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Boeing Plant II Ceiling Crane
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Boeing Plant II Ceiling Crane
Plant II ceiling crane delivers a load to the balcony. 1937
Plant II Boeing B-52 Stratofortress Factory, 1955
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Plant II Boeing B-52 Stratofortress Factory, 1955
Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bombers under construction. Plant II Factory, Seattle, W Circa 1955.
B-17 Assembly Line
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B-17 Assembly Line
B-17 assembly line.
Boeing Plant II B-17 Workers, 1940s
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Boeing Plant II B-17 Workers, 1940s
Selected scenes from Boeing film "Fortress of the Sky"

Boeing's Seattle Plant 2, built between 1936...
Boeing Model 367-80 "Dash 80" Rollout and Pre-Flight Testing
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Boeing Model 367-80 "Dash 80" Rollout and Pre-Flight Testing
Seventy-two-year-old William Boeing came back to visit his former company for the May 14, 1954, rollout...
1941 More Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
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1941 More Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
1941 More Flying Fortresses are the Order of the Day Boeing ad.
Boeing XB-52 Rolling Out of Seattle Factory, 1951
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Boeing XB-52 Rolling Out of Seattle Factory, 1951
The Boeing B-52 was the country’s first long- range, swept-wing bomber. By the 21st century, it was in...
Heron eats fish from Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA, 06-2014
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Heron eats fish from Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA, 06-2014
Boeing completed the largest habitat restoration in the Lower Duwamish River Waterway in Seattle, Washington,...
 Wildlife habitat along Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA, 09-2013
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Wildlife habitat along Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA, 09-2013
Boeing completed the largest habitat restoration in the Lower Duwamish River Waterway in Seattle, Washington,...
Aerial view of Boeing habitat restoration along Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA 01-2014
BI44781 (k66229-01)
Aerial view of Boeing habitat restoration along Lower Duwamish River Waterway, Seattle, WA 01-2014
Boeing completed the largest habitat restoration in the Lower Duwamish River Waterway in Seattle, Washington,...
Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner Development Testing
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Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner Development Testing
The Stratoliner was the first airplane to have a flight engineer as a member of the crew. The engineer...
Boeing B-52A Stratofortress B-roll, 1950s
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Boeing B-52A Stratofortress B-roll, 1950s
As the war worsened in Korea, the USAF in 1951 designated the B-52 the country's next intercontinental...
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Black & White)
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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Black & White)
The B-17 was a versatile aircraft performing bomber, search & rescue, reconnaissance, supply, transport,...
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Color)
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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Color)
The B-17 was a versatile aircraft performing bomber, search & rescue, reconnaissance, supply, transport,...
Rollout of Final Boeing Seattle Built B-17 Flying Fortress
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Rollout of Final Boeing Seattle Built B-17 Flying Fortress
On April 9, 1945, the last B-17 Flying Fortress rolled off the assembly line at Boeing's Plant 2 in Seattle....
Boeing Plant II, circa 1938
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Boeing Plant II, circa 1938
In March 1936 The Boeing Airplane Co. bought 28 acres on Marginal Way in Seattle, between Boeing Field...
KC-97 Fuselage Section Delivery to Boeing
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KC-97 Fuselage Section Delivery to Boeing
Ryan Aeronautical built Fuselage Section 45 for the KC-97 Tanker in San Diego, CA and delivered them...
KC-97 Fuselage Section Delivery
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KC-97 Fuselage Section Delivery
Ryan Aeronautical built Fuselage Section 45 for the KC-97 Tanker in San Diego, CA and delivered them...
Boeing Workers Inspect Ryan Built Fuselage Section for KC-97G
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Boeing Workers Inspect Ryan Built Fuselage Section for KC-97G
Ryan Aeronautical built Fuselage Section 45 for the KC-97 Tanker in San Diego, CA and delivered them...
Boeing Takes Delivery of Last Piston Engine- June 6, 1956
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Boeing Takes Delivery of Last Piston Engine- June 6, 1956
June 13, 1956. Unloading at receiving dock of Boeing’s Renton, Washington plant is the last piston engine...
