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Trans World Airlines Flight 128 - November 20,1967

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On November 20,1967, Convair 880 N821TW operated as Trans World Airlines flight 128 from Los Angeles to Boston with intermediate stops in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. On approach to the Greater Cincinnati Airport, the flight descended too quickly and crashed and burned short of runway 18. Seventy people were killed and twelve were injured. For addtional information visit our Fotki Journals to read the story: http://journals.fotki.com/Rollie08/ . To view a picture of this aircraft at Port Columbus in January 1967 click: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Trans-World-Airlines/Convair-880-22-1/0530493/L . To visit the official website of the Aviation Memorial Grove:
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VIDEO: TWA Flight 128 {May not be suitable for all of our visitors. Viewer discretion is highly advised}
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VIDEO: TWA Flight 128 {May not be su…
 
TWA Convair 880 N821TW. Image taken in January 1967.
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TWA Convair 880 N821TW. Image taken …
 
TWA Convair 880 N821TW
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TWA Convair 880 N821TW
 
General Electric CJ 805-3 Powerplant used on the Convair 880's.
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General Electric CJ 805-3 Powerplant…
 
Front cover of the October 29, 1967 TWA System timetable. This would have been in use during November 1967.
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Front cover of the October 29, 1967 …
 
Center page of TWA system timetable showing domestic TWA routes.
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Center page of TWA system timetable …
 
Back cover of the October 29, 1967 TWA system timetable.
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Back cover of the October 29, 1967 T…
 
Captain Charles Cochran
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Captain Charles Cochran
 
First Officier Robert Moyers
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First Officier Robert Moyers
 
Flight Engineer Jerry Roades
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Flight Engineer Jerry Roades
 
Hostess Sheila O'Brian
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Hostess Sheila O'Brian
 
Hostess Ellie Kurtock
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Hostess Ellie Kurtock
 
Hostess Barabara Posthumus
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Hostess Barabara Posthumus
 
Hostess Marilee Kevitts
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Hostess Marilee Kevitts
 
C24-72[3] Configuration of TWA
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C24-72[3] Configuration of TWA
 
TWA Agent Worksheet handling flight 128 November 20,1967.
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TWA Agent Worksheet handling flight …
 
Convair 880 TWA Cabin
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Convair 880 TWA Cabin
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880 TW N807TW First Class Cabin
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880 TW N807TW First Class Cabin
 
Folding table on left side of Convair 880
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Folding table on left side of Convai…
 
Convair 880 Overhead Storage Bins..
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Convair 880 Overhead Storage Bins..
 
TWA Flight 128 Empennage
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TWA Flight 128 Empennage
 
longline-1[1] Initial internal TWA Teletype.
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longline-1[1] Initial internal TWA T…
 
Old Hebron VFD International Ambulance
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Old Hebron VFD International Ambulan…
 
Inside of Ambulance used at the Crash of TWA Flight 128
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Inside of Ambulance used at the Cras…
 
Captain Dickman's Squad Run from Crash Site of TWA 128
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Captain Dickman's Squad Run from Cra…
 
St. Elizabeth Hospital {Covington, Kentucky}
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St. Elizabeth Hospital {Covington, K…
 
St. Elizabeth Hospital {Covington, Kentucky}
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St. Elizabeth Hospital {Covington, K…
 
Debris Field of TWA Flight 128-November 1967
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Debris Field of TWA Flight 128-Novem…
 
Debris Field of Trans World Airlines Flight 128
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Debris Field of Trans World Airlines…
 
An Airliner on Centerline to Runway 18 at the Greater Cincinnati Airport as it Approaches the Debris Field of TWA Flight 128.
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An Airliner on Centerline to Runway …
 
George Brokaw of Wheeling, W.Va. recovering from injuries in the crash of TWA flight 128
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George Brokaw of Wheeling, W.Va. rec…
 
Photo taken {north to south} November 21, 1967 showing view of the Wagner Farm with runway 18 at top.
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Photo taken {north to south} Novembe…
 
Photo taken November 21, 1967 showing the theshold to Runway 18. Note that the approach lights shown in the image were not operable at the time of the Twa Flight 128 accident.
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Photo taken November 21, 1967 showin…
 
Crash Site Area of TWA Flight 128 as researched by Flight 383/128 Memorial Group, Inc. before we were able to locate images of the area in 2010.
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Crash Site Area of TWA Flight 128 as…
 
Aerial image shows distance from the accident site of TWA Flight 128 and the threshold of runway 18 at the Greater Cincinnati Airport.
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Aerial image shows distance from the…
 
View of previous image as it appeared in the year 2006. Note extension to Runway 18C since the 1960s.
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View of previous image as it appeare…
 
Area surrounding the accident site of TWA Flight 128.
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Area surrounding the accident site o…
 
Immediate area surrounding the accident site of TWA Flight 128. The pond was used by Bill Smith {manning a pump} as a source of water to suppress the fire at the site.
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Immediate area surrounding the accid…
 
Bluebird Subdivision~1960~Hebron, Kentucky
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Bluebird Subdivision~1960~Hebron, Ke…
 
Mark Free - Witness to the 1967 Crash
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Mark Free - Witness to the 1967 Cras…
 
Mark Free's house in 1967
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Mark Free's house in 1967
 
Ruth Marksberry's House
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Ruth Marksberry's House
 
Junction of "Old Kentucky 20" and Walton Road
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Junction of "Old Kentucky 20" and Wa…