Unofficial Museum Guide


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BAC TSR-2 XR222 (photo, Allan Barley) CASA 2-111 B2I-103 (photo, Allan Barley)
Cierva C.30A HM580 (photo, Allan Barley) Dassault Mystere IVA 57 (photo, Allan Barley)
Mosquito TT.35 TA719 (photo, Allan Barley) Sea Vixen FAW.2 XS576 (photo, Allan Barley)
Vampire T.11 WZ590 (photo, Allan Barley) Meteor F.8 WK991 (photo, Allan Barley)
Lightning F.1 XM135 (photo, Allan Barley) IA.58 Pucara A-549 (photo, Allan Barley)
Canberra B.2 WH725 (photo, Allan Barley) TBM-3E Avenger ‘46214’ (photo, Allan Barley)
Hastings C.1A TG528 (photo, Allan Barley) Sea Hawk FB.5 WM969 (photo, Allan Barley)

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4 Comments

  • By katie, 1 April 2011 @ 4:01 pm

    I LOVE DUXFORD I’V BEEN THERE TODAY AND I STAYED THERE FOR ALL DAY BUT I WENT WITH THE SCHOOL AND I GOT TO GO ON THE COACH.

  • By katie, 1 April 2011 @ 5:13 pm

    i LIKE DUXFORD cuz my mums friend was working there

  • By katie, 2 April 2011 @ 9:43 am

    duxford is goood cuz it has a lot of plains and when i went with the school i got to go inside the plain and i went in the fasted plain and it was called b52 and it was cool and besides if u like the plains then send a commet cuz i’v sent three

  • By Home, 25 August 2012 @ 10:25 pm

    There has recently been lesoss of not only the Mustang, but also B17, B25, Yak-52(2), Tiger Moth, etc. It is heart breaking to see these airplane lesoss let alone the human lesoss and injury.So should we ground all our classic planes?Imagine if all privately owned Warbirds were grounded in the ’60, how many Warbirds would still exist? I would think far fewer than we have now, without the incentive of getting these Warbirds flying most would be mouldering away as the cost of recovery and restoration is so great. A whole industry has evolved to restore and service these planes, this keeps a healthy bedrock of skills alive. How many Seafuries and Mustangs would we have if some guys hadn’t started racing them back in the ’50s? I used to think it was madness to risk such rare airframes until I realised that most would have been scrapped years ago if they hadn’t been raced.NowI think it’s a shame Critical Mass is being restored to stock’, funny how one’s opinions change over the years. While bussiness tycoons’ are prepared to pull wads of money out of their pockets and spend it on these planes we should think how fortunate we are and be happy they are not buying Art Work’ instead.I would like to thank all the people who devote so much time, cash, knowledge and skills to keep a broad smile on this little face in the crowd’. Well that’s my two-pence worth!

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