KC-97 Fuselage Sections Delivered by Rail
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KC-97 Fuselage Sections Delivered by Rail
April 17, 1953. Arrival of Ryan built Section 45s at Renton, Washington for Boeing.
Workers Unload KC-97 Fuselage Sections from Rail Cars
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Workers Unload KC-97 Fuselage Sections from Rail Cars
Ryan Aeronautical built Fuselage Section 45 for the KC-97 Tanker in San Diego, CA and delivered them...
Boeing Plant 2 B-roll, 1940s-1950s
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Boeing Plant 2 B-roll, 1940s-1950s
Boeing Plant II scenes showing the B-17, B-29 and B-52 assembly lines. No audio.
Restoring Name on Boeing 307 Stratoliner
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Restoring Name on Boeing 307 Stratoliner
The Boeing Model 307 pressurized cabin allowed the airplane to soar (220 mph cruising speed) above rough...
Restored 307 Stratoliner at Plant II
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Restored 307 Stratoliner at Plant II
The Boeing Model 307 pressurized cabin allowed the airplane to soar (220 mph cruising speed) above rough...
Restored Boeing 307 Stratoliner
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Restored Boeing 307 Stratoliner
The Boeing Model 307 pressurized cabin allowed the airplane to soar (220 mph cruising speed) above rough...
Restored 307 Stratoliner at Plant II in Seattle
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Restored 307 Stratoliner at Plant II in Seattle
The Stratoliner was the first airplane with hydraulically boosted control surfaces (elevators and rudder)...
Static Load Test of Boeing Model 345 (XB-29)
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Static Load Test of Boeing Model 345 (XB-29)
Boeing submitted the Model 345 design for a long-range heavy bomber to the Army in 1939, before the United...
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle
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B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
BI229703 (17557b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Body Subassembly
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B-17E Flying Fortress Body Subassembly
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Center Section in Jig
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B-17E Center Section in Jig
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage in Hoist Slings
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B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage in Hoist Slings
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Flying Fortress Circumference Stiffener Installation
BI229713 (17959b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Circumference Stiffener Installation
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Turret Assembly
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B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Turret Assembly
The B-17E plexiglass nose cone featured ball and socket machine gun mounts.
B-17E Flying Fortress Left Wing Fuselage Terminal Fairing
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B-17E Flying Fortress Left Wing Fuselage Terminal Fairing
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
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B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
BI229721 (18195b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage Section in Jig
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B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage Section in Jig
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
Skin Application to B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage
BI229725 (18226b)
Skin Application to B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
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B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Bomb Bay Looking Forward Prior to Equipment Installation
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B-17E Bomb Bay Looking Forward Prior to Equipment Installation
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
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B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E-Bomb Bay Looking Aft
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B-17E-Bomb Bay Looking Aft
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Turret Prior to Body Join
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B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Turret Prior to Body Join
The B-17E tail was enlarged to house a tail gun compartment outfitted with a pair of .50 caliber machine...
B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
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B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Engine with Nacelle Cowl Removed
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B-17E Flying Fortress Engine with Nacelle Cowl Removed
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Gun Installation
BI229741 (18602b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Gun Installation
The B-17E plexiglass nose cone featured ball and socket machine gun mounts.
B-17E-Bomb Bay Rack Assembly
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B-17E-Bomb Bay Rack Assembly
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage is Removed from Jig
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B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage is Removed from Jig
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
Tail Gun Exterior Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 101
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Tail Gun Exterior Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 101
The B-17E tail was enlarged to house a tail gun compartment outfitted with a pair of .50 caliber machine...
B-17G Flying Fortress Radio Gun Window
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B-17G Flying Fortress Radio Gun Window
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
Plant II Camouflage
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Plant II Camouflage
After the start of World War II, burlap houses and chicken-wire lawns camouflaged the rooftops of Boeing...
Riveters Assembling a B-17 Flying Fortress
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Riveters Assembling a B-17 Flying Fortress
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
Plant II Camouflage on The Duwamish River
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Plant II Camouflage on The Duwamish River
After the start of World War II, burlap houses and chicken-wire lawns camouflaged the rooftops of Boeing...
