Photos: A ride in the 'Spruce Goose'

Photos: A ride in the 'Spruce Goose'

Summary: Reporter Daniel Terdiman climbs inside Howard Hughes' boondoggle, the Spruce Goose.

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  • Troop transporter

    The Spruce Goose was designed as a World War II troop transporter and could hold 750 soldiers. However, it was not finished until two years after the war ended.

  • Left wing

    Viewed from inside the cockpit, the Spruce Goose's left wing seems to go on forever.

  • DC-3 dwarfed

    The Evergreen Aviation Museum is home to 70 aircraft. Here, the Spruce Goose dwarfs a DC-3.

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