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RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - tower and Westland Wessex at RNAS Yeovilton

tower and Westland Wessex at RNAS Yeovilton

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Airport RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY)
Photographer: Ingo Warnecke
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Shot Date: 1979-07-00
Upload Date: 2023-01-11
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  • RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - Classic Grumman naval pair on display at RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron) Air Day 2002 - by Roger Winser by Roger Winser
  • RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - A pair of Mustangs on the apron at RNAS Yeovilton (HMS Heron) Air Day 1998. - by Roger Winser by Roger Winser
  • RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - apron at RNAS Yeovilton with Sea Lynx, Wasp and Wessex - by Ingo Warnecke by Ingo Warnecke
  • RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - Blackburn NA-39 XK488, the gate guardian at the entrance to the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, UK. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke
  • RNAS Yeovilton Airport, Yeovil, England United Kingdom (EGDY) - RNAS Yeovilton at the 2008 Air day: banners on the tower and a Fairey Swordfish in front of it. - by Henk van Capelle by Henk van Capelle