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“Sience Airplane”

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Photo ID: 0979918
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UK - Air Force
BAC TSR-2
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, December 16, 2005
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XR222 (cn XO-4) Seen on the active ramp prior to being moved to the £25 million AirSpace Museum hangar. The aircraft had just been rolled out after completion of an 18 month restoration programme. The aircraft was the forth production airframe and was incomplete when the project was cancelled. It was allocated to the Cranfield Institute of Technology prior to being transferred to the Imperial War Museum.
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Photo ID: 0784373
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De Havilland DH-106 Comet C4
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 3, 1978
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XW626 (cn 06419) Was operated by Royal Aircraft Establishment Bedford on Nimrod AEW radar trials. The aircraft was later scrapped at Bedford.
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Photo ID: 0979919
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UK - Air Force
BAC TSR-2
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, December 16, 2005
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XR222 (cn XO-4) Seen here shortly after being rolled out following a 18 month restoration programme. The aircraft was moved to the £25 million AirSpace Museum hangar. XR222 was the forth production aircraft and was incomplete when the project was cancelled. It was allocated to the Cranfield Institute of Technology prior to be transferred to the Imperial War Museum.
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