Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • David Lednicer
    Untitled
    Boeing 737-8AS
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing 737-800 (BBJ2/C-40/P-8)
    Boeing
    33591
    1894
    Snohomish
    Washington
    USA
    February 5, 2006
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#1151556
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December 12, 2006
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A 737-800 fuselage enroute from Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita to the Boeing factory in Renton (in the same train as cn 32669/1895). First flight of this aircraft was March 2, 2006 and it is now registered EI-DLI. [Canon PowerShot S2 IS]
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Comments (18)

Anonymous
9 years ago
I`ve never seen this before.. Great shot, 5 stars!
Anonymous
9 years ago
It's awesome to finally see what a Boeing fuselage looks like on the transport train.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Grikey, Don't let O'Leary see this. He'll order them without windows next. :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
I'll remember to avoid this aircraft!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Where's the wings gone!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Whoa, that's rare
Anonymous
8 years ago
Add a bridge and a propeller in the back, and you have a Boeing Submarine B-U73!
Anonymous
8 years ago
A great picture... If it is indeed a -8AS model 737, than it most likely will end up with Ryan Air...
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's something you don't see around that much! It looks very different from the "airport-spotting" sort of photograph... very interesting!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Planes trains but no automobiles :(
Anonymous
7 years ago
Lol thats a funny picture because if i were boeing i would try to figure some way to get the plane covered from taggers 5*
Anonymous
6 years ago
It is a Ryanair aircraft! :D
Anonymous
6 years ago
Clearly indicates that aircraft is a flying tube.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I take it this train was not allowed to stop
Anonymous
5 years ago
If that train's tracks make a steep turn
they could end up with a lot of dammage looking
to the overhang the fusealage has!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Boy, David sure does manage to come up with some fabulous "vantage" points to get his pics!
(Check out the one of the A-12 in the museum!)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Vow!!!!Photo taken on February 5, 2006 and first flight of this bird on March 2, 2006. Boeing sure has a superfast assembly line for B737.
Anonymous
4 years ago
I live near here and you can see 737 fuselages regularly on the trains - usually a couple at a time. The fuselage is small enough to fit through the long Stevens Pass tunnel, at which point is an underground airplane.