PWA Boeing 737-200 C-GIPW at Rest | Alberta Aviation

by on June 19, 2015

Let’s face it. I’ll find any excuse to photograph this plane.

The retired Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) Boeing 737-200 C-GIPW (Fleet #745) now rests in a field, having flown for the last time on November 29th, 2013.

After far too many months away, and after I shot the rising sun over a field of pumpjacks, I headed out just so I can see her … the beautiful and now retired Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) Boeing 737-200 C-GIPW (Fleet #745).

As I’ve written in the past, she now rests at a field, having flown for the last time on November 29th, 2013 (aviation buffs will enjoy the video!).

The retired Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) Boeing 737-200 C-GIPW (Fleet #745) now rests in a field, having flown for the last time on November 29th, 2013.

Seeing this plane just makes me smile. No explanation required – it’s as simple as that and I’ll keep going back for more.

 

See you in the field!

 

 


Sidney

Photographer. Podcaster on hiatus. Wildlife conservation and animal welfare advocate. Health and safety gal. Edmonton Oilers lovah. Cinematic Star Wars fan. Fond of all things Johnny Cash.

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