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Late 1950's And 1960's Era Airline Interiors

Sat Aug 25, 2007 7:08 am

Hi, I as you may have guessed from my user name, I am very interested in commercial aviation from the late 50's and 60's. This website has a wonderfull database for exterior photographs of aircraft from that time, but there are very few photographs of the insides of the aircraft. I have a general idea of what aircraft interiors from then were like (such as the widespread use of open overhead storage racks), but I am curious what the different interiors of specific airlines were like. I know what the cockpits were like because I have seen many photographs of them, and have been in a few in museums. So far, I have been unable to find photographs of them in books, or on other websites. Does anyone know where I may find some?

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