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Newark Air Museum–July 2014

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A sunny day in Newark on Trent

IMG_4259   IMG_4339
Avro Vulcan B.2 XM594.   Avro Shackleton Mk.3 Phase 3 WR977.
IMG_4324   IMG_4344
English Electric Canberra T.19 WH904.   Phantom II Cockpit.
IMG_4357   IMG_4361
North American F.100D Super Sabre 54-223.   Dassault Mystere IV.A No. 83.
IMG_4373   IMG_4384
Handley Page Hastings T.5 TG517.   English Electric Lightning T.5 XS417.
IMG_4386   IMG_4389
    The Anderson Shelter.
IMG_4428   IMG_4380
Danger UXB.   Canberra cockpits are very popular.
IMG_4399   IMG_4420
Armstrong Whitworth Sea Hawk FB.3 WM913.   SAAB S-35XD Draken AR-107.
IMG_4424   IMG_4450
Stentor – Blue Steel engine.   MIG 23 and 27 (rear).
IMG_4465   IMG_4473
Gannet and its Radar.   Sea Harrier FRS.1 / FA.2 – ZA176.
IMG_4512   IMG_4554
Buccaneer S.1 XN964.    

Newark’s Vulcan B.2 XM594

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Newark on Trent that is – 08 July 2014

IMG_4268   IMG_4243
What it is.   What it could have carried.
IMG_4244   IMG_4290
Yellow Sun.   Or maybe a Blue Steel.
IMG_4256   IMG_4259
XM594.    
IMG_4278   IMG_4248
     
IMG_4294   IMG_4313
     
IMG_4263   IMG_4280
    Blue Steel and bomb bay fuel tank.
IMG_4266   IMG_4264
     
IMG_4544   IMG_4549
     
IMG_4315   IMG_4274
     
IMG_4309   IMG_4289
     

Live Aircraft

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Live and rather beautiful

In the Yorkshire sun

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