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Photos: A Look Back At JFK's Soon-To-Be Extinct Terminal 3

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Live and Let Die was filmed in in the terminal in 1972/73.

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"This is the rotunda when it was converted to a 'private' First and Clipper Class check-in entrance, complete with Italian marble floors, mahogany accents, wrap-around lounge seating and lots of plants and flowers."

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Inside the First and Clipper class lounge.

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This was inside the Secret Clipper Club Lounge, "Now shuttered and inaccessible, the Pan Am terminal had a unique lounge that was accessed from the promenade (balcony) level inside the rotunda through a bridge (<a href="https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=522527057770896&set=a.520485921308343.120635.131386373551635&type=3&theater">later covered</a> with a smoked plexiglass tunnel) or stairs."

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Outside of the Secret Clipper Club Lounge.

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They NY Times on the Pan Am Terminal, 1960.

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