|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|Now here's a rather luckier Victor! XL231, above, is owned by businessman Andre Tempest and is pampered by Roger Brooks and his crew at Elvington. XL231 carries out occasional taxi runs at special events when they have enough money for fuel (so if you visit, chuck a few quid in the appropriate bucket, eh!). She wears her Granby nose art with pride and goes under the name of 'Lusty Lindy'. More ...||09/19/2007||320|
|RAF Marham was the last home of the Victor force, and when they sadly left service in 1993 one was earmarked for preservation at the station. XH673 now graces the area outside the SHQ, so you need to be inside the station to get a picture (or high above it!). She was repainted in 1999 and has the cockpit glass covered with black panels to protect the cockpit interior - the perspex was apparentl...||09/19/2007||466|
|This is XM715; another one not just parked out in the rain as a dead static exhibit, no! She's a living, breathing example of the Victor, and regularly performs engine runs, and fast taxi runs on open days at Bruntingthorpe. XM715 was produced in the fourth B.2 batch and served with 139 and 100 squadrons, 232 OCU, 543 squadron, 232 OCU again and was converted to K.2 standard (ninth such convers...||09/19/2007||295|
|Moving up to Cosford we find XH672, a K.2 and an Operation Granby veteran. XH672 was initially ordered as a B.1 but produced as a B.2 in the first batch of them, converted to SR.2 (the fifth such conversion), she was later the final K.2 conversion. Served with 543, 57 and 55 squadrons. Maid Marian is her moniker and she carries artwork and mission markings on her port nose. She has spent 12 yea...||09/19/2007||295|
|The crash site of aircraft L4189, a British Handley Page Hampden Mark I bomber, which crashed on 30th September 1940 at Black Edge. It belonged to 106 Squadron, based at Finningley. It was on a navigation exercise at night when it crashed. In the opening years of the 21st century some small fragments of aircraft wreckage were still noted on site. |
Please note that a licence to ex...
|This is a famous WW2 photo of a stricken bomber during a raid over Germany in WW2.||02/25/2007||1,181|
|Duxford Aerodrome (IATA: QFO, ICAO: EGSU) is located 8 nautical miles (14.8 km) south of Cambridge in the village of Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England. |
The airfield is owned jointly by the Imperial War Museum and Cambridgeshire County Council and is the site of the Imperial War Museum Duxford and the American Air Museum.
Duxford Aerodrome has a CAA Ordinary Licenc...
|I made the 3D buildings at Duxford air museum,if you download could you please rate it. ||10/23/2005||733|
|this is the victor harbor skatepark in victor harbor, south australia. it has a 9 ft. vert wall, a 7 ft. bowl, a 8 ft. wall, quarters, banks, ledges, and a sub box.||09/09/2006||295|
|A bunch of tanks at Duxford Airport, UK.||09/16/2007||662|
|This is my new version of Duxford in 3D done after the new images. It comes with names of the planes and some 3D buildings.||12/06/2005||938|
|he collection of the former Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces Museum at Aldershot has moved to the Imperial War museum at Duxford.|
The museum is now called Airborne Assault Museum.
It can be found in hangar no. 1.
For the current visitor information, please visit the website of the museum: http://duxford.iwm.org.uk/.