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BOEING 747-100 (N735PA) - Melbourne, Tullamarine, May 30, 1982.  Early morning arrival.
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BOEING 747-100 (N735PA)

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Melbourne, Tullamarine, May 30, 1982. Early morning arrival.

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Darryl Sarno
Wow! Great shot and history Gavin! I miss Pan Am gracing the skies.
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Thanks Darryl. I dare say there many who'd agree with your sentiment.
mike prendergast
Funky Shot Gavin-Probably flew on these birds as a Roadie!!
mike prendergast
Funky Photo Gavin probably flew on these Birds as a Roadie!!
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Thanks Mike, might even have been on this one then.
Tom Vance
Classic!! 5x Gavin,,,I never saw this at SFO and the 2 QANTAS tails make this a super classic photo
Greg Byington
Nice shot, Gavin! Brings back memories of multiple trips across the Atlantic on Pan Am 747s.
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Tom and Greg - thank you guys.
Gary Schenauer
Geez, I miss Pan Am. Always a First Class airline. (But the PAA ladies were a bit snooty. Always provided superior cabin service - but - tended to "cater" to the $$$ men. Not actually unfriendly to anyone, but stayed aloof from the average guys. But I gotta say -- all were VERY easy on the eyes. For SURE!!) (lol)
John Giambone
Back in the good Old Days! Wish I could go back in time with the cameras I have now!
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Hi John - don't we all!

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