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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.

EDIT:

Does look like Denham crash wings.





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