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XK695 Originally displayed as a complete aircraft at Duxford until it was broken up and the nose section transported by road to the De Havilland Museum where it's restoration continues. (more of XK695)
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Comet Simulator at the De Havilland Museum
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F-BGNX The interior has also been restored and is now open for public viewing. One half of the cabin shows the seating arrangement and the other half shows the bare shell and insulation. This is the only surviving Comet 1 with the square windows remaining. (more of F-BGNX)
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F-BGNX De Havilland Museum. Arrived by road from Farnborough in 1985 and has been restored and repainted. Rather than paint the lower half silver it has been wrapped in a silver vinyl material which should see it last for many years to come. (more of F-BGNX)
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G-BDIW in a dismantled state before her departure to the new home at the Hermeskeil Aviation Museum near Trier, where she was preserved first in the same colours and later repainted again in Dan Air London┤s 1990 colour scheme, (more of G-BDIW)
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G-BDIW This former Dan Air London Comet 4C was repainted in `Rhein Ruhr Flughafen DŘsseldorf┤house colours in spring 1986 and she was preserved for another two years together with D-BABY, visible on the left side. (more of G-BDIW)
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G-BDIW After the closure of the Air Classic Aviation Museum, she was preserved for another three years together with Vickers Viking D-BABY beside the LTU-hangar. (more of G-BDIW)
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G-BDIW Seen during her towing to the Air Classic Museum, which sadly didn┤t exist very long. After the closure of the museum G-BDIW crossed the road again to her resting place just beside LTU-hangar 8. (more of G-BDIW)
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XK699 Originally displayed as a gate guard at the now closed RAF Lyneham. It was hoped to save the whole airframe for a museum but too much corrosion was found. The aircraft was broken up with the forward fuselage being saved for the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection here at Old Sarum (more of XK699)
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G-APDD Bad quality, but historic moment: G-APDD lying on the runway after the nosewheel collapsed on landing. This was her last commercial flight. After repairs it was ferried gear-down to Lasham where it was scrapped in March 1973 (more of G-APDD)
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G-CPDA still in taxiing conditions @ Cold War Museum in Bruntingthorpe (more of G-CPDA)
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G-CPDA [Canon EOS 400D]. 'Canopus' in the snow. (more of G-CPDA)