Miami’s Classic Airlines recalled at HistoryMiami

Travel for Aircraft

25° 46′ 28″ N/ 80° 11′ 47″ W

HistoryMiami, Miami’s history museum, recalls the city’s airline aviation history in the permanent exhibit areas with two spectacular Pan Am clipper ship cutaway models (one of a 747 and the other a Stratocruiser section work) as well as the title piece of the former Pan Am HQ building in New York. A globe used by Eastern Airlines, which was HQ-ed in Miami, is also displayed.

blog B747 20160708_115540 Pan Am Boeing 747 clipper ship cutaway model, circa 1970—Joseph May:Travel for Aircraft

blog PAA 20160708_115726-1 From the Pan Am Building (now owned by MetLife) in the Big Apple, circa 1963—Joseph May:Travel for Aircraft

blog B747 20160708_121124 Overall view of the Pan Am Boeing 747 clipper ship cutaway model, circa 1970—Joseph May:Travel for Aircraft

blog B747 20160708_121124-1 What we love about models, seeing the angles we don’t usually enjoy viewing, in this case of the Pan Am Boeing 747 clipper ship cutaway model, circa 1970—Joseph…

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