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More: USA - Washington, October 14, 2003
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N7470 (cn 20235/1) The main four-wheel bogie undercarriage assembly of the first Boeing 747 which was rolled out of the Everett, Washington factory on September 30th 1968. Going by the inscription on the tires it looks like they have been around a while
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