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Blenheim to Hawkinge

AviationPosted by Peter Smith Tue, December 05, 2017 18:19:45

A local rag reports that a Blenheim IV is moving from Duxford to Hawkinge museum tomorrow for restoration:

The majority of the Blenheim project, including a fuselage, centre section and a pair of wings are due to arrive at the Museum tomorrow. The cockpit section will be arriving from Canada in a few months time.

I assume this is spares or bent bits from the current airworthy MKI (Gaz - do you know more?) that they will be working with.

Once finished of course we won't be allowed to snap it because that's they way Hawkinge play unfortunately.


Does look like Denham crash wings.

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