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McDonnell Douglas MD-88

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C Anderson
Nice composition. Awesome photo.
Les Anderson
Anyone know where it is please.
HAKLSPhoto Uploader
@Les Anderson: It's in Boston, MA
Steve Emery
Well, it could be Boston but the tall building in the right foreground with the pointy roof looks very much like the Smith Tower in Seattle, WA.
jim gevay
It is Boston, the tall older building on the right that Steve is talking about is the Custom House. It's a building where sea Captains used to have to pay their custom fees. It's a hotel now, I stayed there a few years ago.
CDBrozovich
Definitely not the Smith Tower. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/f/2011/237/b/6/smith_tower_sunset_by_thatfunk-d47uvtq.jpg">http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/f/2011/237/b/6/smith_tower_sunset_by_thatfunk-d47uvtq.jpg</a>
john cook
Wow Big differences
rmmiles
It is boston. I used to live on the 18th floor of the left tower, Harbor Towers II.
Loyd Enochs
As mentioned by others, it is unmistakably Boston and its Customs House.<br /><br />Great photo - marvelous composition - kudos!
trentcrow
If you look at the exhaust and the exhaust trails, that's a MD90 out of boston. Exhausts are much larger than the engines on the 88

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