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| A visitor from - posted Tue April 30, 2013:|
It is a historical photograph
no words can't describe how this is
| A visitor from - posted Tue February 14, 2012:|
I had flown on all four of these beautiful birds. Oh the memories that I still have of the great Pan Am in the 70's and early 80's
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat January 28, 2012:|
You seem to have a knack for photographing doomed airliners, here you have the two Panam 747's, and another photo you also have the LOT Ilyushin. Great photos
| A visitor from - posted Thu December 16, 2010:|
I live near to Clipper Maid of the Seas final resting place, it's haunting to see her back when she was still in use, such a tragic waste
| A visitor from Brazil posted Thu March 11, 2010:|
We sure miss Pan Am, once the world
| A visitor from United States posted Wed June 3, 2009:|
Truly a photo full of forboding. That's an awful lot of airliner to write off.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Fri March 27, 2009:|
Haunting image. RIP
| A visitor from Sri Lanka posted Sun October 21, 2007:|
The grey weather does set the tone for this photo. A truly memmorable shot. Who would've thought the two aircrafts parked side by side would both crash, claiming hundreds of lives...
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue November 14, 2006:|
Such a shame what had happened to Pan Am. I mean, not really the airline fault… They could be the largest airline in the world today.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed June 7, 2006:|
What are the chances, both of these imfamous Pan Am 747s in the same photo and parked right next to one another. The gloomy weather does indeed set the tone.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri December 9, 2005:|
How could you have known that half of the Pan Am 747's in that photo would be destroyed in accidents? very moving picture, with the planes and the weather...