|Title||Ground level view of billows flames and smoke pouring out of the airplane hangar at the Chilliwack Airport.|
1 photograph print
Scope & Content:
Photograph consists of a ground level view of billows flames and smoke pouring out of the airplane hangar at the Chilliwack Airport, on October 29, 1986. Small overwing float plane C-FEDV in foreground, frames burning hangar in background.
|Provenance||The octagon shaped airplane hanger was built around 1948. According to Where Eagles Flew: An early history of the Chilliwack Flying Club, Timbers for the new hangar were cut at the sawmill at Camp Chilliwack.. Image was taken by Mr. Muehlebach, who was a pilot and photographer in Germany, and had a paint shop at the airport.|