1944 Grumman G-21A Goose, c/n B-101, CF-VFU, FIFT. Dockside somewhere up Knight Inlet, B.C., Canada in spring 1969.

[1959 Kodak Retina IIIS (Type 027) rangefinder 35-mm roll film camera, s/n 86125, with Schneider-Kreuznach Retina-Xenon 50-mm f/1.9 Synchro Compur lens, s/n 6841319; Kodak Plus-X Pan (ISO 125/22°) 36-exposure black & white negative film]

© Copyright photograph by Uwe Kündrunar Scharnberg, 1969 / Stephan Alexander Scharnberg, March 2011

“The whole history of the Canadian North can be divided into two periods—before and after the aeroplane.”
Hugh L. Keenleyside, Deputy Canadian Minister of Mines and Resources, October 1949

Friday, June 10, 2011

1974 Bellanca 7KCAB Citabria “B”, c/n 422-74, C-GSIK

1974 Bellanca 7KCAB Citabria “B”, c/n 422-74, C-GSIK, Barbara and Glen Fetterly, Chilliwack, B.C., Canada, based at Chilliwack Airport (YCW), Chilliwack, B.C.; powered by one 150-hp Lycoming IO-320-E2B fuel-injected four-cylinder, horizontally-opposed, air-cooled piston engine with fixed-pitch two-blade Sensenich propeller; tandem pilot and passenger, STOL (short take-off and landing) general aviation; built by Bellanca Aircraft Corporation, Plainview, Texas, USA at Osceola, Wisconsin; C-GSIK, Moncton Flying Club, Moncton, N.B. cancelled on December 19, 1985; C-GSIK, Brendon Nunes, Pickering, Ontario cancelled on July 17, 1986; C-GSIK, George Kashul, Lindsay, Ontario on July 15, 1987, cancelled on November 2, 2007; C-GSIK, 564835 Ontario Limited, Lindsay, Ontario on November 5, 2007, cancelled on May 7, 2008; owner registered since May 7, 2008.

The 48th Annual Abbotsford International Airshow, Abbotsford International Airport (YXX), Abbotsford, B.C. on Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 9:39 am.

[1984 Nikon FE2 SLR 35-mm roll film camera, s/n 1816483, with Nikkor AI 50-mm f/1.8 lens, s/n 2336591, and 52-mm polarizing filter; Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 160S 36-exposure colour negative film]

© Copyright photograph by Stephan Alexander Scharnberg, August 2010

1 comment:

  1. Hello Stephan nice shot of C-GSIK I am the Brendon Nunes that purchased the Aircraft from the Moncton Flying Club and then sold it to George Kashul. Nice work, Brendon