Chris Hall's Photo Gallery

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XX483 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
XX483 started its life with the CFS and then with the No 5 FTS, RAF. Transferring to the Royal Navy and service with 750 Sqn, FAA, Culdrose, Cornwall. The aircraft made its last flight to RAF Shawbury on 2 April 1996.
35075 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
served with 16 Wing (Flygflottilj F16) of the Swedish Airforce based at Uppsala between 1961 and 1976. Now on long term loan from The Imperial War Museum, Duxford.
68-0060 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
General Dynamics F-111E escape capsule which crashed at Wainfleet Rangers, Lincolnshire. on 5th November 1975 following a bird strike which penetrated the right windscreen. Now preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
318 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
318 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
FT-36 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former Belgium Air Force Lockheed T-33A preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
42163 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
Former French Air Force F-100D now painted in USAF markings as 54-2163 and dedicated to the US Air National Guard and is depicted as one flown by Capt. John M. Haley, 174th TFS, Iowa Air National Guard, during the squadron’s tour in Vietnam.
XX483 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
XX483 started its life with the CFS and then with the No 5 FTS, RAF. Transferring to the Royal Navy and service with 750 Sqn, FAA, Culdrose, Cornwall. The aircraft made its last flight to RAF Shawbury on 2 April 1996.
35075 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
served with 16 Wing (Flygflottilj F16) of the Swedish Airforce based at Uppsala between 1961 and 1976. Now on long term loan from The Imperial War Museum, Duxford.
XL497 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
XL497 first entered service with the Royal Navy in 1960 served on Hermes, Ark Royal, Victorious, Centaur and Eagle. Her last flight was from RAF Lossiemouth in 1978 and she was the gate guardian at HMS Gannet, Prestwick until June 1990
G-AWZJ photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
G-AWZJ made its last revenue flight on 9 December 1985 and was the last British based Trident to fly fee paying flights. Acquired by Prestwick Airport fire service in 1986 and moved to the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum in 1999
XP557 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the RAF at Cranwell then to 6 FTS at Finningley and SoRF at Leeming. after retirement from RAF service it has been displayed at the South Yorkshire Air Museum and Bomber County Aviation Museum before moving to Dumfries
WT746 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
WT746 first flew on 1st March 1955 and was then delivered to No.5 MU Its flying career was spent with the Air Fightning Development Squadron at RAF West Rayham in Norfolk from around 1960. It then became a GI airframe at various RAF sites.
WL375 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former Royal Aircraft Establishment Meteor which was modified with a Mk.8 rear fuselage now preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
ZF584 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former RSAF Lightning which was bought back by BAe in 1986 as part of the Tornado deal. Presented to Ferranti in Edinburgh and served as a gate guard, when the site closed in 2005 it was donated to the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum.
FT-36 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former Belgium Air Force Lockheed T-33A preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
WJ880 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
front section of the cockpit
68-0060 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
General Dynamics F-111E escape capsule which crashed at Wainfleet Rangers, Lincolnshire. on 5th November 1975 following a bird strike which penetrated the right windscreen. Now preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
XP557 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the RAF at Cranwell then to 6 FTS at Finningley and SoRF at Leeming. after retirement from RAF service it has been displayed at the South Yorkshire Air Museum and Bomber County Aviation Museum before moving to Dumfries
WT746 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
WT746 first flew on 1st March 1955 and was then delivered to No.5 MU Its flying career was spent with the Air Fightning Development Squadron at RAF West Rayham in Norfolk from around 1960. It then became a GI airframe at various RAF sites.
