Malcolm Clarke's Photo Gallery

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

VZ634 photo, click to enlarge
WINTHORPE Airport, 1992-01-15
Gloster Meteor T7 at the Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, UK in 1992.
WS843 photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor NF14. At the Aerospace Museum, RAF Cosford.
WS838 photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor NF14 at the Midland Air Museum, Coventry, Airport.
WS838 photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor NF14. First flew April 9 1954, and after serving in several RAF Sqns, was transferred to A&AEE, Boscombe Down for photo coverage of Folland/Martin Baker ejection seat trials and air-to-air photo duties. Seen painted in high visibilty yellow
WS788 photo, click to enlarge
ELVINGTON Airport, 1997-06-08
Gloster Meteor NF14.First served with 152 Sqn at Wattisham in 1954 (and in whose colours it is displayed) and finally as RAF Leeming's "gate guardian" until 1991. At the Yorkshire Air Museum in 1997.
WS788 photo, click to enlarge
ELVINGTON Airport, 1998-08-07
Gloster Meteor NF14. First served with 152 Sqn at Wattisham in 1954 and finally as RAF Leeming's "gate guardian" until 1991. At the Yorkshire Air Museum in 1997.
G-ARCX photo, click to enlarge
E FORTUNE Airport, 1993-06-06
Gloster Meteor NF14. Built originally as an NF11, it was allocated the military reg WM261 but operated as a trials aircraft with the manufacturer and Ferranti under its civil reg. At The Museum of Flight, East Fortune, UK in 1993.
WS692 photo, click to enlarge
WINTHORPE Airport, 2006-06-16
Gloster Meteor NF12. After renovation at Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, UK in 2006.
WS692 photo, click to enlarge
WINTHORPE Airport, 1992-01-15
Gloster Meteor NF12. At Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, UK in 1992.
G-ANSO photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor T7. Formerly "Reaper" G-7-1, then converted to a 2-seat demonstrator as G-ANSO and later sold to Sweden as SE-DCC for target towing. Taken at the Farnborough Air Show in 1952.
G-ANSO photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor T7. Formerly "Reaper" G-7-1, then converted to a 2-seat demonstrator as G-ANSO and later sold to Sweden as SE-DCC for target towing. Taken at the Farnborough Air Show in 1952.
DG202 photo, click to enlarge
Gloster Meteor F9/40. This prototype aircraft first flew on July 24 1943 and was later used by Rolls Royce in the development of the Welland engine. Seen at RAF Cosford Aerospace Museum