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Rare Birds And Vintage Airport Pics

Mon Dec 08, 2003 5:30 am

I feel these would be excellent contributions to Airliners.net.

Early DC-8 passenger cabin: (curtains on windows) like this rare one
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Photo © Michael Carter



MIA airport terminal shots prior to 1990.
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Photo © Allan Rossmore



Lockheed Electra passenger cabin pics.

Prototype photos/artwork of:
Boeing 2707
Boeing HSCT (1990's)
Lockheed's SST- 1960's/1970's

Proposed MD12 This one was a 4 hole big boy resembling the A380. Had two levels of windows. I saw this image way back prior to Mc Donnel Douglass being merged into Boeing.

And, the Eastern Airlines livery that never was.
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