XT486 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
Former Falklands war veteren preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
XT280 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the Royal Navy in 1965 and served with 809NAS. Assigned to the RAF in 1981, first with 16 Sqn then 208 and 12 Sqns. It was upgraded to S2B spec in 1988 before finally being scrapped in March 1994. Now preserved at the Dumfries Museum
G-AWZJ photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
cockpit of HS-121 Trident 3B-101 preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
XP557 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the RAF at Cranwell then to 6 FTS at Finningley and SoRF at Leeming. after retirement from RAF service it has been displayed at the South Yorkshire Air Museum and Bomber County Aviation Museum before moving to Dumfries
XT280 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the Royal Navy in 1965 and served with 809NAS. Assigned to the RAF in 1981, first with 16 Sqn then 208 and 12 Sqns. It was upgraded to S2B spec in 1988 before finally being scrapped in March 1994. Now preserved at the Dumfries Museum
XW363 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former 'Poachers' display aircraft, previously on display at the now defunct RAF Millom & Militaria Museum
WA576 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
one of the pre-production models which served with the joint experimental helicopter unit and took part in military trials, later being used as an instructional airframe at RAF Halton.
WJ880 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
rear section of the cockpit
ZF584 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former RSAF Lightning which was bought back by BAe in 1986 as part of the Tornado deal. Presented to Ferranti in Edinburgh and served as a gate guard, when the site closed in 2005 it was donated to the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum.
WJ880 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
This much travelled Canberra served with 104 Sqn, 56 Sqn, 100 Sqn, 85 Sqn and 7 Sqn. It then move to 1 SoTT, it was cut up in 1976 and the nose is now preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
XT486 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
Former Falklands war veteren preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
WA576 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
one of the pre-production models which served with the joint experimental helicopter unit and took part in military trials, later being used as an instructional airframe at RAF Halton.
XP557 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
WL375 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former Royal Aircraft Establishment Meteor which was modified with a Mk.8 rear fuselage now preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
G-AWZJ photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
interior of HS-121 Trident 3B-101 preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
G-AWZJ photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
G-AWZJ made its last revenue flight on 9 December 1985 and was the last British based Trident to fly fee paying flights. Acquired by Prestwick Airport fire service in 1986 and moved to the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum in 1999
XW363 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
318 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
XT486 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
Former Falklands war veteren preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
42163 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
Former French Air Force F-100D now painted in USAF markings as 54-2163 and dedicated to the US Air National Guard and is depicted as one flown by Capt. John M. Haley, 174th TFS, Iowa Air National Guard, during the squadron’s tour in Vietnam.
ZF584 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
former RSAF Lightning which was bought back by BAe in 1986 as part of the Tornado deal. Presented to Ferranti in Edinburgh and served as a gate guard, when the site closed in 2005 it was donated to the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum.
WJ880 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
This much travelled Canberra served with 104 Sqn, 56 Sqn, 100 Sqn, 85 Sqn and 7 Sqn. It then move to 1 SoTT, it was cut up in 1976 and the nose is now preserved at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum
WT746 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
In 43 Sqn colours and preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
XT280 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
First delivered to the Royal Navy in 1965 and served with 809NAS. Assigned to the RAF in 1981, first with 16 Sqn then 208 and 12 Sqns. It was upgraded to S2B spec in 1988 before finally being scrapped in March 1994. Now preserved at the Dumfries Museum
68-0060 photo, click to enlarge
X6DF Airport, 2012-06-24
General Dynamics F-111E escape capsule which crashed at Wainfleet Rangers, Lincolnshire. on 5th November 1975 following a bird strike which penetrated the right windscreen. Now preserved at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
one of the many surviving hangars at the former RAF Dumfries
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
memorial at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
inside the former RAF tower which is now part of the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
inside the former RAF tower which is now part of the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
Rolls Royce Griffon 57 engine displayed at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
Armstrong Siddeley Double Mamba 102 Turboprop which was used to power the Fairy Gannet AEW.3
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
Rolls Royce Merlin XII from Spitfire P7540 of 312 (Czech) Sqn which crashed into Loch Doon 25th October 1941
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
Rolls Royce Merlin 38 recovered from Lancaster III PB456 of 101 sqn which crash on 13th November 1944 near Loch Lomond killing the seven crew members. Now displayed at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
X6DF Airport photo
X6DF Airport
2012-06-24
Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7A turbofan from ex Polar Air Cargo Boeing 747-122(SF) - cn 19757 / ln 67 N852FT which was scrapped at Prestwick in 2002