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Vickers Viscount Network
A Virtual Museum dedicated to the Vickers-Armstrongs VC2 Viscount
   

Viscount c/n 368

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Below are the 40 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 368 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.

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
June 1962

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in June 1962.

Photo source - Ken Wilkinson

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
April 1963

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in April 1963.

Photo source - Dietrich Eggert collection

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
June 1965

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at an unknown location circa June 1965 with the No.3 starboard outer Rolls-Royce Dart engine starting up.

Note the repositioned registration.

Photo source - Manfred Winter

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
June 1966

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in June 1966.

In the background can be seen the tail of Viscount N907 (C/N 185) belonging to the United States Steel Corporation on one of its many visits to Europe.

Photo source - Michael Beier

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
May 1967

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Köln Airport, West Germany in May 1967

Note the revised titles.

Photo source - John Morris collection

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
June 1967

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany circa June 1967.

Note the Lufthansa VW Fridolin postal van and VW crew bus and also the new control tower under construction.

Photo source - Mark Ward collection

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
August 1967

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England in August 1967.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG
D-ANAM
November 1968

Delivered new to Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany in November 1968.

Photo source - Peter Scharkowski

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
June 1977

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, West Germany in June 1977 in a basic ex Lufthansa livery with 'Viscount 814' titles.

Photo source - Michael Beier

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
June 1981

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, West Germany in June 1981 in a basic ex Lufthansa livery with 'Viscount 814' titles.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
September 2013

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 13 September 2013 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - BigM (flickr)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 1990

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, West Germany 25 August 1990 in a basic ex Lufthansa livery with the 'Viscount' titles now removed.

Photo source - Frank Jäger

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2002

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 28 April 2002 in a new more sheltered position and now repainted in a British Air Ferries (BAF) style livery, even though this aircraft never flew with them.

Note that it now has propellers fiteed which are all in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Michael Blank

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
October 2002

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 1 October 2002.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Axel Juengerich

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
October 2005

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 4 October 2005.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - George Canciani

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2006

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 11 August 2006.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Wally H (flickr)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
June 2007

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany in June 2007.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Markus Rheinlaender collection

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
July 2007

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 9 July 2007.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Heino Rhoden

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2007

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 18 August 2007.

A good view of the No.1 propeller in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - breedlux (flickr)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2008

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 3 August 2008.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Iain Kay

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2009

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier Germany 10 April 2009.

Photo source - Alastair T Gardiner

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
May 2010

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 24 May 2010.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Graeme Stringer

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
May 2010

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 24 May 2010.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Graeme Stringer

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
May 2010

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 24 May 2010.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Graeme Stringer

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
May 2010

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 24 May 2010.

In the foreground is a German built Nord 2501D Noratlas D-ACUT and behind is a Percival P.66 Pembroke.

Photo source - Graeme Stringer

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2011

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 4 August 2011 now repainted in a smart Lufthansa livery.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

In the background is a Percival P.66 Pembroke.

Photo source - Mark van der Vliet

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2012

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 6 April 2012.

Presumably the titles will be applied in due course.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Alan Lathan collection

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
July 2013

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 6 July 2013 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 16 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - David Franklin

30

Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 16 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - David Franklin

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 16 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - David Franklin

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 17 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Calfier001 (flickr)

33

Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 17 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Calfier001 (flickr)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
April 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 17 April 2014 still without titles.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Calfier001 (flickr)

35

Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2014

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 16 August 2014 now with Lufthansa titles and registration.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Szabo Dani

36

Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
June 2015

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 8 June 2015.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Mick Bajcar

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
June 2018

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 13 June 2018.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Stefan Schmitz (ST Aviation Photography)

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2018

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 2 August 2018.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Clemens Vasters

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Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
August 2018

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 2 August 2018.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

Photo source - Clemens Vasters

40

Flugausstellung Aviation Museum
D-ANAM
September 2020

Transferred from Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Taken at Hermeskeil, near Trier, Germany 5 September 2020.

The propellers are still in the 'feathered' position instead of the normal 'ground fine pitch' position.

The aircraft on the left is Dornier Do.28D-1 D-IFMP.

Photo source - Andrew Breeden

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