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Photo ID: 1858263
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De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, June 30, 1990
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VH-BKS (cn 83118) RAAF Association Aviation Heritage Museum. Built in 1940 by De Havilland, Hatfield, UK for the RAF as R5259, but shipped to Australia under Empire Air Training Scheme (retained RAF serial). Served with 3 Elementary Flying Training School and 9 EFTS at Cunderdin. Sold in 1947 - registered briefly as VH-BHK before becoming VH-BKS, spending most of its life as a crop sprayer. Bought by RAAF Association Museum in 1972, restored in 1987/88. Sold to Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, in 2007.
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Photo ID: 1858261
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Avro 683 Lancaster B.VII
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, June 30, 1990
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NX622 One of 17 intact Lancasters worldwide. Built in May 1945 as NX622 by Austin Motors, Longbridge, Birmingham, UK. Flew only 7 hours with the RAF, then stored. To Aeronavale in 1952 as WU-16, based in Noumea. To RAAF Association 1.12.62, initially on static display at Perth Airport. Moved to RAAF Association Aviation Heritage Museum, Bull Creek in August 1979. Seen here under extensive restoration. Now believed to be the most complete and original Lancaster in the world.
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Photo ID: 1539159
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Supermarine 361 Spitfire LF16E (replica)
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, May 1, 2009
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TB592 / NI-V This full scale replica Spitfire stands guard at the entrance to the Aviation Heritage Museum at Bull Creek.
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Photo ID: 1525778
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Avro 683 Lancaster B7
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, May 1, 2009
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NX622 / JO-D Couldn't ask for a better greeting when one enters the Southern Wing of the Aviation Heritage Museum of WA at Bull Creek. Note the bomb bay. Just amazing to see this old bird.
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Photo ID: 1525024
Views: 5150
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De Havilland (Australia) DH-115 Vampire T35
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, May 1, 2009
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A79-821 (cn DHA4101) Thanks to John from the museum for the tour and the stories. This one is for John who was once a Vampire Pilot.
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Photo ID: 1525021
Views: 6355
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Avro 683 Lancaster B7
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, May 1, 2009
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NX622 / JO-D The amazing cockpit of this old classic. The legless dummy pilot looks more effective from the exterior! Thanks to the staff for the access to the aircraft. Much appreciated.
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Photo ID: 1524533
Views: 5354
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Douglas C-47B Dakota (DC-3)
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, May 1, 2009
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A65-124 / 45-957 (cn 34220/16960) Thanks to the great staff at the Bull Creek Air Museum. A truly great bunch of guys that just love their aircraft!
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Photo ID: 1349441
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Douglas C-47B Dakota (DC-3)
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, April 12, 2008
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A65-124 (cn 34220/16960) The view from the cockpit, looking across to the 'Lanc'. Thanks to Paul Markman for his editing help.
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Photo ID: 1346839
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Avro 683 Lancaster B7
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, April 12, 2008
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NX622 Inside our 'Lanc' looking forward, from the main door. The tracks heading aft hold the .50 cal ammo for the rear turret, with the magazines mounted at the aft end of the bomb bay. The hydraulic oil reservoir to the left is for the Martin mid upper turret, normally located directly above the bomb bay, with the rear gunners heating line running down the right hand side. The drum in the centre houses the ASV radar scanner (a maritime search version of the H2S radar). The round windows look into the bomb bay.
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Photo ID: 1346838
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Avro 683 Lancaster B7
Off-Airport - Bull Creek
Australia - Western Australia, April 9, 2008
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NX622 Inside the nose of our 'Lanc'. Clockwise from left the major items are the bombsight computer, the grey box above is the F24 camera controller, the two magazines for the twin .303 guns hang down from the nose turret above, the escape hatch can be seen below, the MK XIV bombsight in the centre of the nose blister and then finally across to the stick bombing timing unit. Not the place for the feint hearted in a war! Thanks to Paul Markman for his editing help.
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