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1970 Hawker Siddeley Harrier T.52 C/N B3-41H-735795

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Latest photos of G-VTOL
  • G-VTOL @ EGDR - G-VTOL   (ZA250) Hawker Siddeley Harrier T.52 [B3-41H-735795] (British Aerospace) RNAS Culdrose~G 25/07/1979 - by Ray Barber by Ray Barber @ EGDR
  • G-VTOL @ EGLB - at Brookland Museum - by B777juju by B777juju @ EGLB
  • G-VTOL @ EGLB - On display at the Brooklands Museum. - by Graham Reeve by Graham Reeve @ EGLB
  • G-VTOL @ EGLF - At the 1974 SBAC show, copied from slide. - by kenvidkid by kenvidkid @ EGLF

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Hawker Siddeley
Model:Harrier T.52    Search all Hawker Siddeley Harrier T.52
Year built:1970
Construction Number (C/N):B3-41H-735795
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Turbofan
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Rolls-Royce Pegasus 11PV vectored thrust
Also Registered As:
ZA250  De-registered


Registration Number:G-VTOL
Current Status:Preserved


Owner:Brooklands Museum
United Kingdom

User Comments

Doug Robertson, 2005-12-07 00:00:00
 This aircraft with distinctive call sign and registration served as the Hawker-Siddeley factory works Harrier VTOL demonstrator making flight demos as far away as Japan. I saw it in the Dunsfold, England Harrier works in September, 1970 tour when they were building the initial order there of 50 Harriers for the US Marine Corps. Also winessed that day a test flight at Dunsfold by Duncan Simpson, their Harrier test pilot flying another Harrier. The single works runway dating to WWII used a random programmer of blank shotgun shell blasts as a bird strike prevention device. Very effective, but made one initially think there was a hunter in the woods adjacent.