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Viscount c/n 438

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Below are the 65 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 438 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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Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
July 1959

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 13 July 1959 on the production line in the Erecting Shop.

It was originally being built for Ansett-ANA as a V.832.

After the order was cancelled Vickers identified this aircraft and C/N 440 as a generic V.810U pending a further sale.

It was soon sold to Austria and completed as a V.837.

Vickers Photo Ref MP10451 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

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Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
February 1961

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England 25 February 1961 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building.

The extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been removed.

In the background are BEA and Lufthansa Viscounts await their passengers on two of the more remote stands which required a coach transfer.

Photo source - Bernie King collection

3

Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
March 1962

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at W A Mozart Airport, Maxglan, Salzburg, Austria in March 1962.

Note the integral front 'airsteps'.

Photo source - Markus Buttinger

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Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
May 1962

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at Schwechat Airport, Vienna, Austria in May 1962.

Note the integral front 'airsteps'.

Photo source - Hans and Peter Unmuth

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Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
May 1962

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at Schwechat Airport, Vienna, Austria in May 1962.

Note the integral front 'airsteps'.

The THY - Turkish Airlines Viscount in the background is operating a service from Istanbul, Turkey to Vienna, Austria.

Photo source - Hans and Peter Unmuth

6

Austrian Airlines (AUA)
OE-LAG
June 1962

Delivered new to Austrian Airlines (AUA) named 'Franz Schubert'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England 23 June 1962 taxiing past the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building with a Lufthansa Viscount, two BEA Vickers Vanguards and an Aer Lingus Boeing 707 or 720 behind and a BEA Viscount in front.

Photo source - R A Scholefield collection

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Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE)
XT575
November 1969

Purchased from Shackleton Aviation Ltd. Taken landing at Pershore Airfield, Worcestershire, England in November 1969.

Note the small white belly radome which was later replaced by a much larger version.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

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Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE)
XT575
July 1974

Purchased from Shackleton Aviation Ltd. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in July 1974 during scheduled maintenance with Aviation Traders Ltd.

Note the bulbous belly radome now fitted, which left very little ground clearance

Photo source - Bernie King collection

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Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE)
XT575
March 1977

Purchased from Shackleton Aviation Ltd. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 9 March 1977 during maintenance with Field Aircraft Services.

Note that extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been refitted.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

10

Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
September 1979

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken landing at RAF Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England 14 September 1979 for the Battle of Britain airshow.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Photo source - Michael J Freer

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
August 1983

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken departing from RAF St Mawgan, Newquay Airport, Cornwall, England 10 August 1983.

Note that the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been removed.

Photo source - Michael J Freer

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
June 1984

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at an unknown location in June 1984.

Note that the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been refitted.

Photo source - Geoff Mannings collection

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
July 1985

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire, England 13 July 1985 during the annual International Air Tattoo weekend.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the high visibility propeller paint scheme to help prevent ground crew fatalities.

Photo source - Stephen Boreham

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
July 1985

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire, England 13 July 1985 during the annual International Air Tattoo weekend.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tank.

Photo source - Mark Parfitt

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
July 1985

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire, England 14 July 1985 during the annual International Air Tattoo weekend.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the high visibility propeller paint scheme to help prevent ground crew fatalities.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
July 1985

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire, England 15 July 1985 during the annual International Air Tattoo weekend.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the high visibility propeller paint scheme to help prevent ground crew fatalities.

Photo source - Derek Ferguson

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
August 1986

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF St Mawgan, Newquay Airport, Cornwall, England 6 August 1986 during the International Air Day.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Photo source - Lieuwe Hofstra

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Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575
August 1986

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF St Mawgan, Newquay Airport, Cornwall, England 6 August 1986 during the International Air Day.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Photo source - Chris England

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Defence Research Agency (DRA)
XT575
August 1992

Transferred from the Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE). Taken stored at Thurleigh Airfield, Bedfordshire, England in August 1992 awaiting disposal with sister aircaft XT661 (C/N 371) stored behind her.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

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International Turbine Service Inc (ITS)
XT575
August 1993

Purchased from the Ministry of Defence at a Phillips auction in London, England. Taken at Hanningfield Metals, Templewood Industrial Estate, Stock Road, West Hanningfield, Essex, England in August 1993 together with sister Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) Viscount XT661 (on the left) during the scrapping process.

International Turbine Service Inc of Dallas, Texas, USA only purchased the aircraft for its engines.

Their UK representative Phil Reid insisted that the forward fuselage sections be saved for preservation.

