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TF-SHC, 1943 Miles M.25 Martinet TT.1, C/N: MS902

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TF-SHC, 1943 Miles M.25 Martinet TT.1 C/N MS902, The sole surviving Martinet, built in 1943, and spent its operational life in Iceland at RAF Reykjavik. In 1949, MS902 was sold to the Akureyri Flying Club and given the Icelandic civil registration TF-SHC

The sole surviving Martinet, built in 1943, and spent its operational life in Iceland at RAF Reykjavik. In 1949, MS902 was sold to the Akureyri Flying Club and given the Icelandic civil registration TF-SHC

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Photographer: Chris Hall
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Shot Date: 2013-10-20
Airport: X2WD
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Upload Date: 2013-10-26
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Device Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Device Model: FinePix HS28EXR
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2013:10:20 13:42:55
Original Image Size: 1600 x 1070 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/15 sec
F Number: f/2.8
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 500
Focal Length: 4.2 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
Scene Type: Directly Photographed
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  • TF-SHC @ X2WD - It crashed at Kopasker in the far North-East of Iceland in 1951 and the wreckage remained there until 1977, when it was moved to Reykjavik Airport by The Icelandic Aviation Historical Society and put into covered storage. Moving to Woodley in 1996. - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall @ X2WD
  • TF-SHC @ X2WD - In 1993, staff from The Museum of Berkshire Aviation visited Iceland to negotiate the return of this historic aircraft to Woodley. Excellent co-operation from the Icelanders meant that it was finally moved by sea and lorry freight to Woodley in March 1996 - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall @ X2WD