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Photo ID 264661 by rinze de vries. New Zealand Air Force Bristol 170 Freighter Mk31M, ZK EPG
Photo ID: 264661
Former Royal New Zealand Air Force Freighter NZ5911 came to Bristol in January 2018. The machine is stored in the conservation workshop awaiting her turn in the restoration queue. In front are her two 1980 hp Bristol Hercules 734 engines.
Photo ID 264660 by rinze de vries. UK Royal Flying Corps Bristol Scout D Replica, A1742
Photo ID: 264660
The original Scout D A1742, fitted with a Gnome Monosoupape engine, was delivered to the Royal Flying Corps in mid-1916. Prior to coming to Aerospace Bristol in March 2017, the Scout was on display at Old Warden with the Shuttleworth Collection.
Photo ID 264659 by rinze de vries. UK Royal Flying Corps Bristol Scout D Replica, A1742
Photo ID: 264659
No original examples of the Scout are known to have survived. This static replica was built for the 1962 Olympia Royal Tournament. It represents the first aircraft in the last batch of fifty Scout D’s for the Royal Flying Corps (serials A1742 to A1791).
Photo ID 264026 by rinze de vries. Canada Air Force Bristol Bolingbroke IV, 9048
Photo ID: 264026
This Bolingbroke IV is one of 676 aircraft built by the Fairchild Aircraft Company plant at Longueuil, Québec, Canada. RCAF-9048 entered service with No.8 (Bomber Reconnaissance) Squadron at RCAF Station Sydney, Nova Scotia, in November 1941.
Photo ID 264025 by rinze de vries. Canada Air Force Bristol Bolingbroke IV, 9048
Photo ID: 264025
RCAF-9048 will be restored in her original RCAF camouflage of No.8 (BR) Squadron as flown from RCAF Station Sydney (Nova Scotia) in November 1941 and RCAF Station Sea Island, located beside Vancouver Airport, from January 1942.
Photo ID 263990 by rinze de vries. UK Navy British Aerospace Sea Harrier FA 2, ZD610
Photo ID: 263990
This side of ZD610 has the markings of No.801 Squadron (code ‘L-000’) applied, with those of No.800 Squadron (code ‘R-126’) on the port side. The Sea Harrier had earlier been on display at Bruntingthorpe.
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