Friday, January 20, 2012


The Duxford Imperial War Museum is Britain's largest aviation museum. I spent a whole day there with friend Jerry who lives close by in Cambridge. The exhibits include about 200 aircraft and military vehicles in 7 buildings. This site was operated by the British Royal air force in WWI and by Britain and the US in WWII. One huge exhibit is the American air Museum which is large enough for the monster B52 bomber. The museum is an outstanding tribute to both British and American air forces. During WWII the US lost about 45,000 aircraft and the British lost 23,000. With so many great pictures, I posted a photo album on Facebook. "I'll be Back", there's just to much to see in a day.

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