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North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE905) at RAF Museum, Hendon - Click for Full Image

The North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE905) at RAF Museum was built by Noorduyn Aircraft Co., Canada and was supplied to the Royal Canadian Air Force in May 1943. It was purchased by the RAF in 1985 and, following renovation, was loaned to the Newark Air Museum. It returned to the RAF Museum, Hendon in May 1994.

(Picture November 2002)


 

North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE695) at Duxford - Click for Full Image

Airworthy North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE695) pictured in the Fighter Collection hanger at Duxford. This aircraft was built in Canada in 1942 and served in No.6 Flying School in Canada during the remainder of WWII. It was sold to the Swedish Air Force in 1947 and finally came to England in 1989. It is owned by the Fighter Collection.

(Picture May 2003)


 

North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE992) at Duxford - Click for Full Image

Although it didn't fly, airworthy North American T-6 Harvard IIB (FE992) on the flight-line at the Jubilee Air Display at Duxford (May 2002). It arrived at Duxford in 1991 and is painted in the colours of No.4 (Pilots) Advanced Flying Unit, RAF Tern Hill. It is operated by Historic Flying Limited. 

(Picture May 2002)


 

North American AT-6D Texan (42-1271) at Duxford - Click for Full Image

North American AT-6D Texan (42-1271) in the American Air Museum at Duxford.

 

(Picture December 2002)


   
AT-6D Texan (LN-AMY) at Duxford - Click for Full Image

AT-6D Texan (LN-AMY) is operated by the Old Flying Machine Company.

 

(Picture March 2003)

   
 

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