Aviation Photo #1232203 Boeing 747-267B - Rolls-Royce

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    Royal S King
    Rolls-Royce
    Boeing 747-267B
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
    Boeing 747-200 (C-25/E-4)
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    N787RR
    Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field
    Washington
    USA
    July 2007
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Comments (15)

Anonymous
10 years ago
That engine is huge! I don't think left turns will be a problem!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow, I never realized 787's engine is so much bigger than the 747's! Great photo!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice pic to compare its size!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Look at the size of that sucker. Great shot btw.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is a very interesting picture. i like the boeing 747 200 better then the 747 400

~cj
Anonymous
10 years ago
That's a great comparison between the 747 and 787 engines! They're huge!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Stunning and captivating!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Fantastic!! i love the difference size difference between the two engines.
Anonymous
10 years ago
WOW! Best shot and unique! Never know that RR has a plane!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I like the registration on this bird. N787RR heeey false advertising! :)
Anonymous
10 years ago
No problem turning right either...with all that thrust.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Now,That's a classic shot!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Love the full shots of the big jets, actually full view of any plane is always better. You appreciate the perspective more. This pic gives a sense of the magnitude of that big boy.
Anonymous
10 years ago
What is that plane in the background?
Anonymous
7 years ago
That plane in the backround looks like a boeing 777-200f built with 2 or 3 different materials at the same time. i take ques from the height of the tail and the size of the engine compared to the over-all length and diameter of the aircraft. and one more thing. the wing tends to sag a little more than most aircraft wings at the time. 5ive *tars for the S-king

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