Fleet Air Arm Museum
Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton (HMS Heron), Ilchester, Somerset, England
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Various World War 1 aircraft including a Sopwith Camel 2F.1 (replica) navalised version of the famous fighter. (foreground), Sopwith Pup N6452 (replica) (top left) and a Fokker Dr1 tri-plane (replica) hanging from the ceiling.


A German Albatros, the same version flown by Hermann Göring.


Supermarine Walrus (L2302), once owned by Aer Lingus as EI-ACC (1945) but not flown by them. Sold and became G-AIZG when attached to 615 (County of Surrey) Sqdn RAuxAF (1946).


Supermarine Walrus (L2302).


Fairey Albacore (N4389). Additional parts for this aircraft came from another Albacore (N4172).

(All photos and captions courtesy of Philip J. Heydon, I.S.M.)
© 2008 Philip J. Heydon all rights reserved


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Page published Nov. 20, 2009