Aviation Photo #1356002: - - -


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Radek Oneksiak
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    Roswell - Industrial Air Center
    New Mexico
    USA
    April 16, 2007
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Comments (23)

Anonymous
8 years ago
That's a lot of parked jets!
Anonymous
8 years ago
This pic make me so sad! All this giants are dead!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I want at least one of those jets at my garden.
Anonymous
8 years ago
They parked the 727s right next to the UFO.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Sad to see all those ATA L-1011's parked. They will be missed. Great photo...brings back some memories of the good ol days!
Anonymous
8 years ago
The DC-8 turns 50 at the end of May, and our UPS Dispatch paper said UPS has 46, of which 40 were still flying. I count 5 airframes here and then I would guess the last frame is the one that caught fire a year or two ago. Cool photo cause I was trying to figure out where the other airframes were at!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Please tell me the jets are not parked right next to runway 12!!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Oh my god! a kind of photo like this, with all those beautiful jets that lived years ago is sooooo hurting! it's sad.
Anonymous
8 years ago
It breaks my heart.... :(:(:(
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very sad, because planes are happiest in the air!
Anonymous
8 years ago
What a strange runway, surrounded by approx 86 aircrafts!!! I guess UFO are using this one because no human would take-off or land there...a very strange field...Roswell...
Anonymous
8 years ago
I'll take an L1011, couple'a 727s, and maybe a nice MD80 please. :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Good grief, look at all the AA MD80s back there. I had no idea they had already gotten rid of so many planes. And those Delta MD11s, too! Oh, a very sad scene.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Sooo many beautiful planes! this photo makes me really sad knowing most of these planes will likely never fly again, wish i could get a hold of a few and restore them to their former glory!
Anonymous
8 years ago
That little ups 727 in the top left is sexy!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I said trick or treat, they gave me a 727
Anonymous
8 years ago
Also a lot of AA MD-80's! Great photo indeed, thanks.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I would love some of those planes to have a small airline. So sad. Can we buy some?
Anonymous
8 years ago
As a current American Airlines employee, seeing 24 AA MD-80's waiting for the "Junkman" really is a sad sight! Most if not all are the ex-TWA aircraft that AA put down I'm sure.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I didnt think American was retiring MD-80s yet also I didnt know Kitty Hawk was getting rid of their 727s and Ups has two of their 727s painted in the new livery... what a waste of money!! sad to see those aircraft in that state !
Anonymous
8 years ago
There's four of my Kitty Hawk birds... so sad... Nice photo! I can't believe those MD11's are still sitting there - and one in WIDGET colors too!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I've counted (not included three planes placed far away of RWY12): 22 MD-80, 24 B727, 5 Douglas DC-8, 1 B757, 3 B747, 2 B737, 12 L-1011, 3 DC-10 and 3 MD-11. The Widget colors broke my heart!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I'd like to work in a place like that.