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Photo ID: 2230786
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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy T2
Halton (EGWN)
UK - England, June 11, 1983
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XP442 (cn 6774) Delivered to the RAF on 19th October 1962, it was one of four converted to T.2 with the larger radome. It was retired to No.1 School of Technical Training in October 1975 as 8454M. Seen here still wearing the markings of 114 Squadron and named "Pegasus". It was broken-up in 1991.
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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy T2
Kemble (EGBP)
UK - England, September 17, 1975
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XP446 (cn 6778) (Ex 70 Squadron, RAF Akrotiri) seen here while held in storage. This was one of only two Argosy C.1s converted to navigational trainers before the project was cancelled. This aircraft was later sold on the civil market and registered 9Q-COE.
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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy T2
Lancaster - General William J Fox (WJF)
USA - California, March 18, 2011
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N1430Z (cn 6779) Argosy! Now, you don't see many of those. Seen at Fox Field, where it's part of the Milestones of Flight museum. Ex-XP447 of the RAF.
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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy T2
Lancaster - General William J Fox (WJF)
USA - California, October 23, 2002
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N1430Z (cn 6779) Talk nicely to the staff at the Milestones of Flight Museum at Fox Field, Lancaster CA, and a tour of their former Royal Air Force Argosy XP447 could be a possibility. As this cargo cabin photo shows, restoration work was slow but in progress.
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Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy T2
Lancaster - General William J Fox (WJF)
USA - California, April 7, 2006
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N1430Z (cn 6779) "Horatious", built as XP447 for the RAF, on display at the Milestones of Flight Museum. The vortex generators on the back of the cockpit cab are really something!
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