Boeing Plant II, Circa 1960
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Boeing Plant II, Circa 1960
Boeing Plant II, Circa 1960
5000th B-17 Flying Fortress Rollout
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5000th B-17 Flying Fortress Rollout
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
C-97 Stratofreighter Rollout
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C-97 Stratofreighter Rollout
On Dec. 23, 1946, the first production-model Boeing Stratofreighter rolled out of Plant II. It was the...
XB-47 Stratojet Rollout
BI223941 (p7092)
XB-47 Stratojet Rollout
B-47 Stratojets were among the first U.S. production aircraft with swept wings allowing high-subsonic...
Boeing Plant II Graveyard Shift Air Raid Drill
BI227281 (p3398)
Boeing Plant II Graveyard Shift Air Raid Drill
Factory workers on the Boeing Plant II graveyard shift enter a bomb shelter during an air raid drill....
YC-97 Under Construction in Plant 2 at Boeing Field
BI228135 (p6356)
YC-97 Under Construction in Plant 2 at Boeing Field
The YC-97 was the second prototype variation of the XC-97 military cargo plane. It first flew in 1947....
B-29 Superfortress and 377 Stratocruisers at Plant II
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B-29 Superfortress and 377 Stratocruisers at Plant II
In 1936, Boeing bought land on the west side of Boeing Field to build Plant 2. The new facility was much...
Boeing Plant II's Last B-17 Flying Fortress with B-29 Superfortress
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Boeing Plant II's Last B-17 Flying Fortress with B-29 Superfortress
On April 9, 1945, the last B-17 Flying Fortress built for World War II rolled off the assembly line at...
747-8 Model at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
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747-8 Model at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
747-8 Freighter model in wind-tunnel testing at the Boeing Transonic Wind Tunnel in Seattle. The model...
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser Rollout
BI221341 (p7008a)
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser Rollout
The Boeing 377 Stratocruiser of 1947 provided seating for 55 passengers, or 100 passengers with its sleeping...
787 Dreamliner Model in Tests at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
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787 Dreamliner Model in Tests at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
Dale Belter, data engineer, and Kevin Schoenen, test director, prepare the Boeing 787 Dreamliner model...
Building the C-97 Stratofreighter
BI221701 (p6462)
Building the C-97 Stratofreighter
The C-97 Stratofreighter (Model 367) was the high-flying cargo and transport plane that evolved from...
B-52 Stratofortresses at Plant II
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B-52 Stratofortresses at Plant II
By the 21st century, the Boeing B-52 was in its fifth decade of operational service. The eight-engine,...
377 Stratocruiser Rollout with Tilted Tail
BI222043 (p7019)
377 Stratocruiser Rollout with Tilted Tail
After World War II was over, Boeing re-entered the commercial market with a new long-range airliner,...
Boeing Factory Worker Drills Rivets
BI222539 (p2518)
Boeing Factory Worker Drills Rivets
Boeing Factory Worker Drills Rivets
Boeing Employees Bucks Rivets on a B-17 Flying Fortress
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Boeing Employees Bucks Rivets on a B-17 Flying Fortress
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
Boeing Plant II Graveyard Shift Air Raid Drill
BI222543 (p3396)
Boeing Plant II Graveyard Shift Air Raid Drill
Factory workers on the Boeing Plant II graveyard shift during an air raid drill.
757 Wind Tunnel Model Testing at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
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757 Wind Tunnel Model Testing at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
Boeing wind tunnels are used for the development of Boeing commercial transports, military aircraft,...
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser Polishing
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Boeing 377 Stratocruiser Polishing
The 377 Stratocruiser set a new standard for luxurious air travel with its tastefully decorated extra-wide...
Lower Swept Strut Mounted 747-400 Model at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
BI223131 (6w6850-5)
Lower Swept Strut Mounted 747-400 Model at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
Wind tunnel tests provide valuable information that is used in evaluating the general design concepts...
