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Bristol Beaufort
The Beaufort would serve as Coastal Command's standard torpedo bomber for three years and would be in constant action during the early years of World War 2.

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Messerschmitt Bf 108

The Bf 108 would begin its career as a competitive aircraft, including competing in the 1936 Olympics, before entering service with the Luftwaffe during World War 2...

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Supermarine Spitfire

One of the most famous aircraft ever produced, the Spitfire, with its iconic elliptical wing shape, was designed by R.J. Mitchell. With just under 23,000 examples produced...

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Classic Warbirds
Guide to UK Aviation Sites

Located across the UK are many museums and memorials relating to military aviation from 1914 upto the Cold War. With our 'Guide to UK Aviation Sites' we aim to locate as many of these as possible to provide a comprehensive guide via Google Maps.

We currently have 101 museums and memorials pinned on our map. If we have missed out your local aviation site, please let us know. We will then add it to our ever expanding map.


Map key: Red Spitfire (Museum) - Grey Lancaster (Memorial)



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We have a number of videos available to watch online for free of various aircraft performing at airshows such as flypasts by 15 Spitfires and Vulcan XH558. We also have walkaround videos of aircraft including the Hawker Hurricane and Vought F4U Corsair.

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An ever growing aircraft database we profile aircraft from World War 1 upto the Cold War. Covering the design, development and operational service of each aircraft and technical details for each variant.

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    1. Bristol Beaufort
    2. Messerschmitt Bf 108
    3. Supermarine Spitfire (Revised)
    4. Boeing P-26 Peashooter
    5. Avro Vulcan


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