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Photo ID: 1185910
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Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R1 (801)
Doncaster (EGCI) (closed)
UK - England, January 27, 2007
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XW666 (cn 8041) On display at the AeroVenture museum, Doncaster, this Nimrod ditched into the Moray Firth on 15th May 1995. All the crew survived.
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Photo ID: 1044436
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Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R1 (801)
Doncaster (EGCI) (closed)
UK - England, April 8, 2006
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XW666 (cn 8041) Ditched into the sea at Moray Firth after an engine fire on 15-May-1995. The incident was infamously relayed to TV audiences via the rescue helicopters, who were at the scene of the incident before the Nimrod. All crew survived, and the joke persists that they barely got their feet wet before being rescued! Wreckage fished out of the sea and preserved at AeroVenture (South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum). Some say the demonic registration foretold trouble...
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Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R1 (801)
Doncaster (EGCI) (closed)
UK - England, October 2003
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XW666 (cn 8041) Previously displayed at Long Marston, Nimrod R.1 XW666 nose had moved to Aeroventure (the South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum) at Doncaster when I visited in October 2003 and made a spectacular "entrance guard" to the museum. On the 16th May 1995 during a test flight there was a catastrophic fire resulting from a starter motor exploding and the crew had to ditch the Nimrod in the Moray Firth before the main spar failed. Thankfully all the crew escaped with their lives.
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