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Email Autor Correction ID #1595671 / 6 Views
21-June-2011
2699 On display at IWM London. This B.E.2c was probably built around 1916. By Feb. 1917 it was on the strength of No. 50 Home Defence Sqn., Royal Flying Corps at Dover to intercept Zeppelins . It went on to two Night Training Squadrons and to No. 51 Sqn. RAF in Norfolk. After a forced landing, it was withdrawn from use and transferred to the museum in Sept. 1919. (more of 2699)
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19-September-2019
Aerial view of the De Havilland Aviation Museum at London Colney with a Trident, Comet, HS125, Heron, Dove and more
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11-July-2018
G-JEAO Aerial view of the De Havilland Museum with G-AOTI DH Heron, G-ARYC HS125, BAe146 and a DH Vampire (more of G-JEAO)
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9-May-2018
G-ARYC This is the third oldest HS125 built and displayed at the de Havilland Museum. (more of G-ARYC)
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9-May-2018
XK695 Originally displayed as a complete aircraft at Duxford until it was broken up and the nose section transported by road to the De Havilland Museum where it's restoration continues. (more of XK695)
Email Autor Correction ID #1501162 / 28 Views
9-May-2018
Comet Simulator at the De Havilland Museum
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9-May-2018
F-BGNX The interior has also been restored and is now open for public viewing. One half of the cabin shows the seating arrangement and the other half shows the bare shell and insulation. This is the only surviving Comet 1 with the square windows remaining. (more of F-BGNX)
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9-May-2018
F-BGNX De Havilland Museum. Arrived by road from Farnborough in 1985 and has been restored and repainted. Rather than paint the lower half silver it has been wrapped in a silver vinyl material which should see it last for many years to come. (more of F-BGNX)
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17-April-2014
D-IFSB Preserved at the de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre (more of D-IFSB)
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27-March-2011
G-ABLM De Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre. (more of G-ABLM)
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27-March-2011
W4050 De Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre incorporating the Mosquito Museum. General view inside the main museum hangar where there are no less than three Mosquito aircraft - TA122, TA634 and the prototype W4050. (more of W4050)
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27-March-2011
W4050 De Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre incorporating the Mosquito Museum. The prototype Mosquito has just been removed from it's original hangar after 52 years and is currently dismantled for restoration. (more of W4050)
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25-March-2010
G-JEAO c/n E1010. ex G-UKPC < G-BKXZ. Built in 1983. Arrived July 2009. Broken up at Bristol Filton and transported by road to the De Havilland Museum. (more of G-JEAO)