Aviation Photo #1073370 De Havilland DH-115 Vampire T11 - Untitled

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The view south across historic Point Cook aerodrome towards the former First World War-vintage seaplane station. In the foreground two of the Roulettes' PC-9s share the apron with Vampire VH-ZVZ. Point Cook is Australia's oldest operating aerodrome. Situated 25 kilometres south east of Melbourne on Port Phillip Bay, land was first purchased for use as a military aerodrome in early 1913 and the Central Flying School opened here shortly afterwards. Today Point Cook is home to the RAAF Museum, among other units.
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    Phil Vabre
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    April 9, 2006
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Photo Added: July 11, 2006

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