PIA B747-200 BIG MODEL in Madurodam-Little Holland

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Aer Pakistan
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PIA B747-200 BIG MODEL in Madurodam-Little Holland

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I been to ams on new year and what i found ???

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Wow its beautiful.
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Post by samee380 »

Impressive!

Very nice!
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Post by cpt_747 »

Wait a minute...

Do these aircraft actually move? Because I can see some wheel marks on the Taxiway and two different locations of KLM (in pic 4 & 6).
If they do move, is it being done manually or are they battery operated? :?

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Post by arifm »

dear guys,

great shots..
it remembers me when i went to Madurodam ( The Hague ) in 1994.
Actually I live here in Holland.

I was 4 years old and I still have a good memory when I went there with my parents.
That PIA you've photographed is the same PIA model 14 years back.
And I still remember I said to my mom ( I WANT THAT BIG MODEL ) :D :D :D :D :D :D

The planes do move and they are automatic I think.
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Post by PK777 »

WOW!! Awesome!

As for the KLM 744, yes it is moving, if you notice on the tarmac there is a small track that is joined the front wheel of the KLM to it. I think that small piece of track move pulling the 744 along. PIA and the other aircraft are stationary.

Where is this? I would love to visit it!
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Post by PIAforME »

If u find the fun park in google earth, just by typing its name in the find field it will show up.

The PIA747 is the plane parked to furthest to the right on the apron.
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Post by PK777 »

OR better yet... go to this Youtube video and watch it! :)

The PIA model appears in the seventh minute. :wink:


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