Aviation Photo #2178915 Boeing 707-3... - Trans World Airlines - TWA

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    Rainer Bexten
    Trans World Airlines - TWA
    Boeing 707-3...
    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)
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    Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal)
    Arizona
    USA
    February 29, 2012
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Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like someone is collecting... PanAm, TWA, Tradewinds, ElAl...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Fantastic. I know it's sad to remember all those beautiful 707 workhorses, but what a wonderful tribute!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow. So I'm guessing here from left to right...Pan Am, TWA, I don't know, I don't know, TWA, TWA, Boeing, Boeing, El Al, I don't know, and Tradewinds? If only these guys could tell their stories....
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow now those are some sweet tails.
Great collection of carriers.
Anonymous
6 years ago
They look like shark fins that have been cut off. Like sharks, the plane can't survive without it's vertical stabilizer.
Anonymous
6 years ago
This is by far the most intense photo of a graveyard. Simply devastating to those who loved the 707.
Anonymous
6 years ago
My favourite aircafts has been throrn into pieces :(
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow! From Pan Am, TWA, El AL, CAAC and many others I don't recognize. T.B.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Everything in life has an end
Anonymous
6 years ago
I want one in my bedroom!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Interesting shot. Great perspective.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The vertical stabilizer of the 707 is so unique, that one can regognize it right away! I love this aircraft, and it makes me sad to realize, that each of these stabilizers stands for one scrapped bird...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Now that's a great picture of tail... Good Collection! --DtD
Anonymous
6 years ago
What an awesome display of airline history, like flags of Nations(airlines).
Anonymous
6 years ago
What a great documentary of defunct airlines.
We were proud of PAN AM, TWA, the old EL AL, the old B-line and on it goes.
They provided excellent service to the public and if still alife and kicking are down to minimum service for maximum prices.
By the way, at those times the vertical tails wre still of aluminum and not plasticfibres.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I want the Pan Am one.
Anonymous
6 years ago
A great artistic shot. Actually quite epic because the lines are blurred between aviation and art. Well done.

Anonymous
6 years ago
That is a really cool picture. Neat to see diverse tails.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Gee! there's a new hobby or is there a bounty on those like there was on the tongues of foxes!
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's like a record of the airlines that have flown the 707. They should place all these tails in a museum like this!
Anonymous
6 years ago
The fifth from left is an ATA Airlines vertical stabilizer, FYI. Formerly known as America Trans Air.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like hunting trophys.
Georgia, USA
2 years ago
My guess is Turkish THY, ? , Pan Am,TWA, Omega Air, ATA, TWA, TWA, Jet24, Jet24, El Al, ? ,Tradewinds, TWA.

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