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|English Electric Lightning (F2A XN728) abandoned and vandalised at the side of the A1 near Newark, England||02/03/2008||634|
|The Australian government ordered 24 F-111C aircraft in 1963 to replace the Royal Australian Air Force's English Electric Canberras in the bombing and tactical strike role. While the first aircraft was officially handed over in 1968, structural integrity problems found in the U.S. Air Force F-111s delayed the entry into service of the F-111C until 1973. USAF F-4 Phantom IIs were leased as an in...||12/01/2009||406|
|Newark Air Museum |
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English Electric Canberra
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Operator: Royal Air Force: (35 Squadron)
Accident Date: 22 Nov 1956
Accident Site: Carn an t-Sagairt MÚr (1,047m / 3,430ft)
Aircraft Accident Details
This particular Canberra was attached to No.35 Squadron RAF. (No.50 Squadron also had been equipped with Canberras, but theirs had been replaced with Avro Vulcan bombers 10 months pri...
|One of the largest plants of GE turbofans. General Electric is the world's leading producer of large and small jet engines for commercial and military aircraft. Plant is near Cincinnati, Ohio.||08/26/2005||439|
|The 4 mile long dam left of this placemark is considered the world's largest earth-filled hydro-electric dam. It was completed in 1940 and was the cover photo to the first issue of Life magazine. |
The spillway (reservoir overflow) is to the upper right.
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|Tokyo Electric Power Company|
|A Hydro-electric power plant on the Rhine near the nuclear power station Fessenheim||09/08/2005||422|
|This is the electrified route of the East Troy Electric Railroad, the last remaining approximately 5.5-mile stretch of the long defunct TMER&L (The Milwaukee Electric Rail & Light) interurban service. In 2007, the ETER celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the opening of line from Milwaukee to East Troy. Visitors may enjoy rides aboard vintage interurbans that ran on the North and South Shore l...||07/27/2007||637|
|The English Electric Canberra was in service with the South African Air Force from 1963 to 1991 and served with 12 Squadron operating from AFB Waterkloof as tactical bombers and high altitude reconnaissance aircraft.|
The SAAF operated two variants of the Canberra; the B(I).12 and the T.4. The latter was the training derivative and two survived in South Africa. Number 457 was allo...
|Electric and Electronic Department||01/11/2010||1,378|
|The English Electric Lightning (later the BAC Lightning) was a supersonic fighter aircraft of the Cold War era, particularly remembered for its great speed and natural metal exterior. It was the only all-British Mach 2 fighter aircraft. Greatly renowned for its capabilities as an interceptor, RAF pilots described it as "being saddled to a skyrocket".|
The Lightning was used throug...