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Danmarks Tekniske Museum   
National Museum of Science and Technology
(Danmarks Tekniske Museum)

Helsingor (Elsinore), Denmark
September 2013

The Danish National Museum of Science and Technology was founded in 1911 in Copenhagen, in 1966 it moved to Helsingør (Elsinore) and again in 2002 where it is currently located in a former iron foundry. The ever-changing collection of interesting aircraft total about 30, although some of the older types are replicas which for me of only minor interest.
The museum is open all year with the exception of Mondays and Christmas please visit the official museum website for precise details of the opening times.
Royal Danish Navy Donnet-Lévêque Type A 'Maagen 2'
Left to right: Donnet-Lévêque Type A 'Maagen 2', The Royal Danish Navy Flying School at Kløvermarken near Copenhagen received two Donnet-Lévêque Type A seaplanes built in France 1913. They were modified in Copenhagen in 1914 with new wings to improve flying ability. 'Maagen 2' had an accident in 1915 and was then withdrawn from service.
1914 OV-Hydrofoil (F.B.V) 'Maagen 3' Royal Danish Navy.
Left to right: Percival P-34A Proctor III (62-605), this was the first aircraft type to be operated by RDAF after World War II. Six P-34A Proctor IIIs were in service between November 1945 and November 1951,
Skandinavisk Aero Industri KZ IV (OY-DZU),
1937 General Aircraft Monospar ST-25 Ambulance (OY-DAZ ex G-AEYF),
Fairchild PT-26 Cornell (179 Royal Norwegian Air Force registered LN-BIF).
Left to right: Skandinavisk Aero Industri KZ III (SE-ANY),
SAAB B17A (17320 'E') Swedish Air Force,
Piper PA-22-108 (OY-EAT).
Left to right: Douglas C-47A (OY-DDA previously K-681 RDAF) Danish Air Lines,
Westland-Bell AB-47G-3B-1 Sioux HT.2 (OY-HDH previously XV317),
1957 Sikorsky S-55C (S-884 ex 55-1032) Esk722 Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1970 SAAB F-35 Draken (A-001) Royal Danish Air Force,
1963 Lockheed CF-104 Starfighter (R-896) Royal Danish Air Force,
Gloster F.4 Meteor (43-461) Royal Danish Air Force,
Republic F-84G Thunderjet (A-777 painted as 'SY-H')
Left to right: 1953 Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (DT-491) Royal Danish Air Force.