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A trip from Nevada to assist flight museum

Elgen Long (centre) admires the WACO INF biplane at the Canadian Museum of Flight at Langley airport on Wednesday, as Terry Brunner (left) of the museum describes how volunteers restored the 1930s era aircraft. Long, a Reno, Nevada resident, discovered original documents detailing the sale of the plane to a previous owner and made the trip to Langley to donate them in person. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Elgen Long (centre) admires the WACO INF biplane at the Canadian Museum of Flight at Langley airport on Wednesday, as Terry Brunner (left) of the museum describes how volunteers restored the 1930s era aircraft. Long, a Reno, Nevada resident, discovered original documents detailing the sale of the plane to a previous owner and made the trip to Langley to donate them in person.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
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