767-400ER Test at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
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767-400ER Test at Boeing's Transonic Wind Tunnel
Wind tunnel tests provide valuable information that is used in evaluating the general design concepts...
Boeing Wind Tunnel Facility
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Boeing Wind Tunnel Facility
Boeing's Seattle Developmental Center is across the street from Boeing Field.
Air Force Airborne Laser (ABL) Wind Tunnel Tests
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Air Force Airborne Laser (ABL) Wind Tunnel Tests
Boeing recently concluded a month-long series of wind tunnel test on a model of a modified 747-400F freighter...
XF8B-1 Engine and Propeller
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XF8B-1 Engine and Propeller
The XF8B-1 fighter-bomber was the heaviest carrier-based airplane built before the end of World War II....
Plant II Switching System
BI219938 (p21959)
Plant II Switching System
Plant II Switching System, 1959
Plant II Switching System
BI219940 (p21960)
Plant II Switching System
Plant II Switching System, 1959
Two Men Examine a 777 Wind Test Model
BI220663 (k56980-10)
Two Men Examine a 777 Wind Test Model
The 777-200 wind tunnel model helped validate and refine 777 computational models.
Honeycomb Installation in Trans-Sonic Wind Tunnel
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Honeycomb Installation in Trans-Sonic Wind Tunnel
A technician stands next to honeycomb installation in trans-sonic wind tunnel
B-17 Final Assembly
BI231935 (p1997)
B-17 Final Assembly
B-17 final assembly at Boeing Plant 2. Photo view looking aft over # 3 engine at production line.
Boeing B-17E Model in Wind Tunnel
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Boeing B-17E Model in Wind Tunnel
The B-17E was the first Boeing airplane with the distinctive and enormous tail for improved control and...
Engineers Observe B-17 Wind Tunnel Test
BI232011 (p4697)
Engineers Observe B-17 Wind Tunnel Test
In this March 1944 photo, Boeing engineers Verl Nelson (left) and Bob Withington observe a test of the...
B-17E and F Wind-Tunnel Model
BI232013 (p4779)
B-17E and F Wind-Tunnel Model
The B-17E/F wind-tunnel model first tested in November 1940 and used by Boeing during World War II to...
377 Stratocruiser
BI232862 (p9405)
377 Stratocruiser
377 Stratocruiser
KC-97 Refueling Booms Manufacturing
BI218122 (p14411)
KC-97 Refueling Booms Manufacturing
After the war Boeing developed the Model 367, a military transport based on the B-29 bomber. Its civilian...
Boeing Flight Test Facilities at Boeing Field
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Boeing Flight Test Facilities at Boeing Field
Boeing Flight Test Facilities at Boeing Field
Boeing Plant II, circa 1989
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Boeing Plant II, circa 1989
Boeing was founded in 1916 in the Seattle, Washington area. Seattle's Plant II was built in 1936 to accommodate...
B-17G Flying Fortresses on the Flight Line at Boeing Field
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B-17G Flying Fortresses on the Flight Line at Boeing Field
In 1934, Boeing was the first company to respond to a U.S. Army request for a large, multi-engine bomber....
Engineer Drafting with a Physical Spline
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Engineer Drafting with a Physical Spline
A Boeing engineer drafts a diagram using a draftmans' spline, also known as a physical spline.
KC-97E Stratofreighter Assembly
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KC-97E Stratofreighter Assembly
The tanker version of the C-97 Stratofreighter, the KC-97 aerial tanker of 1950, was the prime refueling...
KC-97E Stratofreighter in the Factory
BI24432 (p11504)
KC-97E Stratofreighter in the Factory
The tanker version of the C-97 Stratofreighter, the KC-97 aerial tanker of 1950, was the prime refueling...
500th KC-97 Stratofreighter in the Factory
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500th KC-97 Stratofreighter in the Factory
The tanker version of the C-97 Stratofreighter, the KC-97 aerial tanker of 1950, was the prime refueling...
