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Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

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Maltatripper
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Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by Maltatripper » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:51 pm

American AA5B GO-CSE no wings
Avro Vulcan B2MRR XH537 nose only
BAC 111-479 ZE432 nose only
Boeing B737-229 G-CEAH nose only
CMC Leopard G-BKRL
DH Vampire T11 XE856
EE Canberra PR7WT532 nose only
EE Lightning F53 ZF582 nose only
Gloster Meteor NF14 WS776
Hawker Hunter F6A XG160
HP Herald G-BEYF nose only
HP Victor XL164 nose only
NAA Harvard T2b KF388
Northrop Shelduck D1 XR346
Percival Provest T1 WW421
Piper Cadet 161 G-TLET wings removed
Sepecat Jaguar GR1 XX763
Vickers Viscount 806 G-OPAS nose only
Vickers Vanguard SIM nose only. A piece of tape on the control panel seems to indicate that it was taken from G-APEV
Westland Wessex HAS3 XT257
Westland Wasp HAS1 XT431

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Re: Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by Bobbybefc » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:30 pm

:D

Nice comprehensive report seem to remember seeing the AA5 at Thruxton a few years back.

Bob :cool:

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Re: Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by bizfreeq » Mon Aug 17, 2015 1:49 pm

Maltatripper wrote: Boeing B737-229 G-CEAH nose only
No offence but there is a lot more than just a nose! It is around 2/3 of a full fuselage, and it contains an exhibition dedicated to local holiday firm/airline Bath Travel/Palmair and is stood on its own landing gear!
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Re: Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by Maltatripper » Mon Aug 17, 2015 7:55 pm

Fair point.

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Re: Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by Maltatripper » Fri Jun 01, 2018 12:14 pm

Just spotted error in report.

The Vanguard SIM can not be G-APEV, which was a Heron.

Must be G-APEU.

Sorry for this error.

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Re: Bournemouth Aviation Museum 25/07/2015

Post by bizfreeq » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:38 pm

The Vanguard sim isn't from a real aircraft, it was built as a training aid.
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