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|Vic's Viking Garage is a well known landmark in Johannesburg and takes it's name from the Vickers Viking that previously occupied the roof. This is an ex South African Air Force Shackleton.|
The Avro Shackleton was a British long-range maritime patrol aircraft for use by the Royal Air Force. It was developed by Avro from the Avro Lincoln bomber with a new fuselage. It was original...
|The four remaining airframes were put up for auction by Sotheby’s and made available for viewing at Waddington - the auction took place on 3 July 1991, and the Shackleton Preservation Trust secured two airframes, WL790 and WR963, which were flown to Coventry on 10 July.|
WR963 has been maintained in ground-running condition and has also been partly restored to look like an MR2, while Air ...
|Newark Air Museum |
Avro Vulcan XM594
English Electric Canberra
and many others
|This file summarizes the main locations of the adventure Shackleton and his crew passed with the Endurance from 1914 to 1916. ||08/20/2005||528|
|WR967, delivered on 23 November 1971, and named ‘Zebedee’, although it subsequently suffered some damage in an accident on 7 September 1972. After this, it was withdrawn from use, and had its wings and rear fuselage removed becoming an aircrew procedures trainer with the unit. It was cunningly renamed ‘Dodo’, and was eventually saved from the scrapman in 1991, and is now stored at Paphos Intern...||09/03/2010||738|
|The Avro 679 Manchester was a British twin-engine heavy bomber developed during the Second World War by the Avro aircraft company in the United Kingdom. Serving in the Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force, the Manchester was an operational failure because of its underdeveloped, underpowered, and unreliable engines. The aircraft was, however, the forerunner of the successful four-engined...||09/08/2014||71|
|The remains of an Avro York which crashed in 1956||12/30/2009||921|
|Avro Lancaster (Just Jane) East Kirkby Air Museum||10/05/2007||404|
|The Avro Type 694 Lincoln was a British four-engined heavy bomber of the Second World War, first flying on 9 June 1944 and entering service in August 1945, too late to be used in action. The last piston-powered bomber built for the RAF, a total of 604 were built.|
|Avro Vulcan XM598 at Cosford in Shropshire, England.||09/16/2007||429|
|This is the Calgary Aerospace Museum in Calgary, Alberta.|
It is currently the biggest Aerospace Museum from The U.S Border to the North Pole and Vancouver to Ontario. It has a nosecone of the legendary Avro Arrow.
Here are the names of the planes in the courtyard from North to South going left to right:
DC-3, Avro Lancaster, Unknown, Supermarine Spitfire, Sikorsky S-55, CF-...
|Avro Vulcan, ID XJ823, parked at Solway Aviation Museum, England.||09/14/2007||4,474|