Aeroplane Monthly 1986-01
1986 UK Aircraft Collections and Museums Guide
British Airways' Boeing 707-436 G-APEJ.
BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde 001 G-AXDN.
Douglas Dakota KP208 at Aldershot;
Mosquito TT.35 TA634 during rebuilding.
Sea Vixen FAW.2 XN647.
Fairey Gannet T.5 XG883.
Hawker Hunter XG195.
Hawker Hunter F.51 E-412.
Messerschmitt Me 410A 420430;
The flightline at a typical UK warbird gathering, with Ray Hanna’s Curtiss P-40 snarling in the foreground.
Spitfire replica "P9390"
Supermarine Spitfire VC AR501.
Spitfire IX ML427.
Fieseler Fi 103R-4 breathing fire at Headcorn.
Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 VX653 photographed in 1963.
Hawker Sea Hawk XE368 and others.
Westland Wyvern TF.1 VR137.
Cessna Bird Dog 51-111989;
Westland Dragonfly G-AJOV fitted with spray bars for aerial spraying.
Westland Widgeon II G-APTW.
Westland Dragonfly HR.3 WG719;
B.E.2c 2699 and R.E.8 F3556 are Duxford’s oldest aircraft exhibits.
The Pennine Aviation Museum’s Canberra nose section;
BAC Canberra WJ975.
Messerschmitt Me 163B-1a Komet 191904
View of the fuselage of Airspeed Horsa TL659;
View of the fuselage of Airspeed Horsa TL659;
Lancaster X G-BCOH during the war.
Nose of Lancaster I DV372 at Lambeth.
Lockheed Constellation N7777G at Wroughton, 1985.
Vickers Vimy replica painted as H651.
Graham Warner’s Bristol Bolingbroke Mk IVT, G-MKIV. Restoration is due to be completed during 1986.
Deperdussin Monoplane flying in the Forties.
S.E.5a F938 marked as B4563 in 1950.
S.E.5a F904.
Westland Lysander R9125.
Blackburn Beverley XB259.
Bristol Sycamore XL829.
Bristol Sycamore Mk III Demonstrator G-ALSX flying over the local docks.
Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer XM961/G-BBVF;
Sopwith Triplane N5912.
Aerial view of the Newark Air Museum revealing a wide variety of exhibits. The “heavies”include the Vulcan, Hastings, Shackleton and Varsity. Since the picture was taken the collection has been expanded by the addition of two Canberras, a Sea Vixen and a further Meteor.
Avro Vulcan B.2 XM612.
Avro Vulcan B.2 XL318.
The arrival of Vulcan XL319 at the North East Aircraft Museum.
Прототип P.1B достиг сверхзвуковой скорости в первом же полете 4 апреля 1957г.
The P.1B prototype, XA847, Britain's first supersonic fighter.
Amy Johnson with D.H Gipsy Moth G-AAAH Jason at Sourabaya in May 1930.
Westland Sioux XT242
De Havilland D.H.114 Heron G-ANXB in BEA livery;
Handley Page Herald G-ASKK;
Saro Skeeter AOP.12 XL811.
The record-breaking Swift prototype, WK198;
Superb view of the SR.A1 prototype TG263 on lift-off.
Westland Whirlwind XA862.
Westland Pterodactyl IA J8067.
Avro 707C WZ744.
Handley Page H.P.115 XP841.
Short SC.1 XG905 in 1964.
Gloster Gladiator II K8042.
Vickers Wellington X MF628.
Cierva C.30A K4232 of 16 (AC)Sqn in 1934.
Taylorcraft Plus C G-AFTN.
Fieseler Fi 156C-7 Storch 475081, which is now being restored at St Athan;
Junkers Ju 87G-2 494083.
Short Sunderland V ML824.
Flying into the sunset is the Royal Navy Historic Flight’s Fairey Swordfish, which is based at the FAA Museum’s home at Yeovilton.
Hudson IV A16-199 at Hendon.
Avro XIX G-AGWE photographed in the Forties;
Dragon Rapide G-ADAH in the livery of Northern Scottish Airways Ltd.
D.H. Dragon Rapide “Z7258”/G-AHGD
Hornet Moth G-ADOT.
The Kay Gyroplane, G-ACVA, has a four-bladed rotor with incidence control.
Early post-war photograph of Miles M.17 Monarch G-AFJU;
De Havilland D.H.104 Dove I G-AHRI.
Miles Messenger G-AJOE.
Wartime photograph of Proctor IV NP184.
Vickers Viking G-AGRU in BEA livery.
Caudron G.III 3066 after restoration.
Pre-war picture of Avian G-EBZM.
Pioneer XL703 in the Libyan Desert.
Sopwith Baby N2078.
Fairey Flycatcher S1287.
Vickers Varsity T.1 WL626.
Fairey Ultralight Helicopter G-AOUJ.
The Midland Air Museum’s Humber Monoplane replica is on display at Birmingham Airport.
Around 250 Percival Prentices were allotted for civil conversion but only about 30 actually received Certificates of Airworthiness, one of which was G-APJB.
D.H.115 Vampire XK624;
D.H. Vampire T.11 WZ549.
Mignet H.M. 14 Pou-du-Ciel G-ADXS.
Hunting Percival Sea Prince T.1 WF125 (???).
Percival Prince 6E G-AMLZ at Leavesden (originally owned by Shell Refining and Marketing Ltd, this aircraft was built at Luton in 1952 and was one of a batch of five Princes supplied to the company).
Gloster Meteor WF643;
Gloster Meteor F.8 WH301 in 1967.
Hurricane IV KX829
Ward Gnome G-AXEI.
Hafner Rotachute P5;