B-52A Stratofortress Bomber Rollout
BI24300 (p13980)
B-52A Stratofortress Bomber Rollout
Rollouts and Production Milestones
B-17E Flying Fortress Parked in Front of Boeing Factory at Night
BI24064 (p1061)
B-17E Flying Fortress Parked in Front of Boeing Factory at Night
The Boeing B-17E of 1941. The B-17E was the first "offensive" model of the Flying Fortress family. It...
Row of B-17 Flying Fortressses on the Flight Line
BI24042 (k34)
Row of B-17 Flying Fortressses on the Flight Line
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-50 Final Assembly
BI24168 (k1106)
B-50 Final Assembly
The four-engine, propeller-powered B-50 bomber, which first flew in 1947, was among the last piston-powered...
First 377 Stratocruiser Rollout
BI23734 (p7020)
First 377 Stratocruiser Rollout
The 377 Stratocruiser was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as the “First...
307 Stratoliner Assembly
BI23698 (se7)
307 Stratoliner Assembly
The Boeing 307 Stratoliners had noble names: Rainbow, Comet, Flying Cloud, Cherokee, Comanche, Zuni,...
307 Stratoliner at Boeing Plant 2
BI23700 (sh1)
307 Stratoliner at Boeing Plant 2
The Boeing 307 Stratoliners had noble names: Rainbow, Comet, Flying Cloud, Cherokee, Comanche, Zuni,...
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Delivery Ceremony
BI23662 (p5815)
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Delivery Ceremony
The 5,000th B-17 built after Pearl Harbor carried the signatures of all the people who built her. She...
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Cockpit
BI23654 (p4843)
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Cockpit
The 5,000th B-17 built after Pearl Harbor carried the signatures of all the people who built her. She...
The 5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress "5 Grand"
BI23652 (p4820)
The 5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress "5 Grand"
The 5,000th B-17 built after Pearl Harbor carried the signatures of all the people who built her. She...
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Rollout
BI23650 (p4800)
5,000th B-17 Flying Fortress Rollout
The 5,000th B-17 built after Pearl Harbor carried the signatures of all the people who built her. She...
747-100s on the Flight Line in Front of Mt Rainier
BI27298 (k16966)
747-100s on the Flight Line in Front of Mt Rainier
The fastest commercial airplane in the sky, the gigantic 747 jet can hold up to 568 passengers. It also...
Aero Mechanics' Strike on 4/26/48 at the North Clock
BI26566 (a27673)
Aero Mechanics' Strike on 4/26/48 at the North Clock
Aero Mechanics' Strike
Shift Change at North Gate, Plant 2
BI212244 (p3404)
Shift Change at North Gate, Plant 2
Shift Change at North Gate, Plant 2
YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
BI212252 (p6391)
YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
The C-97 Stratofreighter (Model 367) was the high-flying cargo and transport plane that evolved from...
YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
BI212254 (p6431)
YC-97 Stratofreighter Manufacturing
The C-97 Stratofreighter (Model 367) was the high-flying cargo and transport plane that evolved from...
Model 377 Stratocruiser Nose Section Manufacturing
BI212256 (p6528)
Model 377 Stratocruiser Nose Section Manufacturing
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
First Model 377 Stratocruiser Nose Section
BI212258 (p6534)
First Model 377 Stratocruiser Nose Section
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
Lower Lobe of Nose Section for First Model 377 Stratocruiser
BI212260 (p6535)
Lower Lobe of Nose Section for First Model 377 Stratocruiser
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
BI212262 (p6656)
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
BI212264 (p6659)
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
BI212266 (p6803)
Model 377 Stratocruiser Manufacturing
The Stratocruiser, Model 377, was the last of the Boeing propeller-powered luxury airliners. Known as...
Boeing Plant II
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Boeing Plant II
Boeing Plant II
Ladies Decorate the Tail Section of Boeing Plant II's Last B-17 Flying Fortress
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Ladies Decorate the Tail Section of Boeing Plant II's Last B-17 Flying Fortress
As the storm of World War II shook the world, Boeing-designed B-17 bombers darkened European skies, dropping...
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