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1960s - the Goodyear GZ-19A Blimp Mayflower VI N4A flying past downtown Miami
1960's From a postcard

1960's - the Goodyear GZ-19A Blimp "Mayflower VI" N4A flying past downtown Miami

Downtown Miami, Florida


Thank you to Mark Lincoln for supplying more information on this particular blimp and correcting the decade of the photo.


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Don Boyd15-Nov-2016 08:38
Mark, thank you for the additional information and the correction on the time period which I have changed.

"Correction" who posted on 15-AUG-2010, I'm sorry I did not thank you for your correction on the time period until now. Thank you.

Don
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Mark Lincoln 14-Nov-2016 22:48
Don that photo cannot be from the 1970s. The blimp is GZ-19A Mayflower VI, registration N4A, control car C-135. envelope D-638, registration N4A. It was withdrawn from Miami in September 1968, dismantled in 1969 and scrapped in 1970. It was replaced by GZ-19A Mayflower VII, registration N1A which is easily distinguished by having blue painted fins.
Don Boyd21-Oct-2011 06:43
It is "otherwise noted" as "from a postcard." If you interpreted the text at the bottom correctly you wouldn't be writing what you did.

Don
GRW 20-Oct-2011 18:25
Just because you artfully scanned a post card, you DO NOT have the copyright. Only the original photographer owns it. Don't be silly.
Correction 15-Aug-2010 18:38
I'd say it's the late 60's. The One Biscayne Tower does appear to have broken ground, as it did in 1969.