Aviation Photo #1565349 Boeing 707-321 - Pan American World Airways - Pan Am

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Only the cockpit of N714PA (Clipper Golden Eagle) has been preserved. Still, great to see an all analog cockpit! Note that the instruments of engine number 1 look different than the rest. [Canon EOS 400D, EF 17-40mm f/4 L USM lens, Speedlite 580EX II flash]
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    Tony Printezis
    Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
    Boeing 707-321
    Boeing 707-300 (C-18/C-137/E-3/E-6/E-8)
    Boeing 707-300 (C-18/C-137/E-3/E-6/E-8)
    Boeing
    17592
    13
    N714PA
    Windsor Locks (Hartford / Springfield) - Bradley International
    Connecticut
    USA
    July 18, 2009
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Anonymous
11 years ago
Very nice picture! Can anybody explain,why only three engines indication instruments are on the center panel?
Unknown State, USA
5 months ago
Lots of fake instruments in this one but a real Pan Am cockpit. PAA 707 cockpits had that rectangular Automatic Pilot position indicator on the center instrument panel. Most other airlines had a round indicator.

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