A very commendable attitude.

What happened to XT661?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - oldprops.ukhome.net

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International Turbine Service Inc (ITS)
XT575
July 1993

Purchased from the Ministry of Defence at a Phillips auction in London, England. Taken at Hanningfield Metals, Templewood Industrial Estate, Stock Road, West Hanningfield, Essex, England 17 July 1993 with the forward fuselage section put aside and awaiting delivery to a suitable museum.

It was finally moved in February 1994.

Photo source - Richard Szczygielski

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International Turbine Service Inc (ITS)
XT575
November 1994

Purchased from the Ministry of Defence at a Phillips auction in London, England. Taken at Hanningfield Metals, Templewood Industrial Estate, Stock Road, West Hanningfield, Essex, England 2 November 1994 with the rear fuselage section lying amongst remains of an ex RAF English Electric Canberra bomber and a McDonnell F-4 Phantom fighter identified as XV398, coded 'CI'.

Photo source - Richard Szczygielski

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Hanningfield Metals
XT575
August 1993

Purchased from International Turbine Service Inc (ITS). Taken at Hanningfield Metals, Templewood Industrial Estate, Stock Road, West Hanningfield, Essex, England in August 1993 with XT661 (C/N 371) on the right.

The forward fuselage of XT575 escaped into preservation but it is thought that XT661 was finally scrapped at the end of 1996.

Photo source - Alan Allen

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Hanningfield Metals
XT575
November 1994

Purchased from International Turbine Service Inc (ITS). Taken at Hanningfield Metals, Templewood Industrial Estate, Stock Road, West Hanningfield, Essex, England in November 1994 with the rear fuselage section lying in front of XT661 (C/N 371).

Photo source - Alan Allen

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 1996

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Bruntingthorpe Airfield, Leicestershire, England 14 January 1996.

It is in the process of being transferred by road to Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England.

Photo source - Andy Lambert

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2001

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in May 2001 outside the WWII Belman hangar which houses the RAF Vickers Wellington Mk.1A N2980 and under the tail of complete Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412).

Photo source - Ian Haskell

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 2004

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 25 January 2004 having been moved teporarily outside the photo archive building.

Photo source - Andrew Simpson

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2004

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in May 2004 now back outside the WWII Bellman hangar which houses the RAF Vickers Wellington Mk.1A N2980.

Photo source - Ray Hill

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 2005

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in January 2005 after the arrival of Concorde G-BBDG.

Photo source - TZ Aviation

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
July 2005

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 17 July 2005 outside the WWII Bellman hangar which houses the RAF Vickers Wellington Mk.1A N2980.

Photo source - Simon Brooke

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2008

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in May 2008 next to the Vickers VC10 fuselage section G-ARVM and outside the WWII Bellman hangar which houses the RAF Vickers Wellington Mk.1A N2980.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2009

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken by Tom at Weybridge, Surrey, England 25 May 2009 being transferred from outside the WWII Bellman hangar, which is in the left background, up the hill next to BAF Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412).

Photo source - Tom Singfield

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2009

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 25 May 2009 outside the famous clubhouse during the transfer up the hill, to be placed next to BAF Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412).

Photo source - Andy Lambert

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
June 2009

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 4 June 2009.

It is now displayed next to Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412) and although there are steps up to the door there is currently no public access to the interior.

A power cable has been connected to it to allow de-humidifiers to keep the interior dry.

Photo source - 5DII (flickr)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
June 2009

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 13 June 2009.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Michael Blank

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
December 2009

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 4 December 2009.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

The front of Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412) can be seen which was undergoing a repaint at the time. It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

Access to the cockpit was a special treat as it is not currently open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows the very smart cockpit.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows the very smart cockpit.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows one of the instrument panels set up in the forward cabin which originates from its time with the RAE and RRE.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows two seats in front of one of the instrument panels set up in the forward cabin which originates from its time with the RAE and RRE.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows the forward toilet which originates from its time with the RAE and RRE and before that with Austrian Airlines (AUA).

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows some of the special test equipment which is hidden behind a cabin panel and originates from its time with the RAE and RRE.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

This view shows some of the special test equipment in the cabin and originates from its time with the RAE and RRE.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2011

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 1 October 2011 during the 'Brooklands Viscount Day' organised by the Vickers Viscount Network.

The front of Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412) can be seen in the background which was undergoing a repaint at the time.

