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93rd Bomb Group Museum

During World War Two the shape of the Norfolk countryside was transformed with a multitude of airfields being built to support British and American forces operating over Europe and further afield. Whilst many of the airfields and memories may be long since gone, a few small groups of dedicated individuals work to ensure history is not [...]

By | January 26th, 2016|Museum Reports|0 Comments

L’Epopee de l’Industrie et de l’Aeronautique

Hidden away in a nondescript industrial estate in the French town of Albert lies L'Epopee de l'Industrie et de l'Aeronautique - unknown to many who pass through. This collection of aircraft, vehicles and other varied items may be off the beaten track but is it worth seeking it out? Adam Duffield takes a look at [...]

By | January 21st, 2016|Museum Reports|0 Comments

Smithsonian Institution Washington

The Smithsonian Institution comprises of 19 free national museums that hold some of the most significant documents and artefacts in American history. Two of these, located in downtown Washington D.C and Chantilly, VA, make up Smithsonian Air and Space. AeroResource correspondent Michael Lovering reports from the US capital. Museum Information Washington D.C. is a remarkable [...]

By | August 18th, 2014|Museum Reports|1 Comment

de Havilland Aviation Heritage Centre

First opening to the public on the 15th May 1959, the de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre was the first aviation museum in Britain and as a registered charity, the proceeds were donated to the RAF Benevolent Fund as they still are today. Jack Goward takes a look at the Museum for AeroResource. Museum Information The [...]

By | February 8th, 2014|Museum Reports|3 Comments