Museum of Science and Industry
Manchester
November 2018

The museum is situated on a large seven acre site in its own impressive building. Not surprisingly the building's roof leaks badly and some of the elevated walkways were out of bounds during my visit. The use of a tripod is restricted unless permission is gained. Typical of most museums the exhibits are tightly packed making photography very difficult.
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Inside and out
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Avro Shackleton AEW.1 (WR960)
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Left to right: Avro Shackleton AEW.1 (WR960),
Avro 707A (WZ736).
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Left to right: Bristol Belvedere HC.1 (XG454),
English Electric P.1A (WG763).
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Left to right: de Havilland Dragon Rapide (G-ADAH),
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Left to right: Avro Avian (G-EBZM),
Mignet HM.14 Flying Flea (BAPC-12),
Yokosuka MXY-7 Ohka 11 (997), another example is at Planes of Fame Museum and another is Yanks Air Museum also at Chino.