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Viscount c/n 27

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Below are the 66 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 27 together with either the actual date that the photo was taken or an estimate of that date based on clues such as the livery worn or other background information.

1

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1954

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken from another aircraft at Barcelona Airport, Spain circa June 1954 with a Sabena Douglas DC-6 in the next parking bay.

All four Rolls-Royce Dart engines are running and she is about to depart back to London.

Note the Decca 'sharks fin' navigation aerial on the tail.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

2

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England circa June 1956.

Note that the No.4 propeller is still the older 'Cutlass' style which were gradually being phased out on attrition.

Obviously this was a special occasion.

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Richard Stanton collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
July 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at Yesilkoy Airport, Istanbul, Turkey circa July 1956.

The rear baggage compartment is open ready to load lightweight bags and mail.

Note that the Decca 'sharks fin' navigation aerial on the tail has now been removed.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

4

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1957

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England circa June 1957.

It doesn't look as if this large square piece of machinery will go through the oval doorway, so it is probably a BEA publicity photo.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 1)

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1958

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England circa June 1958 before the additional window was added at the rear denoting the high density seating capacity increase from 40/47 to 60/63.

Note the heavily oil stained apron which came from the piston engine era.

The Dart engine generally leaked very little oil.

Photo source - Adrian M Balch collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
September 1958

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in September 1958 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building and before the additional small window was added at the rear denoting the high density seating capacity increase from 40/47 to 60/63.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
February 1959

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire, England 28 February 1959.

Photo source - Robin A Walker

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
September 1959

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England 1 September 1959 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
September 1959

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England 1 September 1959 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building.

Three later BEA Viscounts on remote stands in the background including G-APIM (C/N 412) in the middle.

Photo source - Richard Stanton collection

10

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1960

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Thomas Cavendish'.

This nameplate was removed from a forward cabin bulkhead during the refurbishment of the aircraft and a repaint in the later 'Red Square' livery.

It now forms part of Graeme's collection.

Photo source - Graeme Cavendish collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AMON
June 1962

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England circa June 1962 in the later 'Red Square' livery.

Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
March 1963

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Teversham Airport, Cambridge, England in March 1963 after a repaint in full livery by Marshall's.

It is undergoing engine ground runs in a dedicated area with a grassy mound to help reduce the sound travelling.

Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Tony Clarke collection via David Whitworth

13

Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
April 1963

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England 1 April 1963. It was about to operate the first Cambrian service to London, replacing the BEA service that had ceased the day before.

Photo source - Ken Fielding

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
May 1963

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England 26 May 1963 operating the first Liverpool/Jersey/Liverpool service.

Note the integral front 'airsteps' which were originally installed by BEA in 1959.

Photo source - North West Air News

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
June 1963

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Lulsgate Airport, Bristol, England in June 1963. Note the integral front 'airsteps' which were originally installed by BEA in 1959. Also note the Shell minivan towing a fuel transfer unit.

This allowed fuel to be pumped from an underground storage tank to the aircraft.

Photo source - Kenneth Roberts collection

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
June 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Teversham Airport, Cambridge, England in June 1964 after the No.2 propeller detached in flight and contacted the fuselage while en-route to Spain.

Seen here taxiing in to Marshall's for permanent repairs after a three engine ferry flight.

A temporary repair can be seen on the fuselage.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
July 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, Merseyside, England in late July 1964. Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Peter Fitzmaurice

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
August 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). A nice view of the starboard wing on a flight from the Isle of Man to Liverpool 5 August 1964.

The aircraft is turning over a suburb of Liverpool with a nice view of a British Railways Standard Class steam engine on a passenger service.

Within two years steam engines had all but disappeared except for those saved by preservation.

Photo source - William H Blunt collection

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
August 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England 12 August 1964.

Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Tony Clarke collection via David Whitworth

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
September 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in September 1964 taxiing past a BEA V.802 Viscount.

Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
November 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, West Germany 8 November 1964 operating a charter flight.

