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|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...
|Almost swallowed by the undergrowth, this former RAE Canberra (still in its Raspberry Ripple color scheme) is dumped near the Fire Service in the North Western part of the airfield. Previously operated by the Royal Aircraft Establishment / Defence Research Agency at Bedford. |
This Canberra was originally built as a B.2 and was awaiting collection in October 1953. Taken onto the R...
|7 English Electric Canberras parked in aline and anothoer camouflaged one n the glass near-by at Pisco Airport||12/09/2007||352|
|English Electric Lightning (F2A XN728) abandoned and vandalised at the side of the A1 near Newark, England||02/03/2008||557|
|Newark Air Museum |
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|Carn Euny is an archaeological site near Sancreed, on the Penwith peninsula in Cornwall, United Kingdom with considerable evidence of both Iron Age and post-Iron Age settlement. Excavations on this site have shown that there was activity at Carn Euny as early as the Neolithic period. There is evidence that shows that the first timber huts in this site were built around 200 BC, but by the fir...||09/15/2007||401|
|An old Canberra T17 now junked at Filton (airbase). Pictures, info, and link inside.||11/23/2006||417|
|Located in Canberra. This is where part of the movie "The Castle" was filmed.||09/16/2005||360|
|This is the Science and Technology Centre in Canberra. The building has a round turret in the middle which looks pretty cool. The exhibits inside are all about educating the general public about science and technology. Quite a fun building to play in for a day. If you are visiting Canberra, this is a must see.||09/16/2005||315|
|Carn Fadryn is a five-hectare Iron Age hill fort and is the name of the hill on which the fort is situated. It lies in the centre of the Llŷn Peninsula, Gwynedd, and overlooks Garnfadryn village.|
There seems to be two phases of ancient hillfort building on Carn Fadryn, followed by a mediśval fortification of the summit. The first period of fortification at Carn Fadryn dates ...
|Located in Canberra across the road from the ANU and at the base of Black Mountain which has Telstra Tower on top of it.||09/29/2005||300|
|One of the hospitals in Canberra.||09/29/2005||287|