Pearson Air Museum

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The Pearson Air Museum is an airplane museum at Pearson Field Airport in Vancouver, Washington, USA. The museum and Pearson Field, and the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, are all part of the Vancouver National Historic Reserve.

Planes shown[change | change source]

The Pearson Air Museum shows different kinds of unusual, special, and historic airplanes. For example, an experimental and one-of-a-kind aircraft known as the "flying pickle" originally based at Watts Airport (or Bernard's Airport), is shown at the Pearson. Alley reports on this special airplane based at Watts Airport in 1929, that was an experimental one-of-a-kind model.[1] In this aircraft the pilot sits in an open air compartment, behind a roomy enclosed passenger cabin.

References[change | change source]

  1. Bill Alley, Pearson Field: Pioneering Aviation in Vancouver and Portland, Arcadia Publishing, 127 pages (2006) ISBN 0738531294

Other websites[change | change source]