A selection of shots of the Midland Air Museum's XK740, taken while it was being restored - it looks in rather better nick these days!
Some shots of XR991 (the yellow one) and G-RORI (note that both have had some modifications made for civilian use) plus XR754 at Cosford.
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TERRY SMITH from Chandlers Ford,Hants,
Postd at 6:45pm on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013
I to served my apprenticeship with Folland Aircraft,then taken over by Hawker Siddeley
between 1960 until 1965
MIKE OLIVE from BASINGSTOKE, HANTS
Postd at 1:22am on Saturday, April 28th, 2012
HAVING SERVED MY APPRENTICESHIP WITH FOLLAND AIRCRAFT LTD, FROM 1955, I FOUND THIS SITE FASCINATING AND VERY NOSTALGIC. I FINISHED ON THE EJECTOR SEAT DESIGN TEAM AND EMIGRATED TO AMERICA IN 1963. 'DUMBO' WILLANS USED TO LIVE TEST THE SEATS FROM A CONVERTED METEOR. I DID NOT REALISE AT THE TIME, JUST HOW MANY AIRCRAFT DESIGNS, 'TEDDY' PETTER WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR. SEVEN!- WELKIN, WHIRLWIND, LYSANDER, CANBERRA, LIGHTNING, WYVERN AND GNAT. NOT BAD FOR A QUAKER EH?