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    Default Boeing 747 - Secret Location


    For security reasons i cannot tell you where this is unless you PM me.
    Found this a couple of months ago, and my god, it was one of most amazing experiences of my life doing this.

























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    Not so secret this I reckon....still, a good explore, and some good pics:)
    "You never planned on the bombs in the sand/Or sleeping in your dress blues."

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    welcome to dp jack

    great find fella your just a little bit late this has been splashed all over the net for months, the secret is out so i guess your inbox is safe from overload for the min, but it is a good site to be fair so nice one for gettitng out and having a look

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    I like that cockpit shot - once had the privilige of landing a 747 simulator (not the Microsoft version) :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydealfred View Post
    I like that cockpit shot - once had the privilige of landing a 747 simulator (not the Microsoft version) :)
    ah sorry to go slightly off thread but has any one done the flight sim on google earth, great fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommo View Post
    ah sorry to go slightly off thread but has any one done the flight sim on google earth, great fun
    Wha hey will have to have a go at that
    Last edited by hydealfred; 13th Oct 10 at 21:14.

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    Aye i was the first person to urbex it though! haha. back in may (around then) at least i think.

    Although the pictures some of the other urbex guys have got make mine look like a pile of dog poo lol

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    In South Korea a 747 has been converted into a restaurant that's now abandoned.

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    Oh my word, i'd LOVE to go there!

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