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Date: 4/16/2007 Album ID: 226792
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See the Beauty of Cincinnati Every Day - In Your Own Home!
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Hawk Feature Life Saturday March 20, 2010: After chasing this squirrel around a tree for 20 minutes a Red-tailed Hawk stands one branch of the tree and eyes the squirrel and then flies away after a Dove Saturday March 20, 2010 in Westwood. The Enquirer/ Joseph Fuqua II
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LIBERTY BELLE METRO  The Liberty Belle a restored WWII Boeing B-17  Flying Fortress Bomber flew in from Taxes landing at the Lunken Field Airport where it will be on display through June 20 as part of a 2010 salute to veteran from the Liberty Foundation owner of the plan.  The aerial photo where taken from a AT-6D Texan - Tweety and was flaw by Paul Redlich the president and pilot with the Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003, by a group of volunteers, who are committed to helping preserve the memory of those who served and sacrificed for our freedom located at Clermont County airport with Wednesdays: 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturdays: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  The total flight experience takes 45 minutes with approximately half hour in flight.  Flights experiences are $395 for Liberty Foundation members and $430 for non-members.  Passengers can become a Liberty Foundation Member for $40 and receive the member discount for family and friends.  While $430 per person sounds expensive, it must be put into perspective when compared to a B-17’s operating cost.  A Flying Fortress cost over $4500 per flight hour and the Liberty Foundation spends over $1,000,000 annually to keep the Liberty Belle airworthy and out on tour. June 12, 2010 The Enquirer/ Tony Jones
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KY09LIGHTS. KENTUCKY. MONDAY NOVEMBER 8, 2010. A shot of the new Cincinnati skyline, which has been rejuvenated by the addition of lights on the Great American Tower and the Tiara that tops the new building.  Picture taken from Riverside Drive Covington Monday November 8, 2010.   The Enquirer/Will Velarde
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