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Established 2005
Vickers Viscount Network
A Virtual Museum dedicated to the Vickers-Armstrongs VC2 Viscount

Latest 60 Viscount photos

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Below are the latest 60 photos added to the museum starting with the most recent 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-AMOO c/n 28
December 1953

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A John Oxenham'. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 1 December 1953 being prepared for the first flight.

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

Photo source - Steve Burland collection

2

Central African Airways Corporation (CAA)
VP-YNA c/n 98
April 1956

Delivered new to Central African Airways (CAA) named 'R M A Malvern'. Taken during a pre-delivery test flight from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in April 1956.

Note the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) aerials hanging down under the wingtip.

Vickers Photo

Photo source - Steve Burland collection

3

Continental Airlines
N254V c/n 366
April 1959

Delivered new to Continental Airlines. Taken at Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire, Scotland in April 1959 during the delivery to the USA.

Note the integral front 'airsteps'.

Photo source - John Morris collection

4

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
N7463 * c/n 225
November 1957

The sale to Capital Airlines with fleet number '381' was not completed. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England circa November 1957 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

5

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7438 c/n 136
September 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number ‘357’. Taken departing from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in September 1956 on a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

6

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7422 c/n 120
April 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number '341'. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in April 1956 during the engine ground running phase.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

7

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7412 c/n 110
February 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number ‘331’. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in February 1956 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

8

Fred Olsen Flyselskap A/S
LN-FOM c/n 247
March 1957

Delivered new to Fred Olsen Flyselskap A/S. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in March 1957 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

9

Linee Aeree Italiane (LAI)
I-LILI c/n 327
May 1957

Delivered new to Linee Aeree Italiane (LAI). Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in May 1957 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

10

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-THG c/n 224
March 1957

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '625'. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in March 1957 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

11

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDV c/n 348
November 1958

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Waterbok'. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in November 1958.

As the aircraft crosses the road on short finals all vehicles are stopped by traffic lights.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

12

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDU c/n 347
October 1958

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Bosbok'. Taken landing at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in October 1958 after a test flight.

Photo source - R A Woodcock via Steve Burland

13

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

The VIP interior was installed by Field Aircraft Services Ltd at their Tollerton facility.

A view of a single bedroom.

Vickers Photo Ref 5425

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

14

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

The VIP interior was installed by Field Aircraft Services Ltd at their Tollerton facility.

A view of the small four seat private area at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Photo Ref 5424

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

15

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

The VIP interior was installed by Field Aircraft Services Ltd at their Tollerton facility.

A view of the rear cabin with a small four seat private area.

Vickers Photo Ref 5423

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

16

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

It has now been repainted in the full FAB livery with the serial number hyphen deleted.

Note the badge and small 'Presidencia da Republica' titles.

Also note that extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been fitted, ready for the long journey to Brasil.

Vickers Photo Ref 5419

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

17

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

It has now been repainted in the full FAB livery with the serial number hyphen deleted.

Note the badge and small 'Presidencia da Republica' titles.Also note that extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been fitted, ready for the long journey to Brasil.

Vickers Photo Ref 5418 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

18

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken departing from Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957 on a test flight.

It has now been repainted in the full FAB livery.

The VIP interior has now been fitted out by Field Aircraft Services Ltd.

Note that extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been fitted, ready for the long journey to Brasil.

Vickers Photo Ref 5417 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

19

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
January 1957

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken arriving at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in January 1957.

It has now been repainted in the full FAB livery with the serial number hyphen deleted.

The outboard Rolls-Royce Dart engines have already been shut down.

The VIP interior has now been fitted out by Field Aircraft Services Ltd.

Note that extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been fitted, ready for the long journey to Brasil.

Vickers Photo Ref 5416 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

20

Intra Airways
G-BDRC c/n 52
November 1976

Leased from Alidair. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex 14 November 1976.

It was on its way from Jersey Airport, Channel Islands to Teversham Airport, Cambridge, England but diverted here due to fog at its original destination.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

21

Channel Airways
G-AMOJ c/n 23
April 1965

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

It was operating a charter flight to the Netherlands (probably Rotterdam) linked with the famous Tulip bulb fields.

Pamela's mother Betty went on this flight and took the photo before boarding.

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

Photo source - Betty Weaver via Pamela Whitehead

22

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVJ c/n 148
December 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'John Forrest'. Taken flying over Adelaide, South Australia, Australia circa December 1960.

A rear window has been removed to assess if the noise in the cabin would prevent people from hearing emergency instructions clearly.

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

Photo source - Richard Stanton collection

23

Cunard Eagle Airways Ltd
VR-BBM c/n 93
September 1962

Transferred from Eagle Airways (Bermuda) Ltd within the Eagle group. Taken at an unknown location in September 1962.

The UK registration G-AOCC has not yet been applied.

