Chris Hall's Photo Gallery

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Aircraft and aiport photos are sorted separately. Airport photos always shown after aircraft photos.

XX499 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Jetstream T.1 XX499 which is owned by Brooklands college
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Vickers Varsity T.1 preserved at the Brooklands Museum
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Vickers Varsity T.1 preserved at the Brooklands Museum
XX499 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Jetstream T.1 XX499 which is owned by Brooklands college
N2980 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
N2980 is the only surviving Brooklands-built Wellington. During a training flight on the 31st December 1940 she developed engine trouble and ditched into Loch Ness. All the crew escaped, but the rear gunner was killed when his parachute failed to deploy.
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Vickers Varsity T.1 preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
British Air Ferries Vickers Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
British Air Ferries Vickers Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Vickers Varsity T.1 preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
British Air Ferries Vickers Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
XX499 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Jetstream T.1 XX499 which is owned by Brooklands college
G-APEJ photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
This is the Merchantman that famously "sat down" on its tail while being loaded at Manchester Airport on 21/09/72. It remained in service with BEA until Dec 79 before it was sold to ABC
XX499 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Jetstream T.1 XX499 which is owned by Brooklands college
G-ASJB photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Wing section of G-ASJB which was written off at Wisley after a heavy nosewheel-first touchdown, the aircraft bounced to about 50ft. It then struck the runway again in a nose-down attitude. The landing gear collapsed and the right main gear broke off.
N2980 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
N2980 is the only surviving Brooklands-built Wellington. During a training flight on the 31st December 1940 she developed engine trouble and ditched into Loch Ness. All the crew escaped, but the rear gunner was killed when his parachute failed to deploy.
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
on a long-term loan to The Brooklands Museum from the Cosford Aerospace museum
E-421 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Hunter E-421 painted in the earlier RDAF colour scheme and fitted with a pair of 100 gal. Harrier drop tanks
N71MY photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Built in 1994 to re-enact the type’s three long distance flights of 1919-20. In 1994 it flew the epic 75th anniversary flight to Australia, In 1999 it successfully flew to South Africa.
N2980 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
rear section of Wellington Mark IA N2980 on display at Brooklands Museum, This aircraft lost power during a training flight in 1940 and ditched in Loch Ness. It was recovered from the bottom of Loch Ness in September 1985 and restored.
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
being restored in original BEA colours
G-APEP photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Built at Brooklands in 1961, This is the only complete example of the 44 Vickers Vanguard airliners produced
XT575 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
nose section of this former Royal Aircraft Establishment Viscount preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APEJ photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
nose section of this former Air Bridge Carriers Vanguard now preserved at the Brooklands museum
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
on a long-term loan to The Brooklands Museum from the Cosford Aerospace museum
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
once used as a coffee bar at the ‘Avia Resto’ restaurant, Soesterberg, The Netherlands
G-APEJ photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Vickers Vanguard G-APEJ, first delivered in Aug 61 to BEA as a passenger aircraft, it was converted to a freighter in July 73 and remained with BEA Cargo until Dec 79 when it was sold to Air Bridge Carriers,
G-APEP photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Built at Brooklands in 1961, This is the only complete example of the 44 Vickers Vanguard airliners produced
G-CONC photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
G-CONC is a 40% scale model of Concorde in British Airways livery that for nearly 20 years sat on the roundabout at the entrance to the tunnel which passes under the northern runway at Heathrow Airport.
A4O-AB photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
On the 6th August 1987 A40-AB made her final touchdown on the Brooklands runway that she once made her first flight from.
G-ASYD photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Retained by BAC throughout its 29-year flying career, during which it was used as a development and test aircraft for 1-11 variants and testing technical equipment. Donated to Brooklands in July 1994.
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
on a long-term loan to The Brooklands Museum from the Cosford Aerospace museum
XT575 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
nose section of this former Royal Aircraft Establishment Viscount preserved at the Brooklands Museum
A4O-AB photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
former Oman Royal Flight preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-BJHV photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Voisin Biplane scale reproduction preserved at the Brooklands Museum
BAPC250 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
replica Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a wearing the serial F5475
G-APEP photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Rolls-Royce RB.109 Tyne twin-shaft turboprop engine
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
interior of Vickers Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Rolls-Royce RB.53 Dart turboprop engines
E-421 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-ARVM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Built at Brooklands in 1964, retired in 1979 she made her last flight to RAF Cosford, where she was preserved in the 'British Airways' collection at the RAF Museum. The cockpit and forward fuselage section moved to Brooklands in 2006
BAPC256 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Santos-Dumont Demoiselle (Replica) preserved at the Brooklands Museum
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Cockpit of Vickers Varsity T.1 preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APEP photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
The only complete surviving example of the Vickers Vanguard
N71MY photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Built in 1994 to re-enact the type’s three long distance flights of 1919-20. On 2nd July 05 it successfully re-enacted Alcock & Brown’s trans-Atlantic flight from St Johns, Newfoundland to Clifden, Ireland, flown by Steve Fossett and Mark Rebholz
A4O-AB photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
former Oman Royal Flight preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-ASYD photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
G-ASYD made its final (5,043rd) landing at Brooklands on 14th July 1994.
