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Images Dated 9th June 2020

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British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar Featured 9 Jun 2020 Image

British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar

British Overseas Airways Corporation Lockheed 18-08 Lodestar G-AGDD Loch Losna (msn 2087, ex NX34901, to Royal Norwegian Air Force July 1945 as 2087). The BOAC Lodestars were widely used, carrying diplomats and VIPs as well as essential freight to friendly or neutral countries, particularly Stockholm in Sweden and Lisbon in Portugal, though they were soon supplanted on the Stockholm run when Mosquitos became available. - 16th October, 1941. Date: 1941

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

RAF Halton Ten Tors expedition 1977 - RAF Bedford coach Featured 9 Jun 2020 Image

RAF Halton Ten Tors expedition 1977 - RAF Bedford coach

RAF Halton Apprentices competing in the 1977 Ten Tors cross-country team march. - The ubiquitous RAF Bedford SB3 (43AC42) with Strachans Pacesaver bodywork, used by the 1977 Ten Tors team. Anybody that served in the RAF in the 70s and 80s will be VERY familiar with these dreadful buses. Date: 1977

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Royal Air Force Captured Messerschmitt Bf 110C-5 AX772 Featured 9 Jun 2020 Image

Royal Air Force Captured Messerschmitt Bf 110C-5 AX772

Royal Air Force Captured Messerschmitt Bf 110C-5 AX772 (Luftwaffe 5F-CM of $(F)/14) (W.Nr. 2177) Buit by Gothaer Waggonfabrik AG 5F-CM was based at Cherbourg and intercepted during a reconnaissance mission on 21 July 1940 and forced to land in a beet field near Goodwood racecourse. Recovered to the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough it was repaired with parts from Bf 110C-5 2N-EP, which had been forced down near Wareham on 11 July 1940. Given the serial AX772 she was flown on 25 October 1940 and evaluated bu the RAE before transfer to the Air Fighting Development Unit at RAF Duxford on 13 October 1941. When transferred to No. 1426 (EAC) Flight at Duxford on 5 March 1942, the Luftwaffe camouflage had been replaced with standard RAF trainer colours of Dark Green and Dark Earth upper surfaces with Yellow undersides (this dates the photo to before then). AX772 continued to be flown up to November 1945 when it was put in storage at 47 MU RAF Sealand. Date: 1941

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library