Look for the big black pipe coming out of the cockpit. This is the exhaust pipe for the main engine. It may seem oddly placed next to the pilot, but it safely directed the hot exhaust away from the plane’s flammable surface. The pilots had to endure 26 hours of constant noise and heat from the engine.
How did the pilots communicate? Look for the two cockpits. If the pilot in the front cockpit felt the control stick “waggle” between his knees, he knew to look for a note from his co-pilot attached to a string that ran to the rear cockpit.
Do you see the open cockpit in the front? The pilots could fly from either seat, but they could not see from the back. They had to crawl through a “tunnel” to switch seats, which they did several times during the 26-hour flight. Look at the monitor to see the inside of the plane.