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Boeing 737-700 (N774N)


Looks like one of the crew deplaning from Piedmont's "Great Smokies Pacemaker". Note that the thrust reversers are open. GSP, circa early '80's, from a 35mm slide. Many years have passed since I shot this and I never knew until now that Piedmont named its aircraft.


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Gary Schenauer
I recently posted a scan of a B&W pic of a Piedmont F27 I took over 50 years ago, and while looking thru the FA files just now for other photos of old Piedmont fleetbirds I found this one of yours. And that led me to finding all your other posts. Don't know how I'd missed seeing all your great pics from your 35mm slides, Brian, but I sure am glad I discovered them today. These are super excellent shots from the past. All are 5 * clicks, and I send my most sincere Thanks to you for having shared these historical snaps here in FA. if you have any more, I'd certainly enjoy seeing them.
Another great shot Gary...Thanks!
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