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Every time again-it's a sad view.(NIKON D70)
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Photo Added: April 17, 2006

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Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice photo Linze!
I see that old C-GCPN green zipper is still there.
Richard

Anonymous
11 years ago
What will happen to the engines? Reminds me of the dummy planes they use for fire drill exercise.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wouldn't those Air Canada 767-200s make good freighter converts???! Great shot.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hope they can get a new owner soon. Those 767-200s look in very good condition and airworthy. What a sad view really. T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Well guys, let's be honest, it's nothing more but a bunch of sheetmetal pressed into aerodynamic shapes, put in a relatively dry place to prevent premature corrosion. dry up your tears, will ya!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I was just there standing outside the perimeter fence last week. Very cool to see this here now. Anyone know if those (AC?) 767's are coming or going? And the DC9's?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Yes, very sad....
Anonymous
11 years ago
Its very sad
Anonymous
11 years ago
Something different, than flying planes.
Greetings Ed
Anonymous
11 years ago
It's sad to see this kind of picture, I myself was sadden. But that is life we have to move on for the better & economical planes. How I wish I could go to that dessert and feel the planes even for the last time.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Interesting picture! I like to see how these old planes are stored and protected againsts the elements. I guess the desert environment is pretty good to machines and only the cockpits windows and engines needs to be covered up! And yes I agree....these are just *machines* but my cousin gets emotional over cars (another peice of metal on four bits of round rubber!) so I guess I can understand hee hee hee!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot! AC 767s are staying and are in pax config.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very Sad, just remember that most of them will be part of other planes.
Anonymous
10 years ago
You got that right... very sad. What is that makes us sad about seeing these machines parked in dry parking lots. Just nuts and bolts wires and metal... But still tough to see.
Anonymous
8 years ago
It's sad to see all those planes stuck and unoperative
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great picture! The boneyard is so empty compared to today. Hopefully pictures like this will soon replace pictures of packed lands of parked airplanes.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Are those 767-200ER's?
Anonymous
2 years ago
Cool picture! But if this makes you sad, you may have an emotional disorder...

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