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Boeing 747-200 (B-7470)

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On display at Museum of flight, Seattle, USA. Boeing's first ever B747.

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Mike Rsx
Superb Shot, Iconic Aircraft.
Bob Hackney
"On display at Museum of flight, Seattle, USA. Boeing's first ever B747" is NOT a -200 Model 747. The VERY FIRST 747 s/n RA 001 is in fact a 747-100. The -200s came on board a few years later!!!
Bob Hackney
Also, the 737 is a model -100 & might even be the 1st one of those ...probably could caption this as "1969 Big & Little Boeing Brothers"
ANDREW HULTON
what kind of plane is the little one?
Colton Fletcher
the comparison in size of the two is pretty crazy
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