As usual in those days we can wander around the hangar's as we please , and outside the Shackleton Aviation hangar is the reason for the trip. Super Constellation N7777G in for radio repairs. Unfortunately as with the other connies that arrived in England during this period it was eventually abandoned where it went unserviceable as repairs were beyond the owners cheque book, this time in Dublin, but was eventually rescued by the Science Museum and is now on display at Wroughton.
Leopard Moth G-ACLL
And yet another Leopard Moth G-ACMN
Hiding at the back of the hangar is an unidentified DH Rapide fuselage
And just like buses along comes another anonymous DH Rapide this one possibly G-AEML
Cessna 414 G-BBUJ
That's all for now but look out for part 2 with more relics to be found at Coventry.