Tempelhof

Cinema 4D Aviation posted on Nov 08, 2020
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We remain vintage and go to the new build airport Tempelhof in Berlin. It was never completed because the war. For a few years it was the biggest building of the world. Here we see an Focke Wulf Fw 200A being prepared. And a Ju-52 rolling to take off.

Comments (5)


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3DClassics123456 2:19AM | Mon, 09 November 2020

1938, 1939? Another very interesting image! These airplanes will soon be used for the war and no more as civilian airplanes... I did not know anything about the FW 200A. I have read that that in Wikipedia: The first prototype, the Fw 200 V1, upgraded with extra fuel tanks and redesignated Fw 200 S-1, made several record flights. It was the first heavier-than-air craft to fly nonstop between Berlin and New York City (c.4000 miles), making the flight from Berlin-Staaken to Floyd Bennett Field on 10/11 August 1938 in 24 hours and 56 minutes.[3] The return trip on 13 August 1938 took 19 hours and 47 minutes. These flights are commemorated with a plaque in Böttcherstraße, a street in Bremen. Beginning on 28 November 1938 it flew from Berlin to Tokyo via Basra, Karachi and Hanoi.

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FurNose 2:30PM | Mon, 09 November 2020

Absolutely phantastic Image!!

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steelrazer 9:39AM | Tue, 10 November 2020

This is really impressive! The detail and placement is vey convincing and the textures on the aircraft is perfect! The placement of the buildings definitely gives a sense of scale to the airfield. Beautiful and satisfying piece, and one of my favorites!

PhthaloBlue 7:34PM | Tue, 10 November 2020

Outstanding work!

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ksmith3620 10:38AM | Fri, 13 November 2020

Another great job.

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