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Photo ID: 1010144
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Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, February 19, 2006
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N6937C (cn 4830) A rather rare sight. One of the last remaining flyable Connie's showoff her #1 engine and the #2 engine mount. Her #2 engine self destructed and caused damage that is being repaired here. Soon she will return to the sky.
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Photo ID: 0826945
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Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, April 16, 2005
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N6937C (cn 4830) A close view of some very important buttons and switches for the Connie's Fight Engineer. Note the "feather" switches behind a protective lexan shield. This aircraft still flies around the US.
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Photo ID: 0826943
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Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, April 16, 2005
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N6937C (cn 4830) The rear of the "Save -a-Connie" foundation TWA configured aircraft with the new *ahem* working facilities. The crew jumpseat is on the wall with the intercom phone. This is a wonderful working aircraft with her equally wonderful crew at their hangar at MKC.
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Photo ID: 0826717
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Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, April 16, 2005
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N6937C (cn 4830) The seating on the TWA Connie was bi-directional and as you can see quite spacious. This young lady seemed quite comfortable looking out of the window. At the far end of the isle is the cockpit.This bird still flies with the wonderful folks at the Airline History Museum.
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Photo ID: 0736542
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Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, November 24, 2004
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N6937C (cn 4830) The forward cockpit of the Connie. Note the Engineer's station on the the right and the Captain & Co-Pilot seats. On the floor by the Flight Engineer's seat is the rotary selector switchs for the engine analyzer, which would - for example - display when you lost a cylinder.
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Photo ID: 0729210
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Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
Kansas City - Downtown (Municipal) (MKC / KMKC)
USA - Missouri, November 2004
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N6937C (cn 4830) Closeup of an operational Wright R3350-42 engine.The rated horsepower was 3400 brake horsepower. These engines were equipped with three power recovery turbines in the exhaust systems. Each turbine could recover up to 240 horsepower at altitude. This aircraft is owned and flown by the Airline History Museum (Save A Connie).
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