If you send me your snail address off-list can I make you a DVD with
> Voisin images from Brussels, MAE and the NASM.
> It will take me some time to get around to do it as I am at work in the
> North Sea until med October.
>   BRgds
> Knut Erik
> On 4 October 2012 03:48, Foster, Steven B. <fosters at ou.edu> wrote:
>>  To all,
>> Call me crazy, but I am going to jump off the curb and build the Hi
>> Tech Voisin X LAR. I am looking for any help possible. I have had
>> communications with Chris Savaglio. I have the book *French Aircraft of
>> the First World War*. I have seen the pictures posted on our site and
>> the rebuild of the Voisin X Ca2 by Memorial Flight. Unfortunately the later
>> is the canon version and I want to build the kit as the bomber version.
>> Does anyone have any detailed shots of the Voisin VIII at NASM since it is
>> the bomber version? I am most curious to see how much space the internal
>> bomb racks took up in the cockpit. How were they loaded, from below or from
>> above through the cockpit. I have a copy of *French Strategic and
>> Tactical Bombardment Forces of World War I,* no pics or detalis about
>> bomb loading that I have found.* *
>> Nevertheless any help with anything related to this plane will be greatly
>> appreciated as I venture into this "challenging" build.
>> Thanks,
>> Steven Foster
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