Sometimes, when seeking out cannons and other artillery pieces, you find other monuments, or cannon related pieces. Here are a few of those that have crossed my path so far.
First, a model of the Rodman Casting Process, a safer way to produce large caliber cannons. This model was produced for display in 1878.
|Rodman Display Model Close Up|
|Rodman Display Model Front|
|Rodman Display Model ID Plaque|
|Rodman Display Model Side|
|Rodman Display Model Three Quarter|
A few days later, I came across a Korean War vintage fighter in a Memorial Park in New Kensington, next to a 3 Inch gun.
|Korean War Jet-Cockpit|
|Korean War Jet-Front Right|
|Korean War Jet-Nose|
|Korean War Jet-Front|
|Korean War Jet-Left|
Finally, the same day as the fighter was documented, a Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter was found and documented outside of a V.F.W. in Lower Burrell.
|Bell Helicopter-Right Front|
|Bell Helicopter- Engine Exhaust|
|Bell Helicopter- Front Logo|
|Bell Helicopter- ID Numbers|
|Bell Helicopter- Interior|
|Bell Helicopter- Jettison Handle Inside|
|Bell Helicopter- Left Rear|
|Bell Helicopter- Right Rear|
|Bell Helicopter- Rivet Signage|
|Bell Helicopter- Signage|
|Bell Helicopter- Step|
|Bell Helicopter- Turn Pull|
|Bell Helicopter- Turn Slide|
|Bell Helicopter-Right Door|
|Bell Helicopter-Right Side|
|Bell Helicopter-Right Side Close|
|Bell Helicopter-Right Side Logo|