In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
Lancaster propeller propped grid or so it seems in this picture, the reality is that the huge grid overhead supports not only the building’s roof but also some of the exhibits that hang from it.
This is one of the propellers nesting in one of the four large Lancaster bomber engines below it is the air intake and barely shown on the left hand side are a couple of exhaust pipes for the engine.
Hanging directly above this warplane exhibit is a huge metal grid which is part of the building roof structure. The building has many structurals that compose grids some huge others small. These grids are all over the place because they allow the many mating building components to bond together in this very modern aircraft hangar structure.
To be honest I never even noticed the grid hovering above until I read this week’s photographic challenge and started my search in my photo files for a proper contender in this contest.