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Picture of the De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35 aircraft

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More: De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito TT35
More: Hamilton (YHM / CYHM)
More: Canada - Ontario, June 1988
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NX35MK / RS712/EG-F Kermit Week's Mosquito, now displayed in a museum at Oshkosh, Used in films in the 1960's.
More: Den Pascoe
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A visitor from New Zealand posted Fri January 8, 2010:
Hi This is a great photo and shows a Mosquito of 488 (NZ) Sqn

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 23, 2007:
Nicely lit showing perfectly the beautiful lines of this classic aircraft

A visitor from Canada posted Wed September 5, 2007:
It should still be flying even thuoght it was designed in england canadians had a very big part in its design and most of these aircraft were built in canada and flown by canadian crews i think it is canadas aircraft

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