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by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Aircraft preserved in Canada 1: Warplanes in British Columbia

Canadian Warplanes preserved in

British Columbia

The aim of this website is to locate, identify and document every historical Warplane preserved in Canada.  Many contributors have assisted in the hunt for these aircraft to provide and update the data on this website.  Photos are by the author unless otherwise credited.  Any errors found here are by the author, and any additions, corrections or amendments to this list of Warplanes in Canada would be most welcome and may be e-mailed to the author at hskaarup@rogers.com.

Data current to 3 April 2019.

Abbotsford

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20414) in flight.  (RCAF Photo)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20373), C/N CCF4-164, 1952, Reg. No. C-FNSN.  Conair, also Reg. No. N997RD.

de Havilland Canada (Grumman) CS-2F-1 Tracker, RCN, with magnetic anomally gear extended, ca 1960.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4821470)

de Havilland Canada (Grumman) CS-2F Tracker, RCN (Serial No. 1520), (Serial No. 12), Conair Firecat, C-GWUP, Tanker No. 68.

de Havilland Canada (Grumman) CS-2F Tracker, RCN (Serial No. 1525), (Serial No. 19),  Conair Firecat, C-FOPY, Tanker No. 69.

de Havilland Canada (Grumman) CS-2F Tracker, RCN (Serial No. 1535), (Serial No. 006),  Conair Firecat, C-FOPV, Tanker No. 66.

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo pair in flight over the Rockies.  (Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4014847)

 (Peter Overnell Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101035), C/N 541, 409 Sqn, Abbotsford Airport.

Armstrong

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20300).  (RCAF Photo)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20440), C/N CCF4-231, Reg. No. C-FVTT.

Black Creek

Hawker Typhoon Mk. IB, RAF (Serial No. EK183), US-A, of No. 56 Squadron RAF at RAF Matlaske, Norfolk, on 21 April 1943.  (RAF Photo)

Hawker Typhoon (Serial No. JP843) is being built at the VMAerospace facility in British Columbia with the goal of once again returning a Hawker Typhoon to the skies.  The project is being constructed using surviving parts from Typhoon recoveries, factory drawings, and highly accurate reverse engineering practices to bring the aircraft back to its former glory.  It is the Typhoon Legacy Co. Ltd. Team's goal to see JP843 fly with the mighty Napier Sabre engine, and they are investing heavily in their work to make this happen.

Hawker Typhoon JP843 was the fourth production batch of 600 aircraft built by Gloster Aircraft during 1943, deliveries for this batch started 4  May 1943 and ended Dec 1943.  It was one of 3,317 Typhoons constructed during the Second World War.  JP843 was originally fitted with a “Car Door” canopy, four faired 20-mm Hispano cannons and early exhaust fairings.  JP843 was delivered from 51 Maintenance Unit (MU), RAF Station Lichfield to No. 197 Squadron, Tangmere on 22 Sep 1943.  In Dec 1943, the operational records book reports JP843 as OV-T.   On 3 Jan 1944, JP843 was flown by Flying Officer K.J. Harding on a Rhubarb to Yvrench, France, with three other Typhoons, each armed with two 250 lb bombs.  Harding became separated from the others in the target area and, returning alone, was intercepted by four Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighters which he managed to outrun despite sustaining two hits.  The aircraft sustained Category B damage, which was repaired, and the aircraft is reported as being back in operations by 11 Jan 1944.

In Feb 1944 the unit saw an influx of new Typhoons fitted with sliding hoods and armed with RP-3 ground attack rockets with 60 lb High Explosive heads.  It is suspected that JP843 was sidelined for a short period before being sent to 13 MU on 22 Feb 1944, and then on to Gloster on 25 Apr 1944.  It is likely that both of these allocations concerned canopy and RP-3 modifications.  On return from Gloster, JP843 was reported at 83 Group Support Unit (GSU), Redhill 8 Jun 1944 and allocated to 609 Squadron.  JP843 does not appear in 609 Squadron's Operational Record Book for June 1944, but it does appear briefly with 198 Squadron marked as “K” when it is reported as having returned with engine trouble.  It is likely that JP843 was “borrowed” from 609 Squadron by 198 Squadron during the hectic month of June 1944, but it does return to 609 Squadron between 8 July and 27 July 1944.  JP843 was lost during operations along with P/O Price on 27 Jul 1944.

Boundary Bay

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20271).  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3390853)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20354), C/N CCF4-145, Reg. No. C-FSPC.

North American T-28B Trojan, USN (BuNo. 140025).  (Ahunt Photo)

North American T-28B Trojan, USN (BuNo. 140012), C/N 219-11 (also reported as C/N 226-166), C-FPTR.  283.

