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|White Gloster Meteor acting as gate guarding at RAF Innsworth||01/15/2008||587|
|A silver Gloster Meteor at Parafield Airport, Adelaide.||06/20/2009||581|
|Newark Air Museum |
Avro Vulcan XM594
English Electric Canberra
and many others
|Vintage fighter jet approx 12 miles from nearest airport||04/26/2006||558|
|The Syrian Air Force was still small and its first jets, a single squadron of Gloster Meteor F.8s, were its only jets. Twelve had been ordered from Britain, with two Meteor T.7 trainers, back in January 1950. This first order was delayed by a Middle East arms embargo which came into force in October 1951, but the Meteor F.8s were finally delivered between December 3, 1952, and March 9, 1953, in...||01/17/2010||935|
|The Gloster Aircraft Company was a British aircraft manufacturer from 1917 to 1963. From 1926 to 1963 Gloster produced their planes here at Brockworth Aerodrome.|
Founded as The Gloucestershire Aircraft Company Limited during the First World War, with the aircraft construction activities of H H Martyn & Co Ltd of Cheltenham it produced fighters during the war. It was renamed a...
|From 1917 to 1926 Gloster made there planes here. 1926 they moved to Brockworth.|
The Gloster Aircraft Company was a British aircraft manufacturer from 1917 to 1963.
A SELECTION OF OVER 60 METEORCRATERS AND IMPACTS ON EARTH
|Gloster Javelin at Gloucestershire Airport||01/18/2008||286|
|This seems to be a relatively new meteor crater on the west coast of Western Sahara.||03/15/2007||2,388|
|SS Meteor is the sole surviving ship of the unconventional "whaleback" design. The design, created by Scottish captain Alexander McDougall (1845-1923), enabled her to carry a maximum amount of cargo with a minimum of draft. Whalebacks were also called "pig boats", among other names, due to their appearance. The Meteor was built in 1896 in Superior, Wisconsin and, with a number of modifications,...||05/08/2008||676|
|Type: De Havilland Australia Vampire T35 (DH-115)|
The de Havilland DH.100 Vampire was a British jet-engined fighter of the Second World War, the second jet-powered aircraft commissioned by the Royal Air Force during the War (the first being the Gloster Meteor), although it was not used in combat. The Vampire served with front li...
|I think it's not a volcano crater but a meteor crater. diameter: 7 km||12/07/2006||2,584|