Thornabys Aviation History featuring RAF Thornaby

1952 -53 RAF Thornaby – Vampire jets taxi along the perimeter track to the runway. Note the 2 Meteor aircraft parked with their cockpits still open. C – Type brick hangar to right. Photograph courtesy of David E Thompson

2 thoughts on “Thornabys Aviation History featuring RAF Thornaby

  1. This to me comes alive :- Scream of the Engines , smell of the kerosene as each passes, the squeal of brakes as each keeps it distance , the shimmer behind each aircraft , canopies half open as they pass, to keep cool, at the same time stop dust from the lead aircraft The sound fading as they approach the end of runway followed by the thunderous roar of a full Squadron take-off.which vibrates the air around

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