At the urging of fellow aviation photography enthusiasts, I am sharing some of my photos "from the past." This one has been previously shared on other sites, but to the best of my knowledge it is no longer viewable to the general public now except here. This is a tabletop scan of a 50-year-old photograph (Kodak 127 film) taken on a Kodak Brownie camera in April, 1965, which means that I was 15 years old when I took it. This was the age of propellers at what was then known as Greater Buffalo International Airport (now KBUF). The photo shows an American Airlines Lockheed Electra, an American Airlines Douglas DC-6B, and a United Airlines Vickers Viscount. The snap was taken from the United Terminal observation deck, which cost one dime to enter (but, if no one was looking, could be accessed by a young teen by bending under the turnstile bar ... lol). And back then, a dime saved was a dime that could be used toward buying more rolls of Kodak 127 film. Incidentally, that portion of the GBIA terminal building visible in the background was only a couple years old; it had just been constructed as an addition to the airport for American Airlines to have five gates.