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Baade 152 at Rothenburg Feb 1993
The ill-fated East German jet airliner. The air base at Rothenburg received two hulls for use as pilots' recreation rooms. One was buried, this one, no. 11, survived and was ptt on show, first at Dresden lotsche, then in Berlin Gatow. The 152 programme was stopped in 1961 following the fatal crash in 1958 of one of the only two to have been completed.

Baade 152 at Rothenburg Feb 1993

The ill-fated East German jet airliner. The air base at Rothenburg received two hulls for use as pilots' recreation rooms. One was buried, this one, no. 11, survived and was ptt on show, first at Dresden lotsche, then in Berlin Gatow. The 152 programme was stopped in 1961 following the fatal crash in 1958 of one of the only two to have been completed.

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