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Canberra Collection

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra aeroplane

English Electric Canberra aeroplane
English Electric Canberra WH655 aeroplane. 1940s

Background imageCanberra Collection: Imperial Airways Poster, flights to Australia

Imperial Airways Poster, flights to Australia
Imperial Airways Poster, advertising flights to Australia taking ten and a half days. 1935

Background imageCanberra Collection: Canberra: the swimming-pool

Canberra: the swimming-pool
Colour illustration depicting the swimming pool of P&Os super-liner Canberra. Designed by architects Casson and Rendle, the pool was of white mosaic and set within tiers of sunbathing terraces

Background imageCanberra Collection: From left: Panavia Tornado, SEPECAT Jaguar

From left: Panavia Tornado, SEPECAT Jaguar, BAC Strikemaster, English Electric Lightning F6 and English Electric Canberra T4

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrat

English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrat
New equipment for NATO. A newly arrived English Electric Canberra B(I)8 for 2nd TAF at RAF Wildenrath in 1956. Date: 1956

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B2 WD932

English Electric Canberra B2 WD932
English Electric Canberra B2, WD932, was demonstrated at Martin Airport to 20, 000 employees of Martin and their families and civic and business leaders of Maryland and Baltimore. 11 March 1951

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra PR7 WH799

English Electric Canberra PR7 WH799
English Electric Canberra PR7, WH799

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B2 WH713

English Electric Canberra B2 WH713
English Electric Canberra B2, WH713, was powered by two Bristol Siddeley Olympus turbojets

Background imageCanberra Collection: First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165

First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165
First prototype English Electric Canberra B2, VX165

Background imageCanberra Collection: Two Indian Air Force English Electric Canberra B(I)58s

Two Indian Air Force English Electric Canberra B(I)58s

Background imageCanberra Collection: Eng. Electric Canberra

Eng. Electric Canberra
Mark 2 : British jet bomber Date: circa 1950

Background imageCanberra Collection: Harland & Wolff - promotional brochure

Harland & Wolff - promotional brochure
Harland and Wolff - extremely rare Harland & Wolff promotional brochure. This soft-bound volume includes company history and information

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B2 WH699 Aries IV

English Electric Canberra B2 WH699 Aries IV
English Electric Canberra B2, WH699, Aries IV, arrives at Wingfield Aerodrome, Cape Town, after breaking the record from London. 17 December 1953. Date: 1953

Background imageCanberra Collection: United States Air Force - Martin NRB-57D Canberra 53-3973

United States Air Force - Martin NRB-57D Canberra 53-3973 31 May 1956 accepted by the 4080 Strategic Reconnaissance Wing 1959-61: AFSC. Converted to WB-57D

Background imageCanberra Collection: The crew of English Electric Canberra B2 WD932

The crew of English Electric Canberra B2 WD932
The crew of English Electric Canberra B2, WD932, arrive at Andrews Field, Washington DC, and pose for news reels. From left: Flt Lt Ernest A.J. Haskett, Sqn Ldr Arthur E

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra T. 17 WK111

English Electric Canberra T. 17 WK111
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra T.17 WK111 EA, of No.360 Squadron, used for Electronic Counter Measures training and simulation for exercises. Date: circa 1980

Background imageCanberra Collection: The first English Electric Canberra B2 for Venezuela

The first English Electric Canberra B2 for Venezuela, 1-A-39, takes-off from Samlesbury on the first stage of its delivery flight

Background imageCanberra Collection: Two RAF English Electric Canberra PR9s over Malaya

Two RAF English Electric Canberra PR9s over Malaya, XH133 and XH168

Background imageCanberra Collection: Canberra: The First Class Lounge

Canberra: The First Class Lounge
Colour illustration depicting the First Class Lounge of Canberra, P&Os super-liner. The ship set off on her maiden voyage to Sydney, Australia in June 1961

Background imageCanberra Collection: GAF English Electric Canberra B20 A84-220

GAF English Electric Canberra B20 A84-220
GAF English Electric Canberra B20, A84-220, of the RaF

Background imageCanberra Collection: Air Race winning English Electric Canberra PR3, WE139

Air Race winning English Electric Canberra PR3, WE139
Rolling out Flt Lt Burtons New Zealand Air Race winning English Electric Canberra PR3, WE139, at Heathrow, October 1953. Date: 1953

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B6 WJ764

English Electric Canberra B6 WJ764
English Electric Canberra B6, WJ764

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra PR. 7 - PR. 9 prototype WH793

English Electric Canberra PR. 7 - PR. 9 prototype WH793
English Electric Canberra PR.7 (PR.9 prototype) WH793, at the 1955 SBAC Farnborough Air-show. A brand new PR.7 taken from the production line and converted by D. Napier and Sons Ltd

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B. 2 WD952

English Electric Canberra B. 2 WD952
English Electric Canberra B.2 WD952. Bristol Olympus test-bed at the 1952 Farnborough SBAC show. Bailed directly from the production line to Bristol Aeroplane Company for development of Olympus

Background imageCanberra Collection: Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine
Wright J65 (Armstrong Siddeley) Sapphire turbojet engine. The Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire was a British turbojet engine licence- Built in the United States by Curtiss-Wright of the Wright

Background imageCanberra Collection: Canberra at Fairford

Canberra at Fairford
English Electric Canberra B.2 99+34 from WTD-61 at Manching, Bavaria, at the 1993 Royal International Air Tattoo - RAF Fairford 21 to 27 July 1993. Date: 1993

Background imageCanberra Collection: Douglas Skyraider AEW. 1 WT983

Douglas Skyraider AEW. 1 WT983
Douglas Skyraider AEW.1 WT983 (msn 7427), from the FAA Museum collection, mis-painted as WT121, which is a Canberra, at the Yeovilton International Air Day on 12 July 1996. () Date: 1996

