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Wrecks & Relics 23rd Edition
•Comprehensive touring companion for aviation enthusiasts
•An indispensable guide to Britain's aviation heritage
•Over 750 locations, 700 aircraft types, 5000 individual aircraft listed
•Completely revised and updated
•Over 75,000 copies sold since first edition!
•The must-have touring guide to the aviation museums, warbird collections and relics of the British Isles
Discover the aviation heritage of the British Isles. A comprehensive touring guide, Wrecks & Relicshas developed an enviablereputation as theanswer for those with an interest in museums, warbirds, military and civil relics. The 23rd edition details the ups and downs of collections and restorations including new developments as Harrier, Nimrod and VC-10 fleets are retired and enter this publication.
Where can I see a Hurricane or a Harrier GR.9? What’s new at Duxford and what flies at Shuttleworth? What can I see during a break in Lincolnshire?
Covering more than 750 locations, Wrecks & Relics is an indispensable touring guide: giving details of visitor attractions large and small, exhibits, locations, opening times, contact points and much more. Over 700 types and over 5,000 aircraft are detailed, including potted histories, helpful comments and over 190 colour photographs.
Warbirds, classic and vintage, out-of-service propliners and jets combine with modern military hardware, restoration projects, replicas, derelicts and ‘long forgotten’ treasures. With over 75,000 copies sold over 50 years, Wrecks & Relics has led the way as the only reference you’ll need. A trusted companion to curators, restorers, operators and enthusiasts alike.
Dimensions: 234mm x 156mm
Photos/Illus: Over 190 colour photographs