Squadron Scrapbook
Rota

Page Thirteen

The photos below are also from Ernie Gasaway's collection.


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Ernie Gasaway and "Lighting" Ellis find a convenient place to take a break from their tour of Seville.

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John Matich befriends a Seville traffic warden.

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A clean and uncluttered street, typical of most streets in Spain during the rein of Franco.

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In this Seville scene a vintage Volvo sedan can be identified, just ahead of the Fiat 800.

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Not all streets in Seville were wide boulevards.

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Where better to learn about Spain's illustrious long-dead heros than in the many parks in Seville. The identity of the hero this statue honors is not available.

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A stroll through a collection of vintage European autos; this Seville street scene is perhaps more interesting for the vehicles present than it is for the architecture.

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A collection of vehicles from an earlier era, these horse-drawn carriages appear to be waiting to take tourists to the many intersting sites in Seville.

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Two patrol craft of the Spanish Navy nest along the Guadalquivir River. Ernie Gasaway and shipmates, John Matich and 'Lighting' Ellis took the opportunity to go aboard one of these vessels during a trip to Seville.

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