John Houston

John Houston in the SNJ with Rob Vitols in
the back seat.

John was a driving force that created the
Texas Air Museum.  He has since past away
leaving a legacy of friendship, loyalty and his
personal vision.  We owe much to John and
his family, friends, and volunteers that
supported the museum for a number years.  

Our AN-2 N7083D the its sister ship N7083E
that were flown to the U.S.A. in 1993 after a
purchase Mr. Houston arranged in eastern
Europe.

The Rio Hondo collection was a broad
selection of aircraft along with other items
such as the superstructures from two aircraft
carriers: the USS Iwo Jima and USS Cabot.  

The superstructure of the USS Iwo Jima at
Rio Hondo can be seen in the picture.


My Photo Album
Texas Air Museum
West Texas Below
The first Bonanza 1958 J35
Toronto's Tower ahead.
Jim Wolcott in his AN-2