Photo source - David Hedges collection

24

BOAC Associated Companies Ltd
VR-HFI c/n 186
December 1956

Delivered new to BOAC Associated Companies Ltd. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in December 1956 shortly before delivery.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5345 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

25

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-AOYV c/n 316
December 1956

Built as a V.810 development aircraft. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in December 1956 with the rear and centre fuselage sections under construction.

Vickers Photo Ref 5340 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

26

Aer Lingus
EI-AJI c/n 289
December 1956

Delivered new to Aer Lingus named 'St Gall'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in late December 1956.

This shows the complete fuselage still without the cockpit fairing.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5338 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

27

Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V. (KLM)
PH-VIA c/n 172
December 1956

Delivered new to Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V. (KLM) named 'Sir Sefton Brancker'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in late December 1956 on the production line.

The fuselage had been constructed at the Hurn facility before tranferring to Weybridge in October 1956.

Not the two white Vickers Valiant bombers, one with the forward pressure bulkhead exposed.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5337 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

28

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJA c/n 150
November 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named ‘R M A Sir Samuel White Baker’. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 27 November 1956.

The aircraft was handed over in the presence of a large gathering of guests, including Lord Hive (Chairman of Rolls-Royce Aero Engines) and Lady Hives.

George Edwards is giving his speech.

Lady Douglas of Kirtleside, wife of the Chairman of BEA William Sholto Douglas of Kirtleside dedicated the aircraft with a bottle of champagne.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5126. (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

29

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJC c/n 152
November 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert O'Hara Burke'. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 27 November 1956 during the handing over ceremony of G-AOJA (C/N 150).

Chief Designer George Robert Freeman Edwards is standing on the steps with his wife Marjorie Annie (Dinah).

George was knighted the following year and was President of the Royal Aeronautical Society during 1957 and 1958.

Marjorie died in 1994 and George died in 2003.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5131. (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

30

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJC c/n 152
November 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert O'Hara Burke'. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 27 November 1956 during the handing over ceremony of G-AOJA (C/N 150).

Chief Designer George Edwards is standing in front of the No.1 propeller with his wife Marjorie standing on his right with the bouquet of flowers.

Other identities include Lord Hives (Chairman of Rolls-Royce Aero Engines) (holding the white paper) and Lady Hives on the far left.

William Sholto Douglas, 1st Baron Douglas of Kirtleside and Chairman of British European Airways and his wife Lady Douglas of Kirtleside are on the far right.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5132. (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

31

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJC c/n 152
November 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert O'Hara Burke'. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 27 November 1956 during the handing over ceremony of G-AOJA (C/N 150).

Chief Designer George Edwards and his wife Marjorie are coming down the front steps.

The wing on the left belongs to G-AOJB (C/N 151) which was delivered later than G-AOJC.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5133. (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

32

Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V. (KLM)
PH-VIA c/n 172
November 1956

Delivered new to Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V. (KLM) named 'Sir Sefton Brancker'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 22 November 1956 on the production line.

The fuselage had been constructed at the Hurn facility before tranferring to Weybridge in October 1956.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5098 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

33

Aer Lingus
EI-AJI c/n 289
November 1956

Delivered new to Aer Lingus named 'St Gall'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 22 November 1956.

This shows the complete fuselage under construction with the cockpit section now added, without the fairing.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5097 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

34

Hunting-Clan Air Transport Ltd (HCA)
G-AOGG c/n 140
November 1956

Delivered new to Hunting-Clan Air Transport Ltd (HCA). Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in November 1956 during the flight test phase.

Vickers Photo Ref MP5069 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

35

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJB c/n 151
August 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Stephen Borough'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in late August 1956 on the production line.

The aircraft behind are G-AOJC (C/N 152). G-AOJD (C/N 153) and G-AOJE (C/N 154).

Vickers Photo Ref MP4731 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

36

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJD c/n 153
September 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Sebastian Cabot'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England circa September 1956 on the production line with G-AOJC (C/N 152) in front and G-AOJE (C/N 154) behind.

Vickers Photo Ref MP4933X1 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

37

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJE c/n 154
September 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Sir Alexander Mackenzie'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in September 1956 on the production line.

The two in front are G-AOJD (C/N 153) and G-AOJC (C/N 152) with Hunting-Clan G-AOGG (C/N 140) in the second line area.

Vickers Photo Ref MP4933 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

38

Aer Lingus
EI-AJI c/n 289
August 1956

Delivered new to Aer Lingus named 'St Gall'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in August 1956.

This shows the rear fuselage section under construction.

Vickers Photo Ref MP4810 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

39

Aer Lingus
EI-AJI c/n 289
August 1956

Delivered new to Aer Lingus named 'St Gall'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England in August 1956.

This shows the forward fuselage section (less the cockpit) now mated to the fuselage centre section skeletal frame.

Vickers Photo Ref MP4808 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

40

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJB c/n 151
October 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Stephen Borough'. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in October 1956.

