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Boeing 727-100 (N7001U)

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Bob Hackney
Looking GR8 after the last Flight & settling in for Display
Robert Spearman
Good to see bit of past history.
Yvon Dionne
When and where was this photo taken?
iFlyGr8
This is the museum of flight in Seattle Washington, Boeing field (BFI)
Ron Stanton
Hush kits developed by Federal Express are mounted on the engine tail pipes.
Doug Cook
I wanna walk down that Connie aisle! Those canisters at forward gear for leaks?
PIZZICO
two planes, at various times, have made the history of civil aviation
lordfarringdon
That B727 was a classy little airliner. I flew as military aircrew on her younger United sisters N7435U and N7438U (both B727-100Qc's after they were sold and became NZ7271 and NZ7272 respectively. Great aircraft.
CyranoSmith
@ Doug Cook - agreed!
lordfarringdon
Doug Cook

I think those canisters may be concrete filled ballast drums to hold the Connie's nose down. No fuel, people (like yourself) taking that walk down the aisle to the back of the aircraft, and a gust of wind might be all it takes to point poor old Connie skyward again...but in a bad way...
Roy Hunte
I think you're right lordfarringdon.
Not standard equipment, but for safety.
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