CFB Comox.  The Comox Air Force Museum is listed on a separate page on this web site.

Chilliwack

 (Mike Kaehler Photo)

de Havilland Canada (Grumman) CS-2F Tracker, RCN/CF (Serial No.(Serial No. 1573).   This Tracker served with VU 33 in Comox, BC, and 880 Sqn in Summerside, PEI.  It went briefly to Conair and was registered as C-FKVG.  On 6 Jan 2010 it went from Conair to a museum called the Military Education Centre Museum in Chilliwack.  It sits in a compound near the RCMP facility in Chilliwack.

Comox Valley Information Centre

 (arby101ca Photo)

Canadair CL-41/CT-114 Tutor (Serial No. 114115), Snowbird No. 5, mounted on a pylon.

Delta

North American T-28B Trojan, USN.  (USN Photo)

North American T-28A Trojan (Serial No. 51-7812), C/N 174-665, C-GBKT.  409, USN colours.

Esquimalt, CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum (BEN&MM)

Fort Langley Airport

Boeing Stearman PT-27  Kaydet, RCAF (Serial No. FD975), 29 Apr 1942.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3582154)

Boeing-Stearman E75N1/PT-13 Kaydet, (Serial No. 75-8352), CF-GWI.

de Havilland DH 82C Tiger Moth, RCAF (Serial No. 4388).  (RCAF Photo)

de Havilland DH 82C Tiger Moth, (Serial No. 986), (Serial No. 5811), CF-CIE.

Fort St John

Boeing Stearman PT-27  Kaydet, RCAF (Serial No. FD975), ca 1942.  (RCAF Photo)

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet, (Serial No. 75-3403), CF-ULY.

 (Robin Sipe Photo)

Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk. VI (Serial No. 23692), c/n 1482, Reg. No. N3844E.  This Sabre was purchased from Courtesy Aircraft.  It was last operated by the South African Air Force, and is currently in storage in Seattle, Washington, in very good, original, unrestored condition.  The aircraft is to be moved to Fort St. John, BC where it will be restored to ground running, taxi capable condition in the short term, with long term plans for full restoration to flying status.  The Aerospace & Technology Museum of British Columbia.

Kamloops

Auster AOP.6, RAF (Serial No. MT44), with Canadians in Italy ca 1943.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4232925)

Auster T7, RCAF (Serial No. 16688), BV-B, No. 444 Squadron, 5 Aug 1952.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3617348)

Auster AOP.6, RCAF (Serial No. 16667), C/N TAY268V, CF-LIC.

Canadair CF-116 Freedom Fighter (Serial No. 116703).  (Canadian Forces Photo)

Canadair CF-116 Freedom Fighter (Serial No. 116703).  (Alain Rioux Photo)

 (Mike Klaybourne Photo)

 (Mike Kaehler Photos)

Canadair CF-116 Freedom Fighter (Serial No. 116740), C/N 1040, 419 Sqn, mounted on a pylon outside the Airport terminal.

Langley, the Canadian Museum of Flight is listed on a separate page on this web site.

Langley Airport

Boeing Stearman PT-27  Kaydet, RCAF, ca 1942.  (RCAF Photo)

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet (Serial No. 75-523), C-FFWV.

Fairchild 24K, Reg. No. NC20612.  (Bill Larkins Photo)

Fairchild 24K (Serial No. 3304), CF-BWW.

Fairchild 24C-8E (Serial No. 2802), C-FCCO.

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, C/N CCF4-529, painted as a USAF TF-6H, LTA-608, (Serial No. 28608), Reg. No. C-FWBS.

Cessna L-19E Bird Dog in flight, Canadian Army (Serial No. 16733).  (Canadian Army Photo)

Cessna L-19A Bird Dog (Serial No. 16713), (Serial No. 22886), Army 444, C-FHDJ, silver.

Nanaimo

Consolidated PBY-5A Canso, RCAF (Serial No. 9771), ca. 1943.  (CF Photo)

Consolidated PBY-5A Canso, RCAF (Serial No. 9815), c/n CV-249, C-FNJB. Aero Service Ltd., Collishaw Air Terminal, Nanaimo Airport.

Sopwith F.1 Camel, Maj Ray Collishaw, No. 203 Sqn, Izel-le-Hameau, France, 12 July 1918.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3214135)

; and Sopwith F.1 Camel, Maj Raymond Collishaw, Capt A.T. Whealy, Izel-le-Hameau, France, 12 July 1918.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3214136)

Sopwith F.1 Camel, Maj Raymond Collishaw, Capt A.T. Whealy, Izel-le-Hameau, France, 12 July 1918.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3214137).

Sopwith Triplane, ca. 1917.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3390963)

Sopwith Triplane replica, Collishaw Air Terminal, Nanaimo Airport.

