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  1. #421
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ID:	261933 Last surviving Argonaut G-ALHJ when in use with BOAC apprentices, what a shame it did not make it into the great collection at Duxford.

  2. #422
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    I can remember hearing British Midland Airways Argonauts droning over Long Eaton when I lived at home. Not sure if I realised they were Merlins ? Must have done as I'm sure I would have checked all the details in my Observers books !
    Just searching on the internet, I didn't realise Argonauts were flown under the Derby Airways banner so assume would have been flown out of Burnaston before everything moved to East Midlands.

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    A photo of the ill fated G-ALHG ( Stockport Disaster) in Derby Airways colours before the change to BM Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	261962 and G-ALHS in an Overseas Aviation scheme.
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  4. #424
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    Great photos thank you. I suppose I wouldn't have seen much in the way of arliners, or much of anything, flying over Long Eaton, until the move to Castle Donington. Friend Brian who I go to Duxford Legends with lived at Bulwell when he was young, Bulwell being next to Hucknall he would have seen(and heard !) lots of interesting stuff ! The only Hucknall related aircraft I ever noticed flying over was the VC10 with an RB211 on one side and it's two remaining Conways on the other.

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    Another oddity from Castle AFB Museum, the HH-43B Karman Huskie.


    F-104 at the Boeing Museum of Flight.


    F-104 at Castle AFBM.


    F-105 Thunderchief at Castle AFBM.
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    The Huskie helicopter brings back some memories.

    Oxford airport has played host to very few air shows but there was one held there in September 1967. Nearby RAF Upper Heyford sent their Karman Huskie and neighbour RAF Abingdon sent Blackburn Beverley XB267. The Gladiator 1 from the Shuttleworth Collection also particiated.
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