Looks like the Varisty in its then RAE guise was invovled with a lot of Electro Optical / LLTV evalaution work along with Hastings in the late 60s/70s as I seem to recall?
Those fuel tanks made at BAe Hurn where I worked on the crew escape door. Nobody would guess that door if you photoed it.Vickers VC10s: Where Are They Now? - Airport Spotting Blog
As mentioned above, VC10. Actually ‘ZA150 cn885 Royal Air Force. Preserved in taxi condition Dunsfold Aerodrome, Surrey.’
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Featured in a recent truckers documentary showing a haulage firm getting it there. I think it’s in a cook house for a Bristol University building.
Hendon was low wing , and twin tail from Mk 2I'll wager Fairy Hendon. Judging by the vintage Bovril sign etc. and the slightly nose down attitude.
Can I have an orange from the box please?
Just pre war an air defense exercise was held including French aircraft. Half way through my tea so buggered if I'm going to look em up.Hendon was low wing , and twin tail from Mk 2
Not Fairy long range Monoplanes.... wing tips are wrong and I can't find any record of both flying together..
In fact I can't match the profile to any British built Bomber, Transport or Airliner....