Aviation Photo #0992337 Boeing 727-231/Adv(RE) Super 27 - Untitled (Allegro Air)

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Alternative view of the Hamilton Yard showing all the goodies plus the beautiful mountain backdrop that awaits all enthusiasts who make this journey.
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    Derek Hellmann
    Untitled (Allegro Air)
    Boeing 727-231/Adv(RE) Super 27
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing
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    Tucson - International (Municipal No.2)
    Arizona
    USA
    December 21, 2005
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Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice pic .... not sure I'd call a fleet of planes awaiting scrap 'goodies'; I think it's a very sad sight!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very sad to see those 727's waiting for their destiny, unfortunately the progress and the technology don't forgive or care about the beauty of an airliner
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful picture of the goodies which in fact are oldies. They made a lot of fun flying, but now they cost a lot of money to operate and require richies to fly them
Anonymous
11 years ago
Sad to see the old T N T 727 there I worked with them for a few years. Great aircraft to work with.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hmmm...I wonder where I parkt my plane?!
Anonymous
11 years ago
What a puzzle!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I really love this picture. All those great aircraft are there :D. I want to find out where you can buy any of those planes or atleast look at how much they'd cost :D. Anyways great capture looking forward to seeing more shots.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice picture! Does anyone know what type the grey plane at the bottom of the picture between is btw?
Anonymous
11 years ago
TALK ABOUT A USED CAR LOT.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot. C-130 Grey plane at the bottom.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Think how many they'd have to move if someone wanted to get the TNT 727 at the bottom out ... I guess somne of them (such as the CFM engined 737s) will see further service, but sad that the 727s have probably flown their last. What is that military transport whose fuselage is between the buildings at the bottom?
Anonymous
11 years ago
I hope they donĀ“t get the axe. T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Oh, my... What a mess...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow...is it a free parking service? because all airplanes are parked as if the airport is theirs
Anonymous
11 years ago
Makes me really sad....I've worked there many times over the years. I miss those times terribly. Tucson holds many bittersweet memories for me. This picture makes me cry.

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