Remarks: Very rare Canadian single engine bush plane found in a shelter in Anchorage. Manufactured by Canadian Car and Foundry Co. to transport troops during WWII, this Norseman later joined the US Fish and Wildlife Service before coming to Alaska with Northern Consolidated Airlines in 1951. Interior Airways purchased the aircraft in 1955 to use during the construction of the DEW (Distant Early Warning, a defense system) line and for other bush flying. Later it was donated to the Alaska Aviation Museum.
Remarks: The McCarran ramp with all six Janet 737-600's present. Janet serving Area 51, the Tonopah test range, Edwards and probably some more obscure destinations. In front of the Janet ramp is an Hawaiian 767 taxiing to the runway for take-off. It makes a nice change for all the Southwest 737's.