BAC One Eleven: Passenger Seats

This week, I’m sharing some more of my shots from Scotland’s National Museum of Flight, at East Fortune Airfield, to share with you. Mrs H and I spent a day there a couple of years ago, and we had a great time wandering through the four hangars photographing the static displays inside.

One of the static displays outside is the BAC One Eleven, and you’re allowed on board to see what British-made air travel looked like in the 1960’s and 1970’s. My eye was drawn to the repeating pattern made by the side of the seats along the main cabinway, and I hope you like it as much as I do.

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