The Boeing Collection
From a collection of some 500 Boeing slides that I’ve had scanned from my archives. Hope they will provide some enjoyment and nostalgia from a bygone age.
Seen on short finals at Paris Orly – one of just six Boeing 737-200s that Royal Air Maroc flew in the 1970s and 80s, 7T-VEJ was delivered in 1976 and flew its entire life with the airline. The 727s were the scheduled type on flights into my home airport of Heathrow, but on occasion they used their 737s which made a welcome change when they turned up.
CN-RMJ ‘Oujda’ c/n 21215 – Boeing 737-2B6 was delivered new to Royal Air Maroc on 22nd Mar 1976. The aircraft flew with the airline for an impressive 23 years before being withdrawn and stored at Geneva in 1999, where it was eventually broken up.
Taken with a Soviet made Zenith TTL camera and 300mm lens. From an original slide, scanned and restored.
You can see a random selection of my aviation memories here: www.flickriver.com/photos/heathrowjunkie/random/
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