The Springfield, Ohio airport hosted a ‘Barmstorming Festival’, celebrating vintage aircraft. Open to the public there were aircraft from the 1910s through the 1970s on display, with their owners more than happy to tell you about their planes.
There were a number of bi-planes.
A WWI vintage plane.
They lined both sides of the taxiway.
Who flies with 3 instruments and a leather helmet?
Some great piston engines.
The paint jobs were outstanding on all of the airplanes.
The Springfield Municipal Airport was the host.
What a way to refuel your plane, stand on top to reach the upper wing where the fuel tank is.
In addition to the planes there were a few vintage trucks.
And they flew off into the sunset.