Spotting @ KVCV

So this is not exactly spotting, since this place was more of a plane graveyard than an active airport. Other than the few military jets that took off every now and then. Anyways, here is Southern California Logistics airport!

A torn apart Boeing 777

A broken down Boeing 727 (In pictures)

A very old American Airlines Boeing 737


2 classic Boeing 737-400s

An Avianca A330 just painted

A 747 owned by GE, being tested

A demolished Delta Boeing 727
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With that concludes an amazing experience in Victorville, California.

DO NOT USE THESE WITHOUT MY PERMISSION

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This is quite depressing. I guess all good things must come to an end.

Nice photos.

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You’ve actually made me cry

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Have you ever considered watermarking all of your own wonderful personal images instead of posting a notice?

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This is so sad… All of the dead planes…

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It is sad, but was cool to see some of these planes up close.

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Thank you, I drove for about 4 hours today…

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How did you gain access to take these photos?

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I actually did not gain any access, a lot of these were shot through fences.

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wow they look really close

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These photos are always sad. Particularly the classic aircraft, and aircraft that have just been taken out of service. I’m wondering why the GE 747 is parked at the airport?

I could be wrong, but that looks like a 767 nose and fuselage. It does look very old (and sad).

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What camera did you use?

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Beautiful pictures of once (and still are) beautiful aircraft!

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The Nikon D3300 camera.

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You should have went in for a foam in the American airlines Boeing 737 with the door open, if someone comes hide in. The lavatory

lol, there were people literally outside of it.

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Ok,. It would be fun

That doesn’t look like a 737…

I only showed the nose, if you were to fully look at it, it looked like a 737-800.

These are some great birds here mate!

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