North Saanich

 (Mike Kaehler Photo)

Consolidated PBY-5A Canso A (BuNo. 11024), RCAF (Serial No. 11024), coded QT-024, Reg. No. C-FUAW, Pacific Flying Boats.  The Catalina Preservation Society

Oliver

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20449), C/N CCF4-55.  (RCAF Photo)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20261), C/N CCF4-52, C-FWWO.

Patricia Bay Airport

Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawks, RCAF No. 111 (F) Sqn, Kodiak, Alaska, 1942-43.  (Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4105388).

In 1942, the Imperial Japanese Navy occupied Attu and Kiska, two islands in the Aleutians which were part of Alaska.   RCAF home defense P-40 squadrons saw combat over the Aleutians, assisting the USAAF.  The RCAF initially sent 111 Squadron, flying the Kittyhawk Mk. I, to the US base on Adak island.  During the drawn-out campaign, 12 Canadian Kittyhawks operated on a rotational basis from a new, more advanced base on Amchitka, (121 km) southeast of Kiska.  14 and 111 Sqns took turns flying patrols from Amchitka.  During a major attack on Japanese positions at Kiska on 25 September 1942, Squadron Leader Ken Boomer shot down a Japanese Nakajima A6M2-N Rufe floatplane.  The RCAF also purchased 12 P-40Ks directly from the USAAF while in the Aleutians.  After the Japanese threat diminished, these two RCAF squadrons returned to Canada and eventually transferred to England without their Kittyhawks.

 

Japanese Naval Air Force Nakajima A6M2-N Type 2 Rufe floatplane in flight.  (IJNAF Photo)

In early 1945 pilots from No. 133 Squadron operating P-40N fighters out of Patricia Bay, near Victoria, intercepted and destroyed two Japanese balloon bombs, which were designed to cause wildfires on the North American mainland.  On 21 February, Pilot Officer E. E. Maxwell shot down a balloon, which landed on Sumas Mountain in Washington State.  On 10 March, Pilot Officer J. 0. Patten destroyed a balloon near Saltspring Island, BC.  The last interception took place on 20 April 1945 when Pilot Officer P.V. Brodeur from 135 Squadron out of Abbotsford, shot down a balloon over Vedder Mountain.

Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk. I aircraft of No.111(F) Squadron, RCAF, Patricia Bay, British Columbia, 15 January 1942.  (Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3406263)

Curtiss P-40D Kittyhawk Mk. I, RAF (Serial No. AK803), RCAF (Serial No. 1034), C/N 15184, parts from RAF (Serial No. AK933), Reg. No. C-GHTM.

Bristol Beaufort, RCAF, S-AW and Y-AW.  15 of these torpedo bombers were flown by the RCAF operating out of Patricia Bay during the Second World War, RCAF (Serial Nos. L9967, L9968, N1005-N1007, N1021, N1026, N1029, N1030, N1045, N1078, N1107, W6473, and W6484).  None have been preserved in Canada.  (RCAF Photos)

Port Clements

Sikorsky S-58 (H-34A) Choctaw Helicopter, RCAF (Serial No. 9630).  (RCAF Photo)

Sikorsky S-58ET Choctaw Helicopter (Serial No. 58-1589), C-FLOG.

Princeton

Canadair CT-133 Silver Star, RCAF (Serial No. 133423).  (RCAF Photo courtesy of the Shearwater Aviation Museum)

 (BK-Hunters Photos)

Canadair CT-133 Silver Star Mk. 3, RCAF (Serial No. 133648) mounted on a pylon serving as a wind vane at Princeton Airport

Qualicum Beach, British Columbia

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4M, C/N CCF4-529, C-FWBS.

North American NA-66 Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 2956), 57, No. 41 SFTS, 1944.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, LAC MIKAN No. 3650995)

North American NA-66 Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 2591), C/N 66-2324, C-FMTA, yellow with RAF roundel.

Quesnel, Heritage Aircraft Museum

Luscombe Silvaire.  (Bill Larkins Photo)

Luscombe Silvaire.

Republic Seabee, C-FDOQ.  (Photo courtesy of Ahunt)

Republic RC-3 Seabee (Serial No. unknown).

Scottish Aviation Pioneer on display in the RAF Museum, Cosford, England.  (xenopmnorph Photo)

Scottish Aviation Pioneer (Serial No. 508), C-GSTX.

Scottish Aviation Pioneer (Serial No. 516), CF-STX.

Scottish Aviation Pioneer (Serial No. 582), C-GNIS.

 

Stinson Reliant HW-75, Royal Navy (Serial No. FK924).  (RCAF Photo)

Stinson SR-10 Reliant, Gen H.D.G. Crerar, Grave, Netherlands, 11 Apr 1945.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3227960)

Stinson SR-10 Reliant.

