Terry Fletcher's Photo Gallery

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SP-GLC - Cessna UC-78 Bobcat at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-GLC - This Cessna Bobcat was originally 43-31827 before being bought as Army surplus by LOT Poland - it subsequently becamre the last flying Bobcat with Lot (as SP-LEM) before taking up its current marks as the executive aircraft for the Aviation Institute of W
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SP-LXH - Aero 145 used as a Polish Air Ambulance and now preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-FXA - This Let L60E Air Ambulance is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-NXA - Let L-200D Morava preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-PAK - The second of two prototypes of the M-4 , which did not reach production stage and this example is now preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-ASZ - Yak 12M preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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TB995 - This aircraft whilst wearing its previous marks of SM411 appeared in taxying scenes in the 1968 film ' The Battle of Britain '
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SP-FWH - The PZL 104 Wilga 35A has been in continuous polish production as a sports aviation aircraft since 1968 - this example is now preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-LXC - This Czech built Aero AE-45S Suer Aero served as an Air Ambulance in Poland and now awaits restoration at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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105 - Another angle showing the artillery of the Polish Lim 6Bis
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105 - PZL-Mielec LIM6Bis basically Mig-17s built under licence in Poland This version first flew in 1963 and this example is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-PBL - The MD12 was developed in the late 1950s as a replacement for the Ilyushin 14 and in 1962 this sole MD12F was prototyped as an aerial photography version - which sadly did not reach production . This only example is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum
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1007 - The aircraft in this picture with the faded serial is probably the strangest looking aircraft I have ever seen - its a WSK-Mielec M-15 Belphegor produced in the 1970s as the world's only jet powered bi-plane and agricultural aircraft - this example is pre
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SP-PBK - Awaiting re-assembly at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-PBK - Looked like a recent dis-assembled arrival to be preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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2011 - This PZL-Mielec TS-11 Iskra bis B is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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0216 - This Mil Mi-2T c/n 530216116 is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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027 - This Lisunov Li-2T c/n 18439102 is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-PRC - One of two prototypes preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-PRD - One of two prototype aircrafts built , but never materialised into production , both are now preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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SP-LHB - Ex LOT Tu134 preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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037 - ex Polish AF Yakovlev 40 c/n 9510238 preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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3078 - This Ilyushin VEP 14P (c/n 14803078) is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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8-63 - The only surviving example of the 325 built PZL P.11s is preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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51-14728 - Atlyhough this texan is painted (4)92983 and preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow - it originally was 41-35201  before becoming 51-14728. This aircraft is not to be confused with F-AZVN which also wears 49-2983 on its tail fin and still flies
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81-123 - This PWS 26 is the only example of its kind ( 320 were built) to survive WWII - it  wore civil marks SP-AJB until 1953 and is now preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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T-8209 - DH82A tiger Moth preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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43-29233 - Piper Cub , preserved at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow , formerly wore the Civil marks of SP-AFP
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D-IRIK - at the Poland Aviation Museum in Krakow
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