Air Shows and Collections
The Shuttleworth Collection A unique collection of aircraft dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century. The collection's Gloster Gladiator and Westland Lysander are the only airworthy examples of their type in the world.

The Fighter Collection Based at Duxford Airfield, the Fighter Collection rebuilds, operates and maintains the largest collection of World War II aircraft in the UK. They are currently restoring a number of aircraft to flying condition.

Air-Scene UK Information about all aspects of the aviation scene in the UK, including information about forthcoming Air Shows as well as some excellent photography.

UK Warbirds Information about owners, operators, and profiles of warbirds in the UK. The site also offers Air Show information, reviews and great photography. Maintained by Justyn and Danni Keeble.

Jari's Airshow Pages A site maintained by Jari Juvonen. Contains some excellent photographs including some of the Flying Legends air show 2001.



Imperial War Museum, Duxford One of the best aircraft museums in the world. The American Museum boasts the best collection of US aircraft outside of America.

Royal Air Force Museum Hendon Britain's National Museum of Aviation.

The Fleet Air Arm Museum

De Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre Incorporating the Mosquito Aircraft Museum, this is based at Salisbury Hall, where the famous Mosquito was originally designed. The museum contains many examples of the de Havilland company's output. Pride of place undoubtably goes to W4050, the prototype Mosquito which, at the time of my visit, was being extensively overhauled and was without engines.

The Aircraft Museum Explorer Run by Michael Sibley, this site covers exhibits of every Aircraft Museum in the United Kingdom. This site is an astonishing tour-de-force.

Duxford-Update A frequently updated site which offers up to date information about exhibits on display at the IWM, Duxford. The site is maintained by Martin Claydon and contains high quality photographs. A visit to this site is a must for anyone planning a visit to Duxford.

Still Krazy Not aviation related but a must for anybody interested in film and photography. Still Krazy supplies photographs printed in the old-fashioned way - in a darkroom - to a very high quality indeed. With photographs dating back to the silent era this is well worth a look.

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