Air Pictorial 1987-09
J.Rawlings - Historic Aircraft: Should we fly them or keep them all safely in museums?
The restored Bristol Blenheim IV, V6028 (G-MKIV), shortly after its first flight on 22nd May 1987
The Blenheim's remains being carted away after its "touch and go" at Denham on 21st June 1987
Doug Arnold's Westland Lysander III V9281 (G-BCWL) which ended up upside down, and seems to have disappeared from view
The Supermarine S.5 replica, N220 (G-BDFF), in its heyday at Thorpe Park, 7th July 1975 - since destroyed in a crash
A priceless example of a type still in service, Vickers VC10 A40-AB arrives at Weybridge on 6th July 1987 for preservation by the Brooklands Museum
Re-flown at Hatfield on 17th May 1987 after fifteen years' hard restoration work, the sole remaining and irreplaceable de Havilland D.H.88 Comet G-ACSS