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|The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.||04/25/2006||943|
|Avro Lancaster (Just Jane) East Kirkby Air Museum||10/05/2007||391|
|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...
|Newark Air Museum |
English Electric Canberra
and many others
|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||411|
|This is an high-res overlay of the main pool at the New York, New York Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas. You can see a variety of people enjoying the warm May weather.||05/11/2006||840|
|The "wreck" appears to be a mapping glitch, but it's kind of funny to look at.||08/05/2005||941|
|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 Carlisle Airport, in Cumbria, England.||09/14/2007||4,271|
|Helicopter Wreck on roof at airport Frankfurt/Main, Germany|
Have also a look at the Planes, you can read the names of the airlines!
|The wreck of the SS Falcon. There's not much left of the iron structure but you can see it at low tide.||10/10/2010||929|