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Buccaneer XV168 aircraft

Buccaneer XV168 aircraft

This Blackburn Buccaneer aircraft first flew from Holme on Spalding moor in 1966. It was first issued to the Royal Navy at Lossiemouth. It had a busy career before being transferred to the Royal Air Force at RAF Honington. After a long service it now resides as the Yorkshire Air Museum.

Robert J Gipson

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 13.97Mb | Camera details: NIKON D3300 | Date uploaded: 19/11/2018

Robert  J Gipson | Buccaneer XV168 aircraft
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