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Old 03-28-2021, 05:00 AM   #481
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Re: MAGIC: San Ysidro, Dromedarius, and St. Francis

Gate E-10 at Dromedarious

Hello all,
Work this week was focused on finalizing Gate E-10, at the far western end of DRX. The prototype for this gate was the memorable, but long-since removed, Green Glass’ gate at Milwaukee’s Mitchell Field airport. I had to include this gate in MY airport, as it represents some of my earliest memories of life when I was growing up. I can still remember when my family would take my dad to the airport for business trips from MKE to DCA and LGA in the 1960s. The Green Glass gate was a building sticking out from the main terminal; you would take an escalator down from the terminal to the waiting area, which was bathed in a surreal light streaming through the floor-to-ceiling, green-tinted windows. Airplane boarding was outside via airstairs. Back then, the whole family could go with the passenger, right up to the point of embarkation!


The first view is of an archived photo of a North Central Convairliner outside the actual Green Glass facility.




This is my rendition of the scene at DRX, using a Pan Am airplane instead of the North Central. Wishing out loud to Herpa: give us 1:500 collectors AT LEAST ONE model with “Herman” (the famous goose flying with the circular moon on the NC tail) on either a Convairliner or a DC-9-30!





Northwest Orient also had some departures from good old Greenie, as seen in this photo from the early sixties:




And, here is a similar scene at DRX!




Another trip down memory lane, as this Pan Am DC-6 returns to Dromedarious, looking pretty in front of DRX’ Gate E-10:




This handsome Laker DC-10 (a new addition to my collection) is seen passing in front of Gate E-10 back in the 1970’s, preparing for the return flight to London Gatwick!







Finally, a parting shot to commemorate all things green, and paying homage to our Irish friends and honorary Irishmen with St. Patrick's day just recently celebrated, here is an Aer Lingus A321 parked at Gate E-8, just a stone's throw from the venerated Gate E-10 (with the unforgettable escalator visible inside!) at Dromedarious:





Well, enough reminiscing! Back to the present task at hand, I've got more work to do on the remaining “E” Gates at DRX; the next installment will feature what could be some of the hardest-working airport gates in the model world!


Stay tuned with best wishes and happiness sent to all,
Pete

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Bravo Pete, classic airliners are forgotten and you are making them stars of your beautiful airports.
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Re: MAGIC: San Ysidro, Dromedarius, and St. Francis

Continuing Work On Dromedarious International Airport’s E-Gates

Gates E-7-8-9-10 at DRX represent a ‘Rubik’s Cube’ of airplane parking positions. Indeed, as I worked to finalize jetway configurations for these four gates over the past week, I relished the challenge of accommodating a mixture of both large wingspan wide-bodied aircraft and their narrow-bodied siblings. The pictures posted today depict a few of the combinations involving some of Delta Air Lines’ larger aircraft:


In the first view from a few years back, there is a de facto “changing of the guard,” as a new color Delta 777-200 arrives at gate E-8 (assisted by a tug) whilst another DL 772 in the former ‘Delta-flot’ color scheme boards passengers at Gate E-7:




A gorgeous Dromedaian sunset serves as the background for this picture looking to the northwest, with the two Delta 777-200s sharing the spotlight:


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Night has fallen, and the two Delta birds await their respective flights to Atlanta and Salt Lake City, while an American Airlines 773 taxis to runway 09 for takeoff:




Getting up close and personal with the former long-range champion of Delta’s fleet, the unbeatable 777-200:




Thanks to its long, telescoping dual jetways and option for angled parking, DRX Gate E-8 can handle passenger aircraft of extraordinary fuselage lengths, including the Boeing 747-400 and the Airbus A340-600:




A reminder of glorious days now past and relegated to the history books, here is a picture of the two erstwhile Boeing ‘big boys’ of the Delta fleet, a 772 alongside a 744:




As I begin installing the monorail system to connect Gates E-6 through E-10 with the airport’s main terminal, I wish everyone a Happy Easter Weekend. Stay well, and stay tuned!
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Re: MAGIC: San Ysidro, Dromedarius, and St. Francis

Really nice updates Pete - great to see the construction progress continuing! I sure miss those Delta B777's, but it's great to see them still in operation here - especially with an ex-Northwest B747-400 too!

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Bravo Pete, classic airliners are forgotten and you are making them stars of your beautiful airports.

