Aviation Photo #0213614 Boeing 747-236B - Untitled (British Airways)

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This pic illustrates two interesting details. First, you can clearly see the way BA "disguise" the tails of their retired aircraft by removing the crest and painting out the red stripe. Second, although the 8 retired 747-200s currently stored at Cardiff are all basically intact, this view clearly shows that the starboard inboard engine of G-BDXK has been removed.
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    Chris Sheldon
    Untitled (British Airways)
    Boeing 747-236B
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing
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    G-BDXF
    Cardiff (- Rhoose / Wales)
    Wales
    United Kingdom
    January 13, 2002
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