Richmond

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIV, No. 414 Sqn, RCAF ca. 1945.  (RCAF Photo)

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIV, CF-GMZ.  This aircraft placed 4th in the 1949 Tinnerman Air Races in the USA with a top speed of 359.565mph.  ( J.H.G. MacArthur Photo courtesy of the San Diego Air & Space Museum)

Supermarine Spitfire F.R. Mk. XIV, 430 Sqn.  (RCAF Photo)

 (RCAF Photo ca 1948 via Mike Kaehler

Supermarine Spitfire FR Mk. XIVe, (Serial No. TZ138), built by Vickers, (Serial No. 5447), C/N 6S/676505, C-GVZB, later C-GSPT.  Owned by Bob Jens, this aircraft is stored at Vancouver International Airport, British Columbia.

Sidney

Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk. VI, RCAF (Serial No. 23314).  (RCAF Photo Association)

Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk. VI, RCAF (Serial No. 23060).  (DND Photo via James Craik)

 (Author Photos)

Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk. VI, RCAF (Serial No. 23060).  Silver, mounted on a pylon in front of the Army, Navy and Air Force Association Veterans Club No. 302 - 9831 - 4th Street.

North American T-28A Trojan (Serial No. 51-3594), C-GHRV, 1951.

Sidney, British Columbia Aviation Museum (BCAM), aircraft are listed on a separate page on this web site.

Surrey

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20271), 30 Aug 1954.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3585015)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20325), C/N CCF4-116, CF-RFS.  

Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly, RCAF (Serial No. 9933), Trenton, Ontario, 7 April 1949.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3520193)

Sikorsky S-51/HO3S-1 Dragonfly, USN (Bu No. 124345), C/N 51204, N2842D, N7152C, CF-FDF, C-FFDF. 

Vancouver

Auster VII, RCAF (Serial No. 16688), BV-B, No. 444 Squadron, 5 Aug 1952.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3617348)

Auster AOP.6, RCAF (Serial No. 2859), OU 677, C/N TAY866BJ, C-GCID.

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet, RCAF (Serial No. FJ852).  (RCAF Photo)

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet, (Serial No. 75-2043), C-FOMH. 

 

de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito, RCAF (Serial No. KB380), R, No. 8 OTU.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3650675)

de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito B Mk. 20, RCAF (Serial No. KB174), T, No. 8 OTU.  (Library & Archives Photo, MIKAN No. 3650674)

de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito B Mk. XX, RCAF (Serial No. KB127).  (Library & Archives Photo, MIKAN No. 3643722)

 (British Columbia Aviation Museum Photo)

de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito, B Mk. 35 (Serial No. VR796), Reg. No. CF-HMJ, Bob Jens.  North Saanich.  This aircraft is flying as (Serial No. LR503), GB-F, "F-for-Freddie", RAF 103 Sqn.  The aircraft was too late for the war but was with Spartan Airways, then used as a training aid for Air Cadets in Northern Ontario and eventually moved to BC and restored.   CF-HMJ made its first flight after restoration on 16 June 2014 at Victoria International Airport, BC.  The original LR503 served with No. 105 Sqn, RAF and later flew on a publicity tour of Canada.  This aircraft was built by Airspeed in the UK in 1948 and was later operated by Spartan Air Services from 1954 to 1963.  Vancouver, British Columbia.

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20271).  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3585014)

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20476), C/N CCF4-267, C-FMWN.  Vancouver, British Columbia.

Canadian Car & Foundry Harvard Mk. 4, RCAF (Serial No. 20465), C/N CCF4-256, C-GURP.  Vancouver, British Columbia.

North American NA-66 Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 3034), on skis.  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3203262)

North American NA-66 Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 3009), C/N 66-2742, N99839.  Vancouver, British Columbia.

North American T-28A Trojan (Serial No. 621), C-GMWN.  1951.

North American T-28B Trojan (Serial No. 219-3), C-GTTI.  1954.

Vancouver, British Columbia Institute of Technology Aviation

Air Spray Ted Smith Aerostar 600, Red Deer, Alberta, 2000.  (Wikipedia Photo)

Aerostar 600 (Serial No. 600142062), C-GBBP, ex-ConAir Bird Dog.

Aerostar 600 (Serial No. 6007228061224), C-GUTV, ex-ConAir Bird Dog.

Aerostar 600 (Serial No. 6008968161254), C-GBBP, ex-ConAir Bird Dog.

Bell 206B Jet Ranger plus parts/cutaway.

Boeing B-737-200, West Jet, C-GWJT.

Cessna 172H (Serial