One recent Sunday afternoon, we went as a family to the Aero Club of East Africa. They serve lunch. (We're not members.)
It was fun for us to see small planes (and a few helicopters) take off and land. This cool plane was parked just outside the club's fence.
It was another of those glimpses into Kenya's colonial past; not a single club president was African - from 1927 until the present.
Inside the building was a small museum. This 9-cylinder engine used to generate 600 horsepower.
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