Viscount enthusiasts are gathering together to view both aircraft on an unseasonably hot day.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
November 2012

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 9 November 2012 during a repainting phase.

It is not yet open to the public.

Photo source - Terry Fletcher

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2014

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 25 October 2014 with G-APIM (C/N 412) behind.

The '575' on the nosewheel doors is not authentic, as is the position of 'XT575' on the fuselage cheatline but adds to its identity.

This exhibit has now been open to the public for over a year.

Photo source - Alastair T Gardiner

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
February 2015

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 5 February 2015 with G-APIM (C/N 412) behind.

The '575' on the nosewheel doors is not authentic, as is the position of 'XT575' on the rear fuselage cheatline but adds to its identity.

Photo source - Przemyslaw Burdzinski

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2016

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in May 2016 with G-APIM (C/N 412) behind.

The '575' on the nosewheel doors is not authentic, as is the position of 'XT575' on the rear fuselage cheatline but adds to its identity.

Both exhibits are well maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers who regularly turn up in all weather conditions.

Photo source - Colin Abbott

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
May 2017

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 29 May 2017 with the cockpit looking very smart due to constant maintenance work by a team of dedicated volunteers.

Photo source - Terry Figg

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
December 2017

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 5 December 2017.

The front of Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412) can also be seen.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
March 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 7 March 2018.

Photo source - London Eye (flickr)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
September 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 25 September 2018 looking very smart in the Autumn sunshine.

A well kept exhibit maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers.

Photo source - Richard Crockett

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
September 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 30 September 2018 looking very smart in the Autumn sunshine.

A well kept exhibit maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers.

Note the silver support frame around the lower fuselage which a large radome used to attach to (see earlier operational photos of it).

Photo source - Clive Barker

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 14 October 2018 looking very smart in the Autumn sunshine.

A well kept exhibit maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers.

Note the silver support frame around the lower fuselage which a large radome used to attach to (see earlier operational photos of it).

Photo source - Chris Hall

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 14 October 2018 looking very smart in the Autumn sunshine.

A well kept exhibit maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers.

Note the silver support frame around the lower fuselage which a large radome used to attach to (see earlier operational photos of it).

The VC-10 forward fuselage section in the background was only a Weybridge factory test shell.

Photo source - Chris Hall

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 14 October 2018 looking very smart in the Autumn sunshine.

A well kept exhibit maintained by a dedicated team of volunteers.

Note the silver support frame around the lower fuselage which a large radome used to attach to (see earlier operational photos of it). G-APIM (C/N 412) is in the background.

Photo source - Chris Hall

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
December 2018

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 4 December 2018.

An unusual view from a cherry picker while Julian and Paul Rainbird were carrying out maintenance work to G-APIM (C/N 412).

Note the ex BAF rudder in the background, propped up againt the volunteer's crew room.

Photo source - Julian Bourn collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 2020

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 20 January 2020.

A new steel fabricated support from is being installed by museum volunteers to the rear position utilising the resident AEC Matador Crane affectionately named as 'Millie'.

Photo source - John Woodhouse collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 2020

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 20 January 2020.

A new steel fabricated support from is being installed by museum volunteers to the forward position utilising the resident AEC Matador Crane affectionately named as 'Millie'.

Photo source - John Woodhouse collection

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
January 2020

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 28 January 2020.

Note the new steel fabricated supports which were recently installed to replace the yellow wooden versions by museum volunteers.

Photo source - Golftwo (flickr)

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
October 2020

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 19 October 2020.

The aircraft behind are Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412), Vickers Viking G-AGRU and Vickers Varsity T.1 WF372.

The red outer wing came from Viscount G-AOHT (C/N 168) and is in the process of being restored in BEA 'red square' livery.

The famous banked car race track can be seen in the far background.

The museum is only opened between Thursday and Sunday with no access to the aircraft interiors during the COVID-19 crisis.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

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Brooklands Museum
XT575
August 2021

Forward fuselage section donated by Cockpits for Hire. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in August 2021.

The Viscount is G-APIM (C/N 412) and the aircraft behind are Vickers Viking G-AGRU and Vickers Varsity T.1 WF372.

The red outer wing came from Viscount G-AOHT (C/N 168) and is in the process of being restored in BEA 'red square' livery.

The museum is now allowing access again to some of the aircraft interiors after the COVID-19 crisis limitations.

The two Viscount interiors are always very popular, especially the Rolls-Royce Dart sound effects as you enter G-APIM.

Photo source - Andy Lambert

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