Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Harri Koskinen
    Untitled
    Boeing 727-256/Adv
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing 727-200 (C-22)
    Boeing
    20817
    1009
    EC-CFG
    Madrid - Cuatro Vientos
    Spain
    December 1, 2006
  • 289

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#1160936
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January 06, 2007
Caption
Nose section is preserved at Museo del Aire together with the nose section of former Iberia DC-9-32 EC-BYE. [Nikon D200]
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1024px
Height
683px

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Comments (17)

Anonymous
9 years ago
Haha now that's an interesting shot! What did these airliners do wrong to be placed on the scaffold? ;-)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very nice !
Anonymous
9 years ago
Ay? Lol Great Photo, nice idea!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Lol, funny shot! I must visit this museum..well I'm from Spain. If everything is so funny as this shot...!
Anonymous
9 years ago
:D Thanks for such an amusing shot!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
737 had the same nose that the 727, nice photo!
Anonymous
7 years ago
707 , 727 and 737 share same type of nose, very unique shot...!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very funny
Anonymous
7 years ago
At first I thought the 727 was a 737... they have the same noses. Exactly the same.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Where did you find this?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Haha! An interesting shot!~
Anonymous
6 years ago
Yes, very interesting!
Anonymous
6 years ago
727: hey 9, it seems were done.
DC-9: sure is 72.
Anonymous
6 years ago
DC-9: Its another fine mess you've gotten us into.
727: [Smiles sheepishly]
Anonymous
5 years ago
These planes must be thinking " why did i have to be put in the stocks?" Ha Ha!
Anonymous
5 years ago
DC-9: "Ouch! My neck hurts, 72! When is our time in the stocks gonna be up?" 727: "I don't know, but it better be soon!"
Anonymous
2 years ago
Looks like hunting trophys.