Weekly Photo Challenge – Launch

Posted: January 6, 2012 in Weekly Photo Challenge
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Did you ever see a 747 launch off the top of a building?  Talk about a short runway!  This retired 747 is a part of a new water slide at a the Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnville, Oregon, USA.  Here is a video of how they got that huge plane up there.  It’s part of a water amusement park that is next to their aviation and space  museum.

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  1. […] see the Boeing 747 and the waterslide in progress, see Chris’s blog Weekly Photo Challenge – Launch.  Chris also has a link on her blog showing how they got the 747 on top of the building. Lunar […]

  2. Sunshine says:

    Nice one~ I just came from Cee’s blog and thought I would stop here and bring you the seven by seven: http://wp.me/p1RzUf-sW
    Thanks!

  3. jakesprinter says:

    Total launch for this week theme Chris 🙂

  4. Great photo and what an incredible feat of crane work!

  5. pegbur7 says:

    That is totally awesome. I’ve seen helicopters atop buildings but can’t say I’ve ever seen a 747 on a building. I guess I can cross that off my “bucket list”! LOL

  6. My first thought was “What the?!” Bet that is a crazy fun water park. Margie

  7. Northern Narratives says:

    Wow. A water slide. That must be fun.

    I also think the National Rent a Fence sign is pretty funny 🙂

  8. for a second I thought it was a real plane takin off!!

  9. Maggie L R says:

    great launch photo

  10. Amar Naik says:

    nice interpretation

  11. Jo Bryant says:

    fantastic photo – so different

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  13. […] I asked Chris last night what I should do for my Theme Tuesday.  She thought I should do wheels.  At first I didn’t think I had a lot other than cars, but….. As you can tell, I had one or two up my sleeve.  The wheel with my pug, Shadow, was on a 747 that was on display at Evergreen Aviation Museum.  That 747 is now on top of a building at the Museum and is used as a water slide.  (see Chris’s blog showing the 747) […]

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