- The latest fully updated edition of this definitive guide to the aviation heritage of the British Isles, now in its fifth decade
- Fully illustrated throughout
- The essential companion for every aviation enthusiast
This must-have touring guide and trusted reference source to the aviation museums, warbirds, collections and relics in the British Isles has been in constant demand for over five decades. Now in its 26th edition, Wrecks & Relics is regarded as all that’s needed to discover the incredible aeronautical treasures and the aviation heritage of these islands.
County-by-county coverage features over 700 locations and includes details of more than 5,000 aircraft, including service use, build and arrival dates. The highlights, changes and trends of Britain’s aviation heritage are related in depth, making Wrecks & Relics the faithful companion of enthusiasts, operators, and curators alike.
With extended photographic coverage, Wrecks & Relics is the comprehensive rundown of museums and their exhibits, warbird operators, restoration workshops, military ‘gate guardians’, stored and instructional airframes and redundant aircraft being used for the most unlikely of purposes. All this and more is packed into the book’s easy-to-use, portable and user-friendly format.