Formerly HC-BVT, which is still displayed on the nose wheel door. N914PG is hand applied on the lower rear fuselage. The sun sets on this airframe, probably not just in the meteorological sense.
Seen parked early morning with 737-200 N703S behind. Originally delivered to Luxair as LX-LGR in August 1995. Later carried registrations G-GFFE with British Airways and N541AS for Sierra Pacific.
This former Flying Hospital machine, previously registered P4-MED, has been stored at Tucson for years. Seen here at sunset, she has recently been sold to Tristar History and Preservation Inc.
The Rolls Royce classic 747 engine testbed (previously registered VR-HIA, B-HIA and TF-ATD), seen here with one modern Trent 1000 engine dwarfing the other three RB211 engines.
Seen engineless in the evening sunshine, with the rear stairs open. Future registration N964CE is currently reserved with the FAA for this airframe.