A rare example of a Handley Page Hampden being restored at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is making huge steps towards completion of the fuselage section. As one of the Museum’s longest running conservation projects, the aircraft is starting to take shape now thanks to one of the museum’s skilled aircraft technicians who is building a large section of the aircraft from scratch.
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The Duxford-based Aircraft Restoration Company officially opened its hangar at the Cambridgeshire Airfield on September 16. The video (see below) shows ARC's John Romain with Air Vice-Marshal S D Atha, at the conclusion of the opening ceremony. This photo shows ARC's Bristol Blenheim inside the new building.
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