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Photo ID: 2162581
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, July 15, 1995
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E Of Bae seen taxiing at Flying Legends 95. Sadly, this the world's last flying Mosquito, crashed at Barten on 21.7.96.
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Photo ID: 1788109
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, May 30, 1981
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E Whilst the Hurricane and Spitfire took most of the credit as allied combat aircraft of WWII the versatile all wooden Mossie deserved equal acclaim. When it entered service it was the fastest operational aircraft in the world. Over 7000 were built and this was the last airworthy example, tragically crashing with both crew killed at Barton, Manchester during an airshow on 27th July 1996. Kodachrome 64 and converted to black and white for mood.
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Photo ID: 1781478
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, May 30, 1981
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E This was the last airworthy Mosquito and it was owned by British Aerospace. First flying in 1940 the Mossie was a very effective, fast all wooden aircraft and over 7000 were built. Tragically, this aircraft crashed and was destroyed killing both crew at Barton, Manchester during a display on 27th July 1996.
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Photo ID: 1772691
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Doncaster / Sheffield - Robin Hood (Finningley) (DSA / EGCN)
UK - England, September 17, 1983
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E This was the last airworthy Mosquito. First flying in 1940 the Mossie was a very effective, fast all wooden aircraft and over 7000 were built. This aircraft crashed and was destroyed killing both crew at Barton, Manchester during an air display on 27th July 1996.
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Photo ID: 1418853
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, May 30, 1981
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E This gem was the worlds last airworthy Mosquito and it was always a pleasure to watch its nimble performance. Sadly it crashed and was destroyed with the loss of two lives at Barton, Manchester on 27th July, 1996
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Photo ID: 1347872
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Greenham Common (EGVI) (closed)
UK - England, June 27, 1981
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E The last flying Mosquito seen here on th eflightline of the IAT 1981. Sadly she crashed in 1996 during the Barton Airshow.
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Photo ID: 1202358
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, July 14, 1996
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E Of British Aerospace seen departing Duxford for the very last time. Sadly, 7 days after this photograph was taken, she crashed at the Barton airshow on 21.7.96. This was the last flying Mosquito.
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Photo ID: 1152219
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De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito T3
Wyton (EGUY)
UK - England, May 15, 1989
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G-ASKH / RR299/HT-E Of British Aerospace seen here taxiing. Sadly, this the world's last flying Mosquito, crashed at the Barton Air Show on 21.7.96.
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