Photo source - Peter Seemann

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
November 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in November 1964 operating a charter flight.

Photo source - Günter Grondstein

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
November 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in November 1964 operating a charter flight.

Photo source - Günter Grondstein

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
November 1964

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in November 1964 operating a charter flight.

Photo source - Günter Grondstein

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
June 1965

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in June 1965.

Note the additional small cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Keith Till

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
June 1968

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Heathrow Airport , London, England in June 1968.

Note the ‘BAS’ logo of British Air Services in the cheat line which Cambrian Airways became a subsidiary of in November 1967.

Behind is Cambrian V.701 Viscount G-AMNZ (C/N 20) in Air France livery after being returned from lease, and a British European Airways (BEA) V.953 Vanguard.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
April 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in April 1969 and ready for a service to Jersey, Channel Islands in a new livery.

Photo source - Hugh Llewelyn

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
April 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in April 1969.

A view from the cabin after departing on a service to Jersey, Channel Islands.

There are four Cambrian Douglas DC-3 parked ready for their turn, with fire extinguishers positioned just in case.

Photo source - Hugh Llewelyn

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
April 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England in April 1969.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

30

Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
June 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England circa June 1969.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

31

Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
August 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales 20 August 1969 after running the runway, ending up breaking through the boundary fence.

John took this photo after scrambling down the wet rear escape slide.

This was his first experience of flying after returning from a Manchester School trip to Spain.

The outbound flight was uneventful!

Photo source - John Shepherd

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
August 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales 20 August 1969 after running off the runway, ending up breaking through the boundary fence.

John took this photo after scrambling down the wet rear escape slide.

This was his first experience of flying after returning from a Manchester School trip to Spain.

The outbound flight was uneventful!

Photo source - John Shepherd

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
August 1969

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales 20 August 1969 after running off the runway, ending up breaking through the boundary fence.

John took this photo after scrambling down the wet rear escape slide.

This was his first experience of flying after returning from a Manchester School trip to Spain.

The outbound flight was uneventful!

Photo source - John Shepherd

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
January 1970

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in January 1970, now with 'Cambrian' main titles.

Note the additional cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
May 1970

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England in May 1970.

Photo source - Caz Caswell collection

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Cambrian Airways
G-AMON
May 1970

Purchased from British European Airways (BEA). Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in May 1970.

Note the addition of the ‘British Air Services’ title before the main Cambrian title.

Also note the additional cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - DJ

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British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC)
G-AMON
June 1973

Leased from Cambrian Airways and named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in June 1973.

It was used for feeder services to and from Prestwick with Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7).

Note that the distinctive small window behind the rear entry door has now been removed.

Photo source - Andrew Fraize collection

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British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC)
G-AMON
June 1973

Leased from Cambrian Airways and named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland in June 1973.

Note the additional cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Kev Darling collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
August 1973

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in August 1973.

On the left is G-AMOG (C/N 7) which was also transferred.

Photo source - Don McKay

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
September 1973

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland circa September 1973.

Photo source - EX/ZX (flickr)

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
April 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland 14 April 1974 together with Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7) and now with British Airways titles.

Both aircraft were used to support trans-Atlantic services flown out of Prestwick by Vickers VC10s and Boeing 747s.

In the background is British Airways Boeing 747-136 G-AWNN.

Photo source - Don Stirling

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
May 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in May 1974.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, Merseyside, England in June 1974 possibly while on maintenance or a weather diversion.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in June 1974.

Note the additional cabin window which was introduced by BEA as part of a high density seating configuration.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
July 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at an unknown location in July 1974.

Photo source - Kev Darling collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
August 1974

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland circa August 1974.

Photo source - Martin Fisher

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery.

In the background can be seen retired British Airways (BA) V.802 Viscount G-AOHS (C/N 157) that had recently arrived for storage.

Photo source - George Rollo

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery. Sister Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7) can be seen alongside.

Photo source - George Rollo

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery together with Viscount c/n 7 G-AMOG.

