after we warmed up a bit we continued back to the airfield again this time there was very little flying due to the high winds so we checked out the museum.
Not supposed to take pictures but I asked and I was given the ok as it was for personal use.
Inside were loads of parts of broken planes, below an engine from a Hurricane
The area was quite big and here is me mucking about with the security mirror, can you see Sue, Gloria (with the red scarf) and Tony with the Cheese cutter. Not forgetting me with Tony's Bucket Hat.
Look, Marilyn, I kid you not before she was famous involved in the Radioplane target drone story with Ronald Reagan, see below.
The rest are with explanations along side.
Bet this will never fly again, crankshaft and pistons from a Spitfire shot down over Wye nr. Canterbury on 27th September 1940, the pilot was wounded.
One seriously bent valve.
Outside one of the trainees was practicing falling from a special rig in the airfield.
Over you go!!
Well thanks for looking, thanks all from the airfield.
Best regards, Mike