DOUGLAS R4D-6
PASSENGER CABIN

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WELCOME ABOARD NATS # 50819  The elegant cream and tan interior is fit for an Admiral and his Staff, along with some lucky space available passengers.  This certainly beats the un-cushioned, fold-down metal paratrooper type seats that were the norm for most wartime Gooney Birds!


LAVATORY  Right in the tail, through this door is the lavatory.  The padded cabinet doors on the left enclose the small galley with storage below.  There is a small rectangular port light, a window high in the fuselage, that allows daylight into the lavatory.


 
CLOSET  On the left side of the plane forward of the lav is a coat closet.
STEWARDESS JUMP SEAT  Yeah, we know, it's not politically correct, but we're talking 1944 here!  In actuality,  it may have been an enlisted sailor or WAVE who would have occupied this seat right next to the door and across from their little galley.

WATCH YOUR STEP!  Thanks for flying with NATS......I mean the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum!


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