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Photo ID: 2485771
Views: 269
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France - Air Force
Beech C-45F Expeditor
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, September 6, 1956
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47516 (cn 7924) Built for USAAF as 44-47516 but diverted to the French Air Force in December 1944. Operated by ET61 transport unit when visiting Blackbushe during the 1956 Farnborough week.
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Photo ID: 2470267
Views: 801
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Canada - Air Force
Bristol 170 Freighter Mk31M
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, September 7, 1956
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9699 / GC-699 (cn 13219) Bristol Freighter 31M of 137 Transport Flight, Royal Canadian Air Force wearing the early camouflage scheme used by the RCAF.
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Photo ID: 2466722
Views: 523
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UK - Air Force
Gloster Meteor T7
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, September 6, 1955
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WG942 This Meteor T.7 twin-seat trainer is being used in the communications role and therefore does not wear the period yellow T-band on its rear fuselage. It is fitted with a long range belly tank.
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Photo ID: 2456086
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Socata TB-20 Trinidad GT
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, April 29, 2009
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G-RRFC / 200 (cn 2053) Previously F-OILV. Built in 2001. Taxiing along towards runway 25.
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Photo ID: 2419416
Views: 641
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UK - Navy
Westland WS-51 Dragonfly HR1 (S-51)
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, July 23, 1966
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VX597 / CU-913 (cn WA/H/10) Early production Dragonfly built under license from Sikorsky. It had served in the rescue role with the RNAS Culdrose station flight.
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Photo ID: 2409951
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Auster J-1 Autocrat
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, July 23, 1966
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G-AGVI (cn 1860) Built in December 1945. As a one-off conversion, fitted with a Rover TP gas turbine engine in 1965, reverting to the normal Blackburn Cirrus Minor in 1968. Crashed at Portadown in November 1972.
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Photo ID: 2365450
Views: 1000
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Bristol 170 Freighter Mk31
Blackbushe (BBS / EGLK)
UK - England, April 9, 1955
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ZK-AYG (cn 12826) Delivered to SAFE in May 1951, operating a frequent freight service across the Cook Strait between North and South Islands. Crashed at Blenheim on 3 February 1954 and returned to UK by sea for rebuilding without cabin windows. Withdrawn in 1967 after 16,703 hours. Its fuselage was used to build a 'new' ZK-CWF.
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