It is getting ready for another test flight with three Rolls-Royce Dart engines running and the No.1 about to be started.

Note the mast above the cockpit to accurately measure the amount of yaw induced during flight trials.

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

41

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOJA c/n 150
October 1956

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named ‘R M A Sir Samuel White Baker’. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in October 1956.

Vickers Photo Ref MP4992. (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

42

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-OPAS c/n 263
June 1996

Re-registered from G-AOYN. The new registration refers to Go Parcelforce Air Services. Taken landing at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 21 June 1996 for the final time.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

43

Royal American Airways (RA)
G-BAPE c/n 341
April 1982

Purchased from Southern International Air Transport. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 26 April 1982.

Note the deflated emergency shute at the front door and that the over-wing exit windows have been removed.

Photo source - Michael Bernhard

44

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
October 1956

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken departing from Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England and returning to Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in October 1956 in a basic livery prior to repainting.

Note the incorrect hyphen in the serial number which was not used when the aircraft was fully painted up in FAB livery.

Vickers Photo Ref 4955 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

45

Fôrça Aérea Brasileira (FAB)
FAB 2100 c/n 141
October 1956

Delivered new to the Forca Aérea Brasileira retaining the Braathens V.742D type designation. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England in October 1956 in a basic livery prior to repainting.

Vickers Photo Ref 4954 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

46

Channel Airways
G-AMOC c/n 13
June 1965

Returned from British Eagle International Airlines Ltd lease. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa June 1965.

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

Also note that the flaps are still in the landing position. They are normally reset to the takeoff postion after landing.

The engineer on the port wing is topping up the Water Methanol tanks in case they are required during the takeoff phase.

Photo source - Owen Brady via Chris Brady

47

Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
VH-RMO c/n 97
July 1976

Transferred from Ansett-ANA. Taken at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in July 1976 during the scrapping process.

Photo source - Michael Newsome

48

Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
VH-RMO c/n 97
July 1976

Transferred from Ansett-ANA. Taken at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in July 1976 during the scrapping process.

The tail on the left belongs to an ex Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) English Electric Canberra with the serial number A84-217 painted out.

Photo source - Michael Newsome

49

Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
VH-RMO c/n 97
July 1976

Transferred from Ansett-ANA. Taken at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in July 1976 during the scrapping process.

Photo source - Michael Newsome

50

Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
VH-RMO c/n 97
July 1976

Transferred from Ansett-ANA. Taken at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in July 1976 during the scrapping process.

Photo source - Michael Newsome

51

Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
VH-RMO c/n 97
May 1970

Transferred from Ansett-ANA. Taken stored at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia circa May 1970 still in the hybrid blue ex Ansett-ANA livery.

Photo source - Graham J Bennett

52

Icelandair (Flugfélag Íslands)
TF-ISN c/n 140
May 1959

Purchased from Hunting-Clan Air Transport Ltd (HCA) and named 'Gullfaxi'. Taken at Bergen Airport, Flesland, Norway circa May 1959.

An interesting service van!

Photo source - Steve Pickering collection

53

Parque Eliseo Arias Carrion
HC-BHB c/n 205
January 1995

Transferred from Aerolineas Condor. Taken at a public park 5 KM northeast of Catamayo, Provincia de Loja, Ecuador circa January 1995, now in an improved livery.

Photo source - Geoffrey C Cripps collection

54

East Midlands Airport Fire Service
G-BFMW c/n 67
July 1985

Remains donated by Inter City Airlines for fire training use. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 24 July 1985.

It lingered on for two more years before it was scrapped.

Photo source - Frank Jäger

55

British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-BFZL c/n 435
April 1984

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England in April 1984, now back in full BMA livery.

Photo source - A J Best

56

Brooklands Museum
G-APIM c/n 412
October 2020

On loan from British Air Ferries (BAF) and still named 'Viscount Stephen Piercey'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England 19 October 2020.

The aircraft in front is Viscount forward fuselage section XT575 (C/N 438) 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 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

57

Brooklands Museum
XT575 c/n 438
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

58

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVK c/n 181
October 1968

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'Thomas Mitchell'. Taken at Kingsford Smith Airport, Mascot, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 10 October 1968 after landing with a defective nose undercarriage leg.

Despite the lack of injuries to those on board, this was clearly a 'newsworthy' event.

Photo source - Greg Thom collection

59

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVR * c/n 318
February 1970

Purchased from Compañía Cubana de Aviación S.A. and named 'John Murray'. Taken stored at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia circa February 1970 with the No.4 engine removed.

Photo source - Graham J Bennett

60

Australian Aircraft Restoration Group (AARG)
VH-TVR * c/n 318
June 1972

Donated by Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA). Taken stored at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia circa June 1972.

The lack of engines has changed the centre of gravity with obvious consequences.

Note the 'AARG' Australian Aviation Research Group markings.

Photo source - Graham J Bennett

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