Photos: Go inside Anthony Toth’s Pan Am 747 mockup (Yes, again.)

The first class cabin on Anthony Toth Boeing 747 mockup in a Los Angeles-area warehouse. Photo: Mike Kelley.

The first class cabin on Anthony Toth Boeing 747 mockup in a Los Angeles-area warehouse. Photo: Mike Kelley.

We at L.A. Airspace love Anthony Toth. How can you not embrace a man who built a replica of a Pan Am Boeing 747 inside a Los Angeles-area warehouse.

By now, if you read this space regularly, you know about Toth. He has spent more than $100,000 to recreate the plane he loved to fly as a child. If you’re not familiar with the man and you think I’m crazy, you should read the feature story I wrote about him last year.

Anthony recently teamed up with photographer Mike Kelley, who took some glamour shots of the mock-up. They gave me permission to use this shots, and I think you’ll be impressed. For more details on the shoot, you’ll want to go to Kelley’s website.

 

Clipper Class on Anthony Toth's Pan Am 747 mock up. Photo: Mike Kelley.

Clipper Class on Anthony Toth’s Pan Am 747 mock up. Photo: Mike Kelley.

The upper deck lounge. Photo: Mike Kelley.

The upper deck lounge. Photo: Mike Kelley.

First class passengers watch a movie. Photo: Mike Kelley.

First class passengers watch a movie. Photo: Mike Kelley.

The spiral staircase to the upper deck. Photo: Michael Kelley.

The spiral staircase to the upper deck. Photo: Michael Kelley.

Toth likes to have catered meals on board. Photo: Michael Kelley.

Toth likes to have catered meals on board. Photo: Michael Kelley.

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