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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N358FE) - Exiting 30L after arrival.
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N358FE)


Exiting 30L after arrival.


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Fantastic image of the finest aircraft that ever took to the air. Not the best or the biggest but the finest, it took my fancy when I was a child plane spotter because it was eyecatching. A tiny six foot man standing next to the nosewheel put the aircraft amongst the Gods, the sheer scale of this machine against this man stole my heart and I retain my love for the Douglas Tri Jets.

Ok must humbly disagree with you. IMHO, The Lockheed TriStar was by far the better looking US built wide body tri-jet.
Mike Boote
I must agree with both of you. I think they were both beauties! And they were both from Southern California. California girls!!
paul gilpin
it's a generational thing. the L-1011 is a malibu. the DC-10 is a SS-396. it's a muscle plane. and yes, i know that is not a term. :):):)
Roy Hunte
That is one awesome shot, the first time I have seen one that I can see the detail of the tail engine!
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