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Review: The history of aircraft on display in London Special

London - Nestled away in a corner of North London is the Royal Air Force Museum. The museum contains vast hangers containing the history of aircraft, from primitive flying contraptions to modern Tornado jets.
 

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A search-and-rescue helicopter on display at the RAF museum in Hendon  London.
A search-and-rescue helicopter on display at the RAF museum in Hendon, London.
Selection of Second World War aircraft on display at Hendon s RAF museum  London.
Selection of Second World War aircraft on display at Hendon's RAF museum, London.
A man  ready to  dig for victory  discusses the coming of war with a police officer.
A man, ready to 'dig for victory' discusses the coming of war with a police officer.
Gladiator K8042 aircraft  1937-1945. This was the last bi-plane used by the British. It saw action e...
Gladiator K8042 aircraft, 1937-1945. This was the last bi-plane used by the British. It saw action early on during the war.
A war memorial for those killed during the bombings that took place during World War II.
A war memorial for those killed during the bombings that took place during World War II.
The Westland Lysander was a British army co-operation and liaison aircraft produced by Westland Airc...
The Westland Lysander was a British army co-operation and liaison aircraft produced by Westland Aircraft used immediately before and during the Second World War. The aircraft was powered by one 890 hp (664 kW) Bristol Mercury XII radial piston engine.
During the war  children were evacuated from the cities into the countryside due to risk of bombing.
During the war, children were evacuated from the cities into the countryside due to risk of bombing.
The thick wings of the Short Sunderland carried the four nacelle-mounted Pegasus engines and accommo...
The thick wings of the Short Sunderland carried the four nacelle-mounted Pegasus engines and accommodated six drum fuel tanks with a total capacity of 9,200 litres (2,025 Imperial gallons, 2,430 U.S. gallons).
The Mark I Spitfire had a maximum speed of 362 mph (583 km/h) at 18 500 ft (5 600 m)  with a maximum...
The Mark I Spitfire had a maximum speed of 362 mph (583 km/h) at 18,500 ft (5,600 m), with a maximum rate of climb of 2,490 ft/min at 10,000 ft (3,000 m).
Hawker Hurricane Mark 1  a British single-seat fighter aircraft. At the end of June 1940  following ...
Hawker Hurricane Mark 1, a British single-seat fighter aircraft. At the end of June 1940, following the fall of France, the majority of the RAF's 36 fighter squadrons were equipped with Hurricanes.
A training aircraft  used in World War II by the British (RAF Museum  Hendon)
A training aircraft, used in World War II by the British (RAF Museum, Hendon)
A selection of World War II aircraft on display at the Battle of Britain Museum  Hendon  London.
A selection of World War II aircraft on display at the Battle of Britain Museum, Hendon, London.

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