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[[image - drawing of cabin of an aerial ship - large rectangle with a trapezoid attached on each end of the rectangle]]

Length 120 ft [[arrows indicating length of rectangle]]
Width 80 ft [[arrows indicating width of rectangle]]
Total length 200 ft
Scale about 1/2 inch to 10 ft.

[[smaller rectangle drawn inside of larger rectangle]]

70 ft long
12 " [[ditto for ft]] high
10 " [[ditto for ft]] wide

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