Museums with Axis aircraft

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Sheldrake » 12 Feb 2018 11:30

The air travel museum at Wernigerode Germany collection is purely post war. However, it does offer the visitor the chance to fly an Me109 simulator! http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode. ... lator.html

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Alex Tijerina » 18 Feb 2018 04:23

"The air travel museum at Wernigerode Germany collection is purely post war. However, it does offer the visitor the chance to fly an Me109 simulator! http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode. ... lator.html"


Web Site in not available. :( :(

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Sheldrake » 18 Feb 2018 11:52

Sorry I think this is the link - which I found via google in 2 secs http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode.de/de/

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Neuhof » 03 Jun 2018 18:00

Hi Sheldrake,
http://www.gillelejegruppen.dk/index.html
According to their information, the place is only open by appointment. Looking forward to go there soon.

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by DC North West » 31 Jul 2019 12:34

The RAF Museum has moved the Axis Aircraft about, from Hendon to Cosford, for the reorganisation of Hendon. Worth checking the site first https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by destefanis » 31 Dec 2019 22:52

In Chilean FACH (Chilean Air Force) Museum they have a CASA 1131E (spanish Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann) and a Breda-65 turret. More info, here: http://www.museoaeronautico.gob.cl/home

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by allserp243 » 15 Jan 2020 07:21

Don't forget about the National Museum of the USAF at Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio
please see this https://All-serp.com

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Post by B Hellqvist » 22 Jul 2020 00:46

Flygvapenmuseum in Malmslätt (just outside of Linköping in southeastern Sweden) has a very nice collection, with the world's only surviving Junkers Ju 86, a Fieseler Storch, a Fiat CR 42, a Caproni Ca 313 (rebuilt from original parts; also unique), and a Reggiane Re 2000 (one of only two survivors). Then there's a whole slew of other aircraft operated by the Swedish Air Force - British, US and Swedish designs. Unfortunately, the exhibition hall is undergoing maintenance, and will re-open in 2022. Link.
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Post by von thoma » 24 Jul 2020 00:24

A better view of the swedish Caproni Ca 313 in this museum ;
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Quasimodo_4 » 29 Aug 2020 11:57

Hello,

Can you add the following musea please:

- The very interesting museum regarding the the battle of the bulge.
https://www.baugnez44.be/en/museum.htm (In Belgium)
No airplanes, but a lot of information / uniforms from Luftlandetruppen.
Worth a visit.

-Militärhistorisches Museum Nordenham in the flakleitstand.
https://www.nordenham.de/de/kultur/muse ... hes-museum
In Germany.
No airplanes, but a nice museum with focus on air defence.

-StpGr Frederikshavn Nord - FlaBat (Open air museum)
North of Frederikshavn in front of the Palmestranden. (Nordre Strandvej)
Location on Google Earth: 57°24' 36' N 10°32' 11" E
No own website, but a lot of information can be found on
https://www.atlantikwall.dk/atlantikwal ... kshavn.asp
No airplanes, but a nice site, regarding the air defence.

-Radar station distelvink.
https://www.musee-radar.fr/
Worth a visit.
No airplanes, but a very nice museum regarding the landing in Normandy and the working of the German air defence.

Enjoy,

Johan

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by AnchorSteam » 03 Mar 2021 05:34

I will post a few, and see if anyone can guess what museum this is. :wink:
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I had to stick my head out of the top hatch of a B-17 to get that 2nd pic, do please forgive the poor framing job.
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by AnchorSteam » 03 Mar 2021 05:38

Found one more, and maybe some kudos to anyone that can I.D. the motorcycle?
DSCN2367 copy.jpg
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by AnchorSteam » 04 Mar 2021 04:03

FW190FullFrontal.jpg
I had to reduce the hell out of these pics, I hope they still look as good as they should when you click on them.
Fw190sidal.jpg
They did a nice job on this one, didn't they?
No oil pans under it, so it's probably not in flying condition.
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Peter89 » 04 Mar 2021 08:23

AnchorSteam wrote:
03 Mar 2021 05:38
Found one more, and maybe some kudos to anyone that can I.D. the motorcycle?

DSCN2367 copy.jpg
It's type is written on the tank :)

It's an Ural Dalesman 750cc .

The original WW2 era Ural M72 had different springs (amongst other differences).
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by AnchorSteam » 04 Mar 2021 18:39

Peter89 wrote:
04 Mar 2021 08:23
AnchorSteam wrote:
03 Mar 2021 05:38
Found one more, and maybe some kudos to anyone that can I.D. the motorcycle?

DSCN2367 copy.jpg
It's type is written on the tank :)

It's an Ural Dalesman 750cc .

The original WW2 era Ural M72 had different springs (amongst other differences).
I couldn't make that out through the shine, good job!
Any guesses on the Museum yet?

Here are a few more of the only other axis plane in the room.
classic262.jpg
profile262.jpg
Engine262.jpg
Beautiful work, you can even see that the pull-starter is there!
55mmrockets262.jpg
This rack must have poiled the airflow, and was it really made of wood?

Even so, nice job on the 55mm rockets. I have heard that they had the same balistic arc that the 30mm cannons did. Now THAT's some serious firepower!
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