In the background can be seen GB Airways V.807 Viscount G-BBVH (C/N 281) probably visiting for maintenance and fuselage of Viscount V.732 G-ANRS (G-WHIZ) (C/N 75) mounted on a plinth for crew training.

Photo source - George Rollo

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 together with sister Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7), after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery.

Clearly seen here on ‘Oscar November’ is the absence of the distinctive small 11th window behind the rear entrance door that is still present on ‘Oscar Golf’. This window was fitted along with an eleventh standard size window on the starboard side, as part of the high density conversion performed by BEA – British European Airways in the late 50's or early 60's. The reason for the deletion is unknown.

Photo source - George Rollo

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
June 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in June 1975 after being freshly painted in British Airways (BA) livery.

The training aircraft behind is the fuselage of V.732 Viscount G-ANRS (G-WHIZ) (C/N 75).

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
October 1975

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in October 1975.

Photo source - Ian Howat

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
March 1976

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease to BOAC still named ‘Scottish Princess’. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in March 1976 together with Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7) ‘Scottish Prince’, only a few days before both aircraft were retired after more than 22 years of continuous service.

Photo source - Derek Gaynor

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British Airways (BA)
G-AMON
March 1976

Transferred from Cambrian Airways due to a corporate merger involving both companies. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland 31 March 1976 performing a ceremonial flypast in formation with Viscount G-AMOG (C/N 7) after a final passenger service.

Photo source - David Everett collection

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
June 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Rochford, Southend, Essex, England in June 1976 retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

The propellers have already been removed.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
June 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1976 retaining its British Airways (BA) livery and still named ‘Scottish Princess’.

The propellers have already been removed.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
July 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Rochford, Southend, Essex, England in July 1976 retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

It was waiting to be stripped of all useful spares.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
August 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Rochford, Southend, Essex, England 3 August 1976 retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

It was waiting to be stripped of all useful spares.

Photo source - Peter Fothergill

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
September 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 11 September 1976 retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess'.

It was waiting to be stripped of all useful spares.

Photo source - R A Scholefield collection

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Flightspares Ltd
G-AMON
December 1976

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 27 December 1976 still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

It has now been stripped of all useful spares including the Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engines.

Photo source - Trevor S Hall

62

Cecil Jones Comprehensive School
G-AMON
September 1977

Purchased from Flightspares Ltd minus engines and other robbed parts. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 20 September 1977 still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

The wing on the left belongs to ex RAF Percival P.40 Prentice T.1 now registered as G-AOLK.

Photo source - Paul Seymour

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Cecil Jones Comprehensive School
G-AMON
March 1979

Purchased from Flightspares Ltd. minus engines and other robbed parts. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1979 still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery named ‘Scottish Princess’.

Photo source - David Oates

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Cecil Jones Comprehensive School
G-AMON
September 1980

Purchased from Flightspares Ltd. minus engines and other robbed parts. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1980 still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery and still named ‘Scottish Princess’.

The engine nacelles have now been removed.

A couple of guys are working on the port wing.

The aircraft on the left is an ex RAF Percival P.40 Prentice T.1 now registered as G-AOLK.

The car in the centre is an Austin Maxi.

The aircraft is still in relatively good condition and was finally broken up in May 1979 with just the forward fuselage section being saved and known to be still present in April 1982.

Does anyone know what happened to this section?

Photo Ref CSL-5696

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

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Cecil Jones Comprehensive School
G-AMON
January 1982

Purchased from Flightspares Ltd. minus engines and other robbed parts. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 22 January 1982, still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery and named ‘Scottish Princess’.

Photo source - Andrew Perrott

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Cecil Jones Comprehensive School
G-AMON
February 1982

Purchased from Flightspares Ltd. minus engines and other robbed parts. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 9 February 1982, still retaining its British Airways (BA) livery and named ‘Scottish Princess’.

The rear section of the fuselage has now been chopped off, so the end is not far away.

Photo source - Paul Seymour

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