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Once the orginal Wunala Dreaming, this ex Qantas 747-400 awaits its turn to meet its ultimate demise at Mojave among a few of its former colleagues.
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    Boeing 747-438
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
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    746
    N954JM
    Mojave
    California
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    December 2015
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Anonymous
3 years ago
Good photo showing the Old Qantas 747-400.What aircraft is that behind the Qantas tail,it looks like a A380 shows 2 rows of windows :0
Anonymous
3 years ago
Plane behind Qantas Tail is a Lufthansa 747-430M (D-ABTD or D-ATBF) - suffers the same fate as D-ABTH
Anonymous
3 years ago
The A380 is too young to be scrapped, it's the front section of a LH 744.

Regards from SAN
Anonymous
3 years ago
Not much more to dream for this old lady. The aircraft behind ex Wunala is another 747, Lufthansa
Anonymous
3 years ago
The arrangement of the second row of windows looks just like the 747 in front of it. It's probably another 747.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Sad to see more and more B747-400 going to the scrap yards. The aircraft behind Qantas 744 is another Lufthansa B747-400 and the one behind it used to be operated by Thai Airways.

Regards,
Sreenivas Subramaniam
Anonymous
3 years ago
All A380 are still flying. Its a B747, and most probably a LH one due to its livery.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Sad pirture... To the visitor of-, the plane behind the Qantas tail seems for me to be another 747. You can see that the upper row of windows ends up just like the other 747's. The front part of the wing is also similar, with 2 headlights and a door where the wing begins
Anonymous
3 years ago
The 748s and 777s are taking over as Boeing's Yellowstone projects go underway. They are phasing out the 747-400s, with them mainly going to cargo companies. Sad to see a bird is in this shape, first go the tri-jets and now the 747s for passenger, R.I.P
Anonymous
3 years ago
Great shot, but these bone-yard photos always make me sad. You can almost see the depression on their faces as they look skyward, longing to return to their previous life, soaring majestically and inspiring humans with their beauty.
Anonymous
3 years ago
It´s always sad to see this, but inevitable.
Anonymous
3 years ago
The Aero California DC-9s miss seeing them on the odd trip to LAX they've been gone too long !

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