Letchworth, Hitchin & District Branch of RAFA
visited the Royal Air Force Museum London Aerodrome on 6 October 2016

Commonly called the RAF Museum.
It is located on the former Hendon Aerodrome
Ex-RAF pilot Flt Lt Roger Wilkins gets the tour under way.
Roger talks about the actual Hunter that he flew combat sorties in during the Aden emergency .
The group, including Branch President Gordon Collinson, look on while Roger talks about the Meteor
The Mustang - very impressive!
The Yanks looking cool!
Roy Newbury in front of a Liberator like in which he flew as an Air Cadet about a week after D Day.
Memories of some the brave men of the Royal Flying Corps.
WW1 Casualties, some of the many facts presented in the museum.
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[Ed. This iconic Cold War gateguard has now been relegated to the Helicopter Museum at Weston-Super-Mare]
Roy Newbury, this time in front of a Lancaster Bomber, he was fortunate enough to fly in this legendary aircraft.
At the end of a long day with Roy Newbury, Eric Dagless, Pauline and Gordon Collinson, Ken Needham, Shaun and Donna Griffin, Janet Clarke and Marie and Denis Mahoney.