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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZJ_JP_BWMAIN_small1.jpgThis photo is very special. The 757 makes one final stop at Woolman Place (note the green sign. C.E. Woolman was the founder of Delta) before proceeding to rest for its remaining years in the museum. Seen on the left is the DC9-50, which has already made the street crossing
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZI_JP_small1~0.jpgMy favorite shot of the 757/DC9 move to the museum photo shoot is this one as the sun was coming up early in the morning, the light conditions were just perfect and the FLY DELTA JETS sign and tower were still very much standing out
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DELTA_747-400_N661US_ATL_0416_25_JP_small.jpgN661US is finally home at the Delta Museum where she will be loved by many for years to come
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DELTA_747-400_N661US_ATL_0416__17_JP_small.jpgThis is a very special 747. It is the first 747-400 off the production line, delivered to Northwest Airlines April 29, 1988. April 29th 2016 is the last night the airplane would ever spend on an airport ramp, the next morning it was moved over to the museum across the street

Sorry about the watermark it is automatically applied to every photo in that spot
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZT_JP_small.jpgYou won't see a large commercial airliner on a city street very often
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414D_JP_small.jpgThis photograph was taken the evening before the following day's move of these two beauties to the museum across the street
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAN_JP_small.jpgThe Delta 757 which sits in front of the museum in Atlanta atl is seen here on the North side of ATL the day before being moved over to the museum for permanent display
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414ZZB_JP_HDR_small.jpgThe DC9 is about to go over the pedestrian curb as the 757 awaits its turn to do the same
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AMERICAN_737-800_N887NN_ATL_414N_AVART_JP_small.jpgDelta 757 and DC9 share the ramp at Landmark Aviation on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport on the final night that the two Delta jets are going to be on airport grounds (in the morning they were both towed over to the Delta museum)
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZM_JP_smallCR2.jpgYou won't see a 757 going over a pedestrian curb too often, that I can assure you.
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414small.jpgThe 757 is displayed in front of the two museum hangars for the one and only time ever before being positioned at the entrance to the museum across the parking lot
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DELTA_757-200_N608DL_ATL_414_AA_JP_small.jpgC.E. Woolman was the founder of Delta Air Lines. The Delta 757 passes Woolman Pl. on the way to its retirement in the Delta Museum
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZB_JP_small.jpgThe 757 and DC9 are displayed on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport in the early morning hours before their final move across the street to the Delta Museum
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414M_JP_small.jpgFinal night on airport ramp for this Delta 757-200. Seen in the distance are the Fly Delta Jets sign over Tech Ops Center and the lit up FAA control tower
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414A_JP_small.jpgPhotographed during the last night this DC9 will ever spend on an airport ramp. In the morning, it will be moved to the Delta museum where it will be placed on 3 concrete pads in the grass as an exhibit
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