Lost Aviation Collections of Britain

This special edition in the best-selling Wrecks & Relics series commemorates the origins and growth of Britain's aircraft preservation movement.

Lost Aviation Collections of Britain

Author: Ken Ellis

Publisher: Crecy Pub

ISBN: 9780859791595

Page: 224

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A detailed history of Britain's pioneering aircraft museums and collections such as Torbay and Skyfame, and warbird collector pioneers including Richard Nash and Charles Church. This special edition in the best-selling Wrecks & Relics series commemorates the origins and growth of Britain's aircraft preservation movement.

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