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New Keytronic Kb+Mc Kt800P2M Ps2 Large L Shape Enter Key Optical Mc Ps2 Rohs Black Easy
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UH-25C (HUP-3) Retriever
Frank Piasecki's most notable flight was not his first, which came in the cockpit of a Barnstormer at the age of seven, but instead a trip aloft with Lou Leavitt when he was just a teenager. This ride in an autogyro with the first licensed rotary wing pilot in the United States set the young Piasecki on course to become one of the world's leading helicopter designers. Among his early interests was a design for a tandem-rotor machine, the first of which was the HRP, the shape of its canvas-covered fuselage inspiring the nickname "Flying Banana."
Its successor, delivered in 1949, bore little resemblance to the HRP, the HUPs Retreiver's appearance much less ungainly and its ability to meet its primary mission of search rescue advanced by the installation of a rescue hoist and floor hatch. The latter, wide enough to allow for the passage of a loaded stretcher, made the HUP ideally suited to performing plane guard duties. In this capacity, Retrievers rescued many an aviator who ditched his aircraft at sea during flight operations from an aircraft carrier. Additionally, later versions of the HUP were equipped with radar and flown in the antisubmarine role, the HUP-3 holding the distinction of being the first production helicopter equipped with an automatic pilot system, though its unreliability precluded it from seeing much utilization.
At the height of their career in the Navy, HUPs were carried aboard all aircraft carriers of the fleet, their compact fuselages allowing for easy stowage on board. One Retriever also made history on board another vessel on 4 August 1955, its wheels touching the deck of the submarine Nautilus (SSN 571) signifying the first ever landing of an aircraft on a nuclear-powered vessel.
A total of 339 production models of the Retriever served in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army, with others procured by the Royal Canadian Navy and the French Navy.
Manufacturer: Piasecki Helicopter Corporation
Dimensions: Length: 32 ft.; Height: 12 ft., 6 in.; Rotor Diameter: 35 ft. each
Weights: Empty: 4,132 lb.; Gross Weight: 6,005 lb.
Power Plant: Two 550 horsepower Continental R-975-46A engines
Performance: Maximum Speed: 120 M.P.H.; Service Ceiling: 12,467 ft.; Range: 357 miles
Crew: Two pilots and four passengers
Black Five 44932 at Norwich station
The moment things started to go rapidly wrong for 'The Easterling' railtour. 44392 is being backed out of Norwich station here to be turned around on the triangle ready for the leg to Lowestoft. At this point a quite loud 'clunking' was heard by most here and it was clear something was not right.
Shortly afterwards upon inspection 44932 was declared a failure due to a big end wheel bearing blowing its cork sealing plug and lubricating oil so it was dumped at nearby Norwich Crown Point depot. The tour was at an end with the Lowestoft and down to Ipswich leg cancelled. What made it worse was the fact our carriages and personal effects (including some camera equipment, food and mobile phone!) where stuck with the loco at Norwich crown point depot. We assumed this would be ok as the turn around procedure should have only taken a short while and it was a good photo op.
37706 was the only WCRC loco available permitted to rescue the tour and take it back to London (air/vacuum brake and cost reasons) but it was stabled at Ilford depot as for some reason it was not dragged along for the ride. Although I'm quite philosophical when it comes to railtours and steam engines (notorious for cancellations/ failures and amendments) some people where quite unhappy with the situation and vented their fury to the very nice and helpful but unfortunate Railway Touring Company representatives (it wasn't their fault!!) and remember too 44932 was a replacement on this tour for 70013 which was the original booked loco and has been out of service since May 2010 due to a cracked firebox.
We waited around the station for 5 hours while arrangements where made for 37706 to arrive at Norwich bring the coaches back from crown point and so we could get back on the train and go home.
It was a shame but it is all part of life on the railways.
This photograph was taken by fellow railway enthusiast and my photostream contributer Dave and is posted here with kind permission.
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