We start off with Canberra B(1) 8 8204M formerly XM271
Jet Provost 3 8410M formerly XR662. The JP3's could often be seen taxying around the airfield for aircraft marshalling practice as well as the usual use for engineer training.
Piston Provost T1 8060M formerly WW397 like the JP3 the Provost T1's could often be seen running round the airfield training marshaller's as well as being taken to pieces by the engineering students.
The Sea Vixen FAW2 was not usually associated with the RAF but a number turned up at Halton after they were retired by the Royal Navy and were given RAF maintenance serials ( the Navy had their own maintenance number series) here we see 8143M the former XN691.
And finally against an impressive backdrop of Sea Vixen's is Spitfire 16 RW386, one of Halton's travelling circus of aircraft taken by road to display at various airshows in company with a JP3 and Canberra nose.
And so as the Mini roars off into the Chiltern Hills, we say goodbye to Roger and Reggie till next time.
PS if you would like to feed the fish just left click some food into the pond.