A trio of Boeing fuselages wound up in the Clark Fork River this week, when a train carrying the aircraft derailed near Superior, Montana. Thankfully, no one was injured – but we can't help but wonder what Boeing intends to do with these castoff parts. See more photos of the aftermath by Kyle Massick at King 5 News.
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And here we see the rare and majestic Boeing, which returns to the place they were born every year to spawn. In a few months time, these behemoths will die as the next generation hatch and begin their lives. Ahh, the circle of life.