The setting sun shines through the front door into the interior of the Enola Gay Hangar at the Historic Wendover Airfield in Wendover, Utah, USA.

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The setting sun shines through the front door into the interior of the Enola Gay Hangar at the Historic Wendover Airfield in Wendover, Utah, USA.
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Image ID: K8N8EK
The light of the setting sun shines through the front door into the interior of the Enola Gay Hangar at the Historic Wendover Airfield in Wendover, Utah, USA. The Enola Gay, which was housed in this hangar was the B-29 Bomber that dropped the atomic bomb over Japan during World War II. This hangar has recently received a new roof, doors and windows as part of a restoration project by the Historic Wendover Airfield Foundation in the town Wendover in far western Utah.
Location: Wendover, UT, United States