Airlineratings.com has been given an exclusive first look at Boeing’s magnificent new home for its Historical Archives.
Below is a video of just a small part of Boeing’s magnificent collection of models plus some images of the shelving that houses all the other archival materials and millions of images and videos.
Boeing is be congratulated for preserving its history and the company is now in the process of scanning all images and documents.
This is part 1 of a four-part series to follow over the next few days.
The author in the archives
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