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| A visitor from - posted Mon December 17, 2012:|
Painting area wow!!
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed August 8, 2012:|
This engines so huge! Beautiful!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue April 26, 2011:|
Now thats a hangar!
| A visitor from - posted Thu January 20, 2011:|
| A visitor from United States posted Wed September 15, 2010:|
My future dream home. Excelent
| A visitor from - posted Wed September 15, 2010:|
I like how the lights from the ceiling are shining on the Triple 7's wings.
| A visitor from Mexico posted Mon September 13, 2010:|
GEAT PICTURE..... GREAT PLANE....!!!!!
| A visitor from Japan posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
The clarity of the picture.Wetting the
cement adds to the reflection.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
WOW this picture is beautiful! I really wish i was standing where you were!!
| A visitor from Qatar posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
Excellent lighting and framing. Love the light reflection on the nose.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
WOW - A TERRIFIC PICTURE.
| A visitor from Belgium posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
Knowing the size of a B772, the hangar must be huge! Great picture!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
Wow... stunning view
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 12, 2010:|
WOW! What a lovely shot. I wish I worked in such a cool hangar.
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