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More: USA - Virginia, April 8, 2009
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A visitor from - posted Fri October 17, 2014:

A visitor from - posted Tue October 14, 2014:
Nice shot!

A visitor from - posted Mon August 11, 2014:
Love the classics! Wish they are still flying!

A visitor from - posted Thu August 15, 2013:
Quality photography, but I'm just not a fan of shots taken in museums...

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 9, 2013:
Awesome shot of genuine vintage aircraft from boeing, especially the PA clipper in bottom left

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 5, 2013:

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat January 5, 2013:
To the visitor from Germany; don't forget, that 'silvery shining Propjob', the Boeing 307, was the world's first pressurised airliner in service, so I think it changed aviation a fair bit. Also don't forget that the Comet was already cutting times in half before the 707 came along.
Visitor from the UK; technically no, as the Dash-80 was substantially different from the production 707, although the KC-135 is closely related

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri December 2, 2011:
These babies are still airborne in commercial airlines in Iran

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun August 28, 2011:
Beautiful! They should take care of these Boeing airplanes like that in Seattle in the Museum of Flight. Budget I guess.. Never knew they built the dash 80 with a main deck cargo door.

A visitor from - posted Sat June 4, 2011:
I often find more information on the history of the 707 through the internet than in musseums themselves. Therefore, people who are too young or not knowledgeble on planes are not necessarily inspired in those museums. Some poetry ought to be included as well.

A visitor from - posted Sat June 4, 2011:
Beautiful ¡¡¡. I love the brightness of the fuselage

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat June 4, 2011:
Beautiful shapes.

A visitor from Germany posted Mon May 3, 2010:
It's not awesome, doesn't frighten anyone, but its truely remarkable how this brown and yellow beauty changed Aviation by splitting flying times in half, compared to the silvery shining Propjob in the lower left.

A visitor from - posted Thu February 18, 2010:
Thats awesome....youve even capturted the people looking at it whizzing by....10/10

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