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City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:November 1937 to February 1938
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:563964Submit Correction
View count: 203
Photo taken at the former Martin plant in Middle River, MD (now Baltimore - Martin State airport), possibly on the day of its first flight in late November 1937.
Registration / Serial:NX19167
Alternate Registration:19167
Aircraft Version:Martin 156
C/n (msn):714
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:November 1937 to February 1938
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:November 1937 to February 1938
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:563964Submit Correction
View count: 203
Photo taken at the former Martin plant in Middle River, MD (now Baltimore - Martin State airport), possibly on the day of its first flight in late November 1937.
Registration / Serial:NX19167
Alternate Registration:19167
Aircraft Version:Martin 156
C/n (msn):714
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:November 1937 to February 1938
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:New York - Floyd Bennett Field (NOP) (closed)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:21 January 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:427426Submit Correction
View count: 611
Large flying boat, rejected by Pan Am in favour of the Boeing 314. Nicknamed 'Russian Clipper', the sole example was delivered to Leningrad by ship. Re-assembled there by July 1938. The Soviets bought a license to build the type as a bomber, but this came to naught and this prototype, designated PS-30, became CCCP-L2940 in Aeroflot's Far East division to for use on the Khabarovsk - Petropavlovsk route. It was scrapped in July 1946. Photo by: Rudy Arnold / Smithsonian Institution
Registration / Serial:NX19167
Alternate Registration:19167
Aircraft Version:Martin 156
C/n (msn):714
City / Airport:New York - Floyd Bennett Field (NOP) (closed)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:21 January 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:New York - Floyd Bennett Field (NOP) (closed)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:21 January 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:427426Submit Correction
View count: 611
Large flying boat, rejected by Pan Am in favour of the Boeing 314. Nicknamed 'Russian Clipper', the sole example was delivered to Leningrad by ship. Re-assembled there by July 1938. The Soviets bought a license to build the type as a bomber, but this came to naught and this prototype, designated PS-30, became CCCP-L2940 in Aeroflot's Far East division to for use on the Khabarovsk - Petropavlovsk route. It was scrapped in July 1946. Photo by: Rudy Arnold / Smithsonian Institution
Registration / Serial:NX19167
Alternate Registration:19167
Aircraft Version:Martin 156
C/n (msn):714
City / Airport:New York - Floyd Bennett Field (NOP) (closed)Map
Region / Country:New York, United States
Photo Date:21 January 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive