Goals in Sight


Thanks to diligent work, two long-term restoration projects at the RAF Museum Cosford will soon be on display. Nigel Price reports


The nose section of Douglas Dakota KG437 within the Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at Cosford.
The Hampden’s cockpit, which has recently had a lighting system installed.
The recently painted fuselage of Westland Lysander R9125, pictured in May.

Excellent progress is being made on a pair of important historic aircraft at the RAF Museum’s always busy Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at Cosford, Shropshire.

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