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14-November-2010
XP411 Four engined twin boom medium range transport aircraft. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XP411)
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-August-1998
N1430Z on our first day during our trip through the US in 1998 we drove from LA towards MHV and on the way we discovered this little airfield and they even opened the doors for us. You can see the open door below the nose and my friend Frank trying to get into it. (more of N1430Z)
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8-July-1989
N1430Z c/n 6779. This aircraft is now owned by the Milestones of Aviation Museum at Lancaster-Fox Field, though not in very good condition. It still sports its basic RAF scheme (ex XP447). (more of N1430Z)
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23-October-2007
XP411 With the opening of the Cold War Exhibition hangar it has allowed several other aircraft that were previously in storage to be put on display under cover. (more of XP411)
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20-October-2007
G-APRL Another great effort in repainting the Argosy at the Midland Air Museum (more of G-APRL)
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21-March-2007
G-APRL Midland Air Museum. Looking good for receiving some recent paint to the white areas initially. The engines, undercarriage and tyres have all received attention. (more of G-APRL)
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23-October-2006
ZK-SAE c/n 6802 was only one of only 7 civil Argosies built, and she is the sole survivor. All the other survivors are the 100 series military version. Preserved in excellent just off base at the Argosy Cafe. (more of ZK-SAE)