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra T. 4 WT484

English Electric Canberra T. 4 WT484
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra T.4 WT484 (msn 71442), at Paris-Le Bourget Airport for the 1955 Paris Air Show. Date: 1955

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra PR. 9 WH793

English Electric Canberra PR. 9 WH793
English Electric Canberra PR.9 WH793 (msn EE-242), the prototype PR.9, at the SBAC Farnborough Air Show from 3-9 September 1956

Background imageCanberra Collection: Ocean Liners - items from collection of Miss Irwin

Ocean Liners - items from collection of Miss Irwin
Ocean Liners - fascinating extensive collection of Lancastria printed ephemera, Canadian Pacific, Canberra collected by Miss Irwin, later Mrs Hughes around 1933. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCanberra Collection: BAC Canberra B. 82 1233

BAC Canberra B. 82 1233
Fuerza Aerea Venezolana - BAC Canberra B.82 1233 (msn 71101), at RAF Greenham Common, on 23 June 1979 for the International Air Tattoo. (Fuerza Aerea Venezolana - Venezuelan Air Force) Date: 1979

Background imageCanberra Collection: Hawker Siddeley HS. 125-3B VH-ECF

Hawker Siddeley HS. 125-3B VH-ECF
Hawker Siddeley HS.125-3B VH-ECF (msn 25069), prior to delivery to Qantas (Queensland and Northern Territories Air Service), with Short SC.9 XH132

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B(I). 8 XH208 A

English Electric Canberra B(I). 8 XH208 A
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra B(I).8 XH208 A (msn S&H.9), of No.3 Squadron, at RAF Wattisham. Date: circa 1967

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B. 2 WJ730

English Electric Canberra B. 2 WJ730
English Electric Canberra B.2 WJ730, on the RAE Farnborough dump in June 1962, after being withdrawn from use by the Empire Test Pilot's School

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B. 2 WJ814 M

English Electric Canberra B. 2 WJ814 M
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra B.2 WJ814 M, of No.98 Squadron, based at RAF Cottesmore, used for radar calibration of the United Kingdom Air Defence Ground Environment. Date: circa 1970

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra PR. 7 WT527

English Electric Canberra PR. 7 WT527
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra PR.7 WT527 (msn 71435), of No.31 Squadron, in storage prior to delivery to RAF Wildenrath as 8137M. Date: circa 1970

Background imageCanberra Collection: Hawker Siddeley HS. 125 series 3 VH-ECF

Hawker Siddeley HS. 125 series 3 VH-ECF
Hawker Siddeley HS.125 series 3 VH-ECF (msn 25069), prior to delivery to Qantas (Queensland and Northern Territories Air Service), with Short SC.9 XH132

Background imageCanberra Collection: Martin RB-57B Canberra NASA 809

Martin RB-57B Canberra NASA 809 (msn 166, ex 52-1576) at the Edwards Air Force Base Flight test Museum. (NASA 809 was modified for use as a Hydrogen fuel test-bed)

Background imageCanberra Collection: Douglas Skyraider AEW. 1 WT983

Douglas Skyraider AEW. 1 WT983
Douglas Skyraider AEW.1 WT983 (msn 7427), from the FAA Museum collection, mis-painted as WT121, which is a Canberra, at the Yeovilton International Air Day on 12 July 1996. () Date: 1996

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra E. 15 WH964 4

English Electric Canberra E. 15 WH964 4
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra E.15 WH964 4 (msn SH1689), of No. 98 Squadron, at RAF Cottesmore. The Canberra E.15s were conversions from B.15 reconnaissance-bombers

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B. 2 WV787

English Electric Canberra B. 2 WV787
Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment - English Electric Canberra B.2 WV787 (msn 71644), water-spray tanker for icing tests

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra B. 6 mod. WH953

English Electric Canberra B. 6 mod. WH953
Royal Aircraft Establishment - English Electric Canberra B.6 (mod.) WH953 (msn SH1678), at RAF Greenham Common on 27 June 1981 for the 1981 International Air Tattoo. Date: 1981

Background imageCanberra Collection: English Electric Canberra T. 11 WH714

English Electric Canberra T. 11 WH714
Royal Air Force - English Electric Canberra T.11 WH714, of 228 Operational Conversion Unit at RAF Leeming, on 3 August 1961. Date: 1961

Background imageCanberra Collection: Short Canberra PR. 9 XH168

Short Canberra PR. 9 XH168
Royal Air Force - Short Canberra PR.9 XH168 AB of No.39 Squadron, at RAF Marham, in Norflok. Date: circa 1990

Background imageCanberra Collection: Duke and Duchess of York, Canberra, Australia

Duke and Duchess of York, Canberra, Australia
The Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, arriving to open the new Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. 1927

Background imageCanberra Collection: Martin RB-57A Canberra 52-1492

Martin RB-57A Canberra 52-1492
(United States Air Force - ) Martin RB-57A Canberra 52-1492 (msn 075), in storage with the 4440th Aircraft Delivery Group in Virginia, circa 1965. Date: circa 1965

Background imageCanberra Collection: Martin RB-57A Canberra

Martin RB-57A Canberra (No Ser number), formerly of the363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing. Date: circa 1954

Background imageCanberra Collection: United States Air Force - Martin B-57E Canberra 55-4251

United States Air Force - Martin B-57E Canberra 55-4251
United States Air Force - Martin EB-57E Canberra 55-4251 of the 4713th Defense Systems Evaluation Squadron at Otis Air Force Base



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