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    Seen here at the Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum, located around & in the WW2 era Control tower, on the site of the former RAF Dumfries.

    Built for the RSAF, she first flew on the 2nd of May 1968, delivered two months later as 53-682, then retired in December 1985. Brought back to the UK by Bae, she was placed in storage until 1990. Donated to Ferranti in Edinburgh in recognition of their pioneering work on the radar system of the a/c, she was displayed there until the site was closed. Eventually ending up at at the museum at Dumfries, where she has been restored & painted in RAF 111 Squadron (Treble One or Tremblers) colours.

     

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