G-LOTI photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-BJHV photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Voisin Biplane scale reproduction preserved at the Brooklands Museum
BAPC250 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
replica Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a wearing the serial F5475
G-BZAS photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
replica Hawker Fury marked K5673
G-APEP photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Built at Brooklands in 1961, This is the only surviving example of the 44 Vickers Vanguard airliners produced
G-CONC photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
G-CONC is a 40% scale model of Concorde in British Airways livery that for nearly 20 years sat on the roundabout at the entrance to the tunnel which passes under the northern runway at Heathrow Airport.
XP984 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
The sixth and final prototype Hawker P.1127 (c/n-06) and the only one with a swept wing, later converted to the first Kestrel prototype with Pegasus 5 engine, preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-AGRU photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
Z2389 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Hawker Hurricane Mk IIA Z2389 served with five different RAF Squadrons in 1941, including the American volunteer 71 ‘Eagle’ Squadron at Martlesham Heath.
G-AACA photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Replica Avro 504K preserved at the Brooklands Museum
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-LOTI photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-ASYD photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Retained by BAC throughout its 29-year flying career, during which it was used as a development and test aircraft for 1-11 variants and testing technical equipment. Donated to Brooklands in July 1994.
G-BBDG photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
main gear on G-BBDG, now preserved at the Brooklands Museum
KB976 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Once a complete aircraft on display at the Strathallan Aircraft Collection it was damaged by a roof collapse at Woodford in August 87. now Doncaster museum has the rear fuselage, Kermit Weeks has the majority of her, wings, rudders, parts of the fuselage.
XF314 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Hawker Hunter F.51 now at the Brooklands Museum after being at the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum and Wycombe Air Park
G-EBED photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-BBDG photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
When British Airways and Air France retired their fleets, Brooklands Museum at Weybridge in Surrey was offered the aircraft and decided to accept it as a museum exhibit.
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Cockpit of Vickers Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Rolls-Royce RB.53 Dart turboprop engines
G-BBDG photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
G-BBDG was stored at Filton airfield from the mid-80s till 2003, when it was transported by road to the Brooklands museum
BAPC029 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Mignet H.M.14 Flying Flea preserved at the Brooklands Museum
G-APIM photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Rolls-Royce RB.53 Dart turboprop engines
G-BBDG photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
The first British pre production Concorde built.
G-BBDG photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
G-BBDG was the first British pre production Concorde built for evaluation testing. It was stored at Filton airfield from the mid-80s till 2003, when it was transported by road to the Brooklands museum. It first flew on 13 February 1974.
BAPC187 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
Roe 1 Biplane reproduction at the Brooklands Museum
XX499 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
45 Squadron badge on Jetstream T.1 XX499 which is owned by Brooklands college
G-AEKV photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-04-14
preserved at the Brooklands Museum
WF372 photo, click to enlarge
EGLB Airport, 2010-07-04
Trainee bomb aimers position in the Vickers Varsity T.1
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
Vickers aircraft at the Brooklands Museum
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
Nose section of former RAE Viscount XT575 and BAF Viscount G-APIM preserved at the Brooklands Museum
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
The Brooklands Museum
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
VC-10 test shell at the Brooklands Museum, painted in BOAC colours
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
Vickers Vanguard G-APEP and Vickers Viking G-AGRU at the Brooklands Museum
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
cockpit of BAC TSR-2, which was used as a structural test section
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
Bellman hangar built at Brooklands in 1940 for Vickers-Armstrongs and used for dispersed final assembly work on the Wellington Mk II bomber
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
cockpit of BAC TSR-2, which was used as a structural test section
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-07-04
AEC Swift 5P2R/Sparshatts B36D Airport Bus in British Airways colours
EGLB Airport photo
EGLB Airport
2010-04-14
Leyland Atlantean/MCW preserved at the Brooklands Museum in BOAC colours