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The whistling wheelbarrow

The whistling wheelbarrow

The Armstrong Whitworth Argosy

With its fat, stubby fuselage, two long tail booms and shrieking Dart engines the Armstrong Whitworth Argosy quickly earned its nickname the ’The whistling wheelbarrow‘. For over thirty years this unique aeroplane graced the world skies, here is the Argosy’s story. Back in the mid 1950s the RAF issued a requirement for a new aircraft to replace its Vickers Viking- based Valetta and Halifax based Hastings transport aircraft and also to supplement the Beverley...

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Maintenance Mutterings… 10

Maintenance Mutterings… 10

Latest news from the Engineering team

Your latest update on the work of the DAS volunteers here at Duxford, includes stories from around the British Airliner Collection. Viscount Nothing new to report since the interior was finished. Just a quick picture of the finished seats along with their new antimacassars. VC10 Work continues on repairing or replacing corroded areas on the bottom of the wings and fuselage. Some access panels are in such a poor condition there is no other option but to manufacture...

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BAe146 flies into Duxford
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