Aeroplane Monthly 1986-11
M.Oakey - Grapevine
Cleaning in progress on one of four Junkers Ju 52s raised from Lake Hartvigvannet, Northern Norway. The German recovery operation ended during September.
The tail of Junkers Ju 88 1379 emerges from Lake Tornetrask in Sweden
Byrd’s Fairchild FC-2W2 NX8006 on display in the Cradle of Aviation Museum, New York, following an extensive rebuild.
The Bucker Bestmann which was restored recently by the Ailes Anciennes group in France.
Tigerfly's pleasure-flying de Havilland Tiger Moth, resplendent in RAF wartime training yellow and camouflage.
Grierson Gower's newly-restored Caudron C.270 Luciole G-BDFM (ex-F-ALVO), which made its first post-restoration flight in the hands of Derek Piggott on September 16, 1986. Following completion of flight tests it will be based at Compton Abbas, Wilts.
The Canadian National Aviation Museum's newly-rebuilt Curtiss HS-2L flying-boat photographed at Rockcliffe, Ottawa on July 7, 1986.