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Old 30th Sep 2017, 19:08
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Dear Pruners

We know what it is - XM496, the last surviving RAF Bristol Britannia; we know approximately when it was - very early 1960s, from the livery, black props and no star name; but we would dearly like to know where it was! Anyone know at which airfield this pic was taken? When and why would be bonuses.


ARCHIE1 on behalf of the team at the XM496 Preservation Society, Cotswold Airport
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