Hunter and Harvard placed in Maidenhead field

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These two airframes have appeared in a well manicured field exactly 1.85 km due east ( 088 degrees actually) from the car park at West London Aero Club, White Waltham ( just measured on Google earth) . The airstream caravan parked between them can be seen on existing satellite imagary. Hunter is a two seater.

Both aircraft were probably previous residents at Booker.

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Those shadows make me ponder if the ancestor of the Sabre is the Harvard.

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The Hunter's shadow is a bit less flattering...!

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The Hunter's shadow is a bit less flattering...!

A380? :)

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Has to be the best image I have ever seen!

"Redneck Pilot" comes to mind.

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A380? :)

Fairey Delta 1 perhaps?

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I did manage a close-up of the Hunter :)

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That's the one!!!!!:highly_amused:

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Yes both ex Booker with Barry Parkhouse, Hunter T7 XL592 & Harvard KF435

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That's just about how we started the museum at Coventry - could, perhaps, do with a gateway off the road (or make the punters climb over the fence) :highly_amused:

Roger Smith.

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Nice to see a new fledging museum starting off