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  • I will not upload this one, I would have loved to, but

    Enjoy !!!

    Here is Cameroon Airlines first ever long-hauler, namely 707-328 F-BHSB in full c/s. 81 st 707 built, delivered to AF in 12/59, JT4 powered Sierra-Bravo was leased to UY from 11/71 to 10/72. Flew her twice. Pictured on location at Douala in 12/1971. The airline had been trading for a mere month.
    Alain

    http://[img]http://www.pbase.com/uy7.../> [/img]
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  • #2
    OK I capitulate and resort for calling some help
    Thanks in advance for flying to my rescue
    Suggestions & explanation are welcome and will be appreciated.

    the image adress

    http://www.pbase.com/uy707/image/36213541

    [img] what I write there
    http://image_url - what I use here
    [/img] which component of the adress fills this one.

    Alain
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    • #3
      Looks like you've been having som fun with our forums there
      Funny thing is the link worked the last time you tried. Photo quality is poor but the subject very interesting. Although im more interested in that spotting deck. Beer and planes....cant go wrong

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      • #4

        On the other hand, this doesn't tell me how to include an image in posts, by starting from a cyberadress and using its components with j.net forums insert image formats.
        Alain
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        • #5
          hell upload it to airliners.net. Ive seen worse get in this past month

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          • #6
            Good for history collection

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            • #7

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              • #8
                Hmm...the [img]webadress[/img] format doesn't seem to be working for this picture.
                "The Director also sets the record straight on what would happen if oxygen masks were to drop from the ceiling: The passengers freak out with abandon, instead of continuing to chat amiably, as though lunch were being served, like they do on those in-flight safety videos."

                -- The LA Times, in a review of 'Flightplan'

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                • #9
                  I for one love the views into the past, where smoke and noise were common, and nobody seemed to mind..... Keep 'em commin Alain, and Ill keep on lookin
                  -Jay

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                  • #10
                    because the web address is actually:

                    http://mishilo.image.pbase.com/u33/u...ameroon707.jpg

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                    • #11
                      Oh wow!

                      I love the feel of nostalgic pics like that. It's a shame we don't see more 707s anymore...They truly were the Queen of the skies at one time!

                      Great location too....a very rare pic from a rare place!

                      -Pete
                      Pete Ganabathi
                      Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

                      Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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                      • #12
                        These are the pictures I look at a site like jpnet! Very nice to see those old aircraft from the 70's and 80's.
                        In my opinion it should be a nice addition in the dbase

                        Rgds,
                        ErwinS
                        “The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.”

                        Erwin

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                        • #13
                          Erwins, the quality is nowhere near good enough even taking into consideration its age. I said before its an excellent subject. But one for the personel collection.

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