Thank-you for the compliment! I have purposely chosen a late 1950s-era architectural theme for Dromedarious International Airport, because this time period signaled the start of the jet age and its building styles are visual bridges between past and present, just as air travel metaphorically connects people and places over time. As such, I can showcase the entire cross section of my model airplane fleet, without the generational limitation imposed by more modern structures. In other words, for me this style spans the gamut of the jet age, so airliners both old and new will look at home at DRX! I greatly appreciate your following of this series; more developments are on the way!
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Really nice updates Pete - great to see the construction progress continuing! I sure miss those Delta B777's, but it's great to see them still in operation here - especially with an ex-Northwest B747-400 too!

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Thank-you for the positive comments! Although I've been using my big American Airlines fleet to work out the gate configurations and aircraft parking positions during my concourse constructions, I thought switching things up with some Delta photos would offer additional visual interest. One crazy finding, was that the A350 and A330 Neo wingspans were greater than their Boeing counterparts. I'll show some photos of this situation--it does affect operations a bit at Dromedarious but in the world of aviation, flexibility comes in handy!
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Re: MAGIC: San Ysidro, Dromedarius, and St. Francis

From 1969 to 2021, All in One Day!


Part I, The Monorail System at Dromedarious International Airport:


The monorail transportation system has been an important airport feature since it was first installed at DRX in mid-1969. With the introduction of high-capacity, wide-body aircraft looming on the horizon, the Dromedarious Airport Board (“DRAB”-!) established the initiative to construct this time-saving people-mover in the mid-1960’s, to help solve what would otherwise be an overload of passengers in the airport’s hallways. The initial photograph circa 1970, shows the first generation ‘RBG-100’ monorail train zipping away on the left side, in a blur of speed from Gate E-10, while a handsome TWA 747-100 waits to depart for JFK. Although very fast and looking quite cool with its aerodynamic pointed nose, the first generation RBG-100 system was fraught with irritating problems. These included some serious issues, like carriage doors that would not open, malfunctioning air conditioning, and so forth. Plans were made immediately to replace these early monorail cars with improved versions.





The big day is finally here: the next-generation ‘RBG-250’ carriages arrive by flatbed truck at Dromedarious for installation on the track in 1975. A traffic jam is already forming behind the delivery vehicle!




The transfer operation from truck-to-track began smoothly enough, with the crane lifting each individual carriage high above the roadway. Passengers boarding the TWA flight to St. Louis pause to watch the operation from afar, hopefully out of harm’s way:




Oops! Some unidentified slack in the cable causes the heavy rail car to slip downwards suddenly, and the carriage dangles precipitously over the monorail track!




After this near-catastrophe, the cable tension was properly adjusted, and the carriage transfer operation resumed. Train car #1 is lowered safely to the track:




This view shows the first two RBG-250 monorail carriages properly installed and ready for testing. The TWA flight elected to delay its departure, so that all interested parties could watch this once-in-a-lifetime event, and cheer on the hard-working crew of experts engaged in this endeavor!




Ambient TWA traffic at Dromedarious, photo dating from the mid-1970’s:




Part II Modern Times:


Fast-forward to today, and the RBG-250 monorail cars continue to serve Dromedarious Airport passengers with reliable, uninterrupted service. Here, a two-car monorail sequence departs Gate E-8 during a gentle evening rain shower; note the smartly-dressed QR crew descending from the monorail platform to the concourse:




As recently discussed just prior to today’s thread, the A350 has even broader ‘shoulders’ than the 787-8: this view is of the two planes parked next to each other, and clearly shows the incredible wingspans of these modern, efficient transports!




Best wishes to all this week, and I hope you enjoyed the pictures from today’s installment. I greatly appreciate everyone’s patronage, and please keep following the series for more, as the airport modeling process continues!
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The TWA classics contrast great with the current American Airlines models! The Qatar A350 looks very clean too, love the livery on that one!
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Thank-you for the positive comments! Although I've been using my big American Airlines fleet to work out the gate configurations and aircraft parking positions during my concourse constructions, I thought switching things up with some Delta photos would offer additional visual interest. One crazy finding, was that the A350 and A330 Neo wingspans were greater than their Boeing counterparts. I'll show some photos of this situation--it does affect operations a bit at Dromedarious but in the world of aviation, flexibility comes in handy!
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With regards to the Airbus wingspans, it seems they keep getting wider with every generation! The A350 has a particularly wide wingspan as your latest update shows. The B777X will also pose a unique problem for us airport modelers - in reality the wingtips will fold, but I seem to remember hearing that Boeing have patented this and will not allow the fold to be replicated on scale models. This means all models so far have been made in the in-flight / 'un-folded' configuration with the full 70M+ span... With this in mind, I decided to include a few 'extra wide' parking positions on my new baseboard in anticipation of even the bigger wingspans to come. As you said, flexibility is key!

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The TWA classics contrast great with the current American Airlines models! The Qatar A350 looks very clean too, love the livery on that one!

The TWA livery, despite being around 50 years old, still looks bold and attractive today. I loved flying that airline back in the 1980's-90s. For the younger members here, I have to let you know that what you may have heard about the good old days in economy is mostly true--even sitting in coach meant a choice of gourmet meals ordered from a menu, full drink service, and 34-36" seat pitch. There was a period of time early on in deregulation, when consumers had the best of both worlds--great service, choice of carriers, and decent fares. Then, airlines got really greedy, offering too many flights all in the same markets, lowering their prices to ridiculously below cost to grab market share but being unsustainable, and so the losses (and eventually bad economy class service) began. Airlines can mostly get away with this, because a whole new breed of fliers pay next to nothing, to get next to nothing, and the joy of the experience is left to cabins closer to the front of the plane. Except for IFE and lie-flat seats in business class, the experience was more fun before.

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With regards to the Airbus wingspans, it seems they keep getting wider with every generation! The A350 has a particularly wide wingspan as your latest update shows. The B777X will also pose a unique problem for us airport modelers - in reality the wingtips will fold, but I seem to remember hearing that Boeing have patented this and will not allow the fold to be replicated on scale models. This means all models so far have been made in the in-flight / 'un-folded' configuration with the full 70M+ span... With this in mind, I decided to include a few 'extra wide' parking positions on my new baseboard in anticipation of even the bigger wingspans to come. As you said, flexibility is key!

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I did not know about the non-folding 777X wingtip situation for scale models. This is a shame for many reasons--how cool it would be to display the models "tips-up" while parked at the gate, then showing the lowering of the wingtips into flight mode after backing the aircraft out of the gate! This is a missed Public Relations opportunity for Boeing--they could earn so much more affection if they would be just a little generous on something like this. As it is, I guess my DRX airport will have to relegate future 777X traffic to gate D-1-B (the airport's A380 gate) or possibly gate D-2-B as well (probably more for the shorter Dash 8). Meanwhile, airport diorama builders should consider having extra-wide parking positions as mentioned by Cal to accommodate these magnificent airplanes.

However, already the wheels are turning inside my head--I'm considering buying duplicates of every 777X model, and then cutting the wingtips off at the correct location and gluing them back onto the main wing in the "up" position for photography purposes at the airport gates. Where there's a will, there's a way, but it would be great for Herpa and Boeing to come to some agreement over making scale model airplanes with the folding wingtips
Well, See you guys tomorrow as there is a weekly update coming!
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!! New Arrivals !!
It felt like Christmas at my house today, with the unboxing of new models that arrived in the mail. So, this week’s episode will feature the new planes; astute observers and regular followers will probably notice added details to the airport buildings in the background, as I work to complete the terminal and control tower. Enjoy!

To begin, an Avianca A318 boards passengers for a flight from Dromedarious to Barranquilla using the rear door via airstairs at a temporary parking stand. With spring break in full swing, the airport was extremely busy when the photo was taken, and all the regular gate positions were filled with other aircraft:




With a loud whoosh of powerful noise from its two General Electric GENX-1B76 engines, this brand-new United 787-10 Dreamliner departs Dromedarious on Runway 09, with a full load of spring breakers heading back to Newark:




A magnificent sight to behold, this Ethiopian Airlines 787-9 Dreamliner takes on passengers at DRX after making an unscheduled fuel stop due to strong headwinds, whilst flying between Addis and the U.S.A.:




An A318 from the defunct Mexicana de Aviacion, stopped off at DRX on its way back to France in preparation for a transition to new owners. It waits on the main taxiway for an SV A318 to depart runway 09:




Another day, another Avianca! This view shows the arrival of the A318 flight from Santa Marta:




Sooner or later, it was bound to happen. Turkish Airline’s service to Istanbul has proven to be so popular, that the equipment has been upgraded to a 787-9! Here the flight finishes final preparations for its evening departure:




Not a regularly-scheduled visitor to the island and indeed a special treat to local plane spotters, this Thai 789 stopped in to Dromedarious for some maintenance work. It is seen here ready to depart for its long trip back to BKK:




Closing shot of the signature pylon at Dromedarious International Airport’s 1960’s-era terminal. More work remains to be done, and while the final details and trim are challenging to create, the final results are rewarding:





Everyone have a great week, stay safe, and keep on collecting!
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Magic new arrivals Pete! Always stunning to see the beautiful birds in the night light, which also highlights your attention to detail on the terminal.
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Over the top my friend, these B787s are jewels of the airport.
Which do you like more? Maybe i go for United new livery.
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