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Location: Tacoma WA US
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Control cables and rods inside the left landing gear bay of a Boeing 727 at the Museum of Flight Restoration Center, Everett, WA
· Date: Tue 18-February-2014 · Views: 988 · Filesize: 163.1KB, 974.5KB · Dimensions: 1500 x 750 ·
Keywords: airplane, 727, controls
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Captain Rich


Location: Savannah GA US
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Wed 19-February-2014 07:11

Very interesting Mick! I sure hope it doesn't still have a valid Airworthiness Certificate. That's a great museum, by the way.
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Thu 20-February-2014 08:36

I doubt it, Rich. At least one of teh engines is missing!