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Photo ID: 2143708
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, April 12, 1982
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G-ALDG (cn 08) The fuselage of G-ALDG arrived at Duxford from Gatwick in January 1981. It had been retired from flying duties by Silver City Airways in 1962. After this, the fuselage was used by Caledonian for cabin crew training before being passed to the Gatwick Fire Service, who used it for smoke evacuation training. The Duxford Aviation Society took it on charge when it was longer needed for this purpose. It is now displayed at Duxford in BOAC colours.
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Photo ID: 1605828
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, July 8, 1962
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G-ALDG (cn 08) On final approach to Ringway's Runway 24 at the end of an inclusive tour charter flight. The fuselage of this aircraft is now preserved at Duxford.
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Photo ID: 1037610
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, April 5, 2006
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G-ALDG (cn 08) Captured immediately after her restoration including a complete repaint - the world's only surviving Hermes looks gorgeous in her pristine BOAC livery. The Hermes was the first purpose-built pressurised airliner built in Britain after the end of World War Two. Built in 1950 and nicknamed 'Horsa' this Hermes operated from London to West and South Africa from 1950 to 1953. The restoration is superb, with every panel and rivet now pristine. Soon to be moved inside AirSpace, so get your photos quick!
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Photo ID: 1022224
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, October 22, 2005
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G-ALDG (cn 08) [Canon EOS300D]. Rare shot showing the paint being stripped off.
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Photo ID: 0783290
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, Mid 1990's
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G-ALDG (cn 08) This is the only surviving Hermes. The wreck of G-ALDN in the Sahara desert has been melted down by the locals.
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Photo ID: 0553821
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, April 3, 2004
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G-ALDG (cn 08) "Horsa". This fuselage is all that survives of all the 25 Hermes airliners built. The Hermes, developed from the Hastings military transport, was the first purpose built, pressurised, airliner built in Britain after World War 2. The Hermes was used by BOAC on its route to West and South Africa from 1950 to 1953.
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Photo ID: 0526032
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, February 14, 2004
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G-ALDG (cn 08) This fuselage is the only surviving remnant of the 25 Hermes IV’s built. Delivered in 1950, 'Horsa' operated with BOAC, Airwork and Silver City until 1962 when she was retired to British United for cabin training, and was later used for smoke evacuation training at LGW. The fuselage arrived at Duxford in 1981 and has been gradually restored.
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Handley Page HP-81 Hermes 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, May 4, 2001
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G-ALDG (cn 08) This was once a cabin trainer at Gatwick and is now displayed at Duxford
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