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Yorkshire Air Museum,  Elvington  Dave Rose 7th April 2013

I was attending a Supercar driving event at Elvington Airfield so it was the ideal opportunity to catch up on the inmates at the museum. It had been at least 10 years since I last visited and it has turned into an excellent attraction, with the stars of the show being the Nimrod and Victor. They fire both up on a Sunday afternoon, it certainly brought back memories of the good old days!!. During the visit they also taxied the Devon around and the Dakota was open for viewing. There are many interesting buildings to look around, including the original control tower and large hangar which houses many of the smaller exhibits. Its 9 admission and well worth it, its amazing that its totally maintained by volunteers.

Its situated just off the A64 south of York.


H1968 Avro 504K Replica
G-AAAH DH Gipsy Moth Replica
G-AFFI Mignet HM14 Pou-du-Ciel   
HJ711 DH Mosquito NF.11  
KN353 Douglas Dakota IV  
FK338 Fairchild Argus  
LV907 Handley Page Halifax II  
RA854 Slingsby T7  
R6690 Supermarine Spitfire I Replica
VV901 Avro Anson T21  
XV290 Bae Nimrod MR2  
G-ASCD Beagle Terrier 2  
XN974 Blackburn Buccaneer S2  
XX901 Blackburn Buccaneer S2B  
538 Dassault Mirage IIIE  
VP967 DH Devon  
WH846 EE Canberra T4  
XS903 EE Lighnting F6  
G-YURO Europa Prototype  
XL502 Fairey Gannet AEW3  
XH767 Gloster Javelin F9  
WK864 Gloster Meteor F8  
WS788 Gloster Meteor NF14  
G-AVPN HP Herald HPR7 srs 200  
XL231 HP Victor K2  
XV748 Hawker Harrier GR3  
N-268 Hawker Hunter FGA78  
XL571 Hawker Hunter Tt7  
XP640 Jet Provost T4  
21417 Lockheed Silver Star  
XZ631 Panavia Tornado GR4  
ZA354 Panavia Tornado GR1  
WH991 Westland Dragonfly HR5  

A few shots



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