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QA-10 Enjoying the best of the moist Yorkshire weather outside the Air Museum in Elvington, just a few kilometres outside York. (more of QA-10)
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XL502 Formerly part of the UK airshow circuit, now on display at the Yorkshire Air Museum. (more of XL502)
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XL231 A sinister nose in sinister weather. "Lusty Lindy" was initially in use as a bomber but later got converted to the air tanker role, as can be seen by the mission markings. (more of XL231)
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G-AVPN Yorkshire Air Museum. The complete aircraft arrived by air from Bournemouth in 1997 but was reduced to a forward fuselage in 2018. (more of G-AVPN)
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G-BKDT Yorkshire Air Museum. Wears military serial F943 (more of G-BKDT)
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VP967 Yorkshire Air Museum. Civilian registration G-KOOL. This aircraft was previosuly used for training by Redhill College before moving by road to Elvington. Maintained in engine running condition. (more of VP967)
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XL502 Yorkshire Air Museum. Civilian registration G-BMYP (more of XL502)
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XL572 Yorkshire Air Museum. Civilian registration G-HNTR (more of XL572)
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KN353 Delivered to RAF in 1945 as a C47B, saw active service before becoming XF747,SU-AZF and G-AMYJ flying for Air Atlantique on pollution control,donated to Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington near York (UK) and restored back to RAF guise as KN353,regular engine starts and taxiing, (more of KN353)
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XZ631 She was built as a pre-series (prototype) in November 1978 and was later modified for service and became the first converted GR.4. Arrived at the Yorkshire Air Museum in March 2005. (more of XZ631)
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XX901 Sky Pirate nose art on this Gulf War aircraft. (more of XX901)
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RA854 Built during WW2 she is seen here in the restoration Hall of the Yorkshire Air Museum where she has been preserved since 2000 (more of RA854)
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XX901 c/n B3-06-75. Must be one of the best looking strike aircraft ever built (more of XX901)