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The Shackleton


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Hendon RAF Museum 22 May 1999


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Speyer 8 June 1997


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Pima (County) Air Museum Tucson AZ 28 April 1979


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Swartkop AFB S. Africa 5 April 1992


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Cottbus Museum 1993


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93+98 Cottbus 28 Feb 199397 viewsMi-9 ex- KHG-3 NVA 482 c/n 340001. In the background you can make out a large number stored prior to disposal.Feb 18, 2016
96+18 Cottbus 28 Feb 199396 viewsMi-24D ex-KHG-3 (NVA540) c/n 730212Feb 18, 2016
Cottbus 28 Feb 199394 viewsMiG-15/17, An-2, L-29? parts. They had to grab what they could before it got scrapped. They did well. A re-visit is planned!Feb 18, 2016
313 Aero L-29 Armee Museum Dresden 5 Nov 1990135 viewsFeb 01, 2016
D-ADGP Shuttleworth May 199294 viewsMiles M2L Hawk Speed Six c/n 160 built 1935. Owned for 17 years by Ron Paine, who raced her in several Kings Cup Air Races finishing second five times. Dec 26, 2015
G-AEBB Shuttleworth May 199295 viewsOwen HM14 Pou-du-Ciel (Flying Flea) c/n KWO.1 Dec 26, 2015
G-ADPR Shuttleworth May 199295 viewsPercival D.3 Gull Six c/n D55 built 1935, owned by Jean Batten between 1935 and 1940 (record flights to Brazil and New Zealand), impressed as AX866. Sold controversially in 1995 to New Zealand to raise badly needed funds (Jean was born in NZ...) and now 'DPR hangs suspended in the Auckland Airport terminal. Dec 26, 2015
G-AOTD/WB588 Shuttleworth May 199291 viewsDHC-1 Chipmunk 22 c/n C1/0040, sold 1994Dec 26, 2015