6.25”h x 6”w x 4.5”d
This ford trimotor airplane c1929 was described as a 'huge airliner connecting Clovis, New Mexico with east and west coasts'. It was part of Transcontinental Air Transport. This was a time before radar was invented and navigation was difficult after dark. Airplanes with passengers didn't cross the country without stopping. The page in the tray is from an old air navigation book and the steel on the edge of the shelf reminds me of the hull of the plane.