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    Far from the ORDinary Pt2: T3 to Take-off

    Part 2 of my Chicago O'Hare visit takes me through T3 and then back to T1 for take-off:

    https://www.yesterdaysairlines.com/m...-t1c-departure

    Chicago O'Hare International Airport Overview by rstretton, on Flickr

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    Very impressive, like I said before. I didn't know how big ORD really was until I read your review. Aviation overload I am sure.



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    That's a great photo. I visited ORD back in 1989. I had joined BA the year before and as soon as my staff travel entitlement became available I jumped on a flight to O'Hare for a few days plane spotting and photography. There were still 727-100s and DC-8s coming and going then. BA were operating 747 Classics back then and G-AWNE was the allocated aircraft both on the flight out and the return.
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