New England Air Museum - douging
Boeing B-29 Superfortress. This is one of only a handful of B-29s left on earth. This particular bomber was never used in World War II. It was completed too late in the war and was used for training purposes instead. It did see action in southern Europe after the war. The B-29 was left in Aberdeen, Maryland for target practice in 1956 but, thankfully, was never shot at. It was taken apart and trucked to Bradley Field where it sat in the outside display, surviving a 1979 tornado, for over 20 years before being moved into this dedicated building.

Boeing B-29 Superfortress. This is one of only a handful of B-29s left on earth. This particular bomber was never used in World War II. It was completed too late in the war and was used for training purposes instead. It did see action in southern Europe after the war. The B-29 was left in Aberdeen, Maryland for target practice in 1956 but, thankfully, was never shot at. It was taken apart and trucked to Bradley Field where it sat in the outside display, surviving a 1979 tornado, for over 20 years before being moved into this dedicated building.