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... set by the last month's winners JamieLei and Train<In>Vain
As always, rules can be found HERE.
How to enter:
Easy - simply upload your image to this topic to enter or link it from a trusted site such as flickr, photobucket, DeviantArt, your personal website etc.
Uploading is preferred as it keeps things together. If you're linking from a URL, having a small 'preview' image and a link to a high-res image would be helpful.
If uploading direct to the wiki:
Let's keep entries in a certain named format for organisation reasons as well as keeping record of them in the entries topic and here. If you prefer to upload to the wiki, please keep it in the same naming format as other entries and inform me they are already on the wiki. Name format is - month|year|POTM_user name.
For example: 0118POTM_Dave.jpg / 0118POTM_orudge.jpg / 0118POTM_GeoGhost.jpg / 0118POTM_Ameecher.jpg
You get the idea
At the end of the month, this topic will close and a voting topic will be started with all the entries in for people to choose their top one.
All entries will be uploaded to the tt-forums wiki and stored there for voting and also for archive.
Entries close on the last day of the month, voting will be available for 7 days (approximately).
The winner will need to contact me about what they want the next theme to be and then that will be posted in the entry topic for the next month*. Then we repeat from there. Simple.
(* If the winner doesn't choose a theme within 7 days, the next month's theme will be an "Open" theme).
If you wish to change your entry, you may so long as the entries are still open. Simply upload a new one to the topic and remove your old one.
Otherwise, it may get confusing as to which one you are entering. If there are two entries submitted and you have not informed me which one you wish to be used, I will use the first one posted.
P.S. And don't forget to check the Photo of the Year 2017 too!
http://www.boeing.com/history/products/ ... liner.page
Boeing built 10 Stratoliners. In 1940, the 307s started flying routes to Latin America and from New York to Los Angeles, Calif. Production stopped at the onset of war, and five were drafted into the Army Transport Command as C-75 military transports.
Model 307 Stratoliner
First flight December 31, 1938
Model number SA-307B and C-75
Classification Commercial and military transport
Span 107 feet 3 inches
Length 74 feet 4 inches
Gross weight 42,000 pounds
Top Speed 246 mph
Cruising speed 220 mph
Range 2,390 miles
Ceiling 26,200 feet
Power Four 1,000-horsepower Wright Cyclone engines
Accommodation 5 crew, 33 passengers
- Wright R-1820-22 "Cyclone"
9-cylinder radial engine, 950 hp
Grumman F3F-2 at Vintage Aircraft Company, Schelleville Airport, Sonoma, California
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