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Email Autor Correction ID #1269036 / 20 Views
21-May-2012
XL703 On display at RAF Museum Cosford. The Pioneer's STOL performance allowed the RAF to operate from jungle airstrips in Malaysia and Borneo. This aircraft is one of two surviving examples. (more of XL703)
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20-July-2011
XS709 (M) c/n 25011. A recent arrival at the RAF Museum after being retired from service. Arrived here by air form Cranwell on 11th February 2011. (more of XS709)
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20-July-2011
XL703 After some years away from display this aircraft previously wore camouflage colours but is now back on display at the RAF Museum in a silver colour scheme (more of XL703)
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20-July-2011
RG904 (BT-K) A full size plastic model Spitfire built by a team led by James May for a British TV programme. BOAC Comet G-APAS in the background (more of RG904)
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14-November-2010
XR977 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XR977)
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14-November-2010
XG337 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XG337)
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14-November-2010
KN645 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of KN645)
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14-November-2010
KN645 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of KN645)
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27-November-2010
G-AJOV Single engined rescue and communications helicopter built for use by the Fleet Air Arm. Painted to represent a former British European Airways aircraft. Mainly white civilian colour scheme with red lower fuselage and false registration G-AJOV. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of G-AJOV)
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14-November-2010
XV591 Nose section. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XV591)
Email Autor Correction ID #1012115 / 28 Views
14-November-2010
XL568 A dual-control training version of the classic single-seat Hunter. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XL568)
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14-November-2010
XD674 Single jet engined two seat dual control primary trainer with tricycle undercarriage. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XD674)
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14-November-2010
XS639 Twin turbo prop radar and navigation aids calibration aircraft. Tricycle undercarriage; very tall tail unit; swept up lower rear fuselage to allow for loading doors. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XS639)
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14-November-2010
WE600 Single piston engined communications and training high wing monoplane modified for Antarctic exploration use. Fixed tail wheel undercarriage. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of WE600)
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14-November-2010
XX654 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XX654)
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27-November-2010
WL679 Twin radial piston engined, multi crew training aircraft modified for research and development use. 'Raspberry Ripple' test aircraft colour scheme, Oxford Blue fuselage and wings; Post Office Red fin, tail planes, engine nacelles and wing panels. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of WL679)
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14-November-2010
G-EBMB Small single engined light biplane. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of G-EBMB)
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14-November-2010
XJ918 Single engine light transport helicopter. Grey/blue/white colour scheme with RAF roundels and serial XJ918. Also carries a Maintenance serial 8190M, showing that it had spent some time as an instructional airframe at a School of Technical Training, (SoTT) On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XJ918)
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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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14-November-2010
WV562 Single piston engined two seat trainer; fixed main undercarriage and tail wheel. Overall silver colour scheme with wing and fin roundels; red spinner and yellow training band on rear fuselage. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of WV562)
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14-November-2010
WV746 Twin piston engined high wing monoplane light transport and communication aircraft with tricycle undercarriage. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of WV746)
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14-November-2010
XR525 On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XR525)
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14-November-2010
TX214 Twin radial engined transport low wing monoplane, retractable undercarriage; series of porthole style cabin windows. Overall silver with black anti-glare panel on nose and tail panels and serial TX214 on rear fuselage and beneath wings. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of TX214)
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14-November-2010
XL993 Twin piston engined high wing light transport aircraft. Sand/brown upper surface camouflage, black underside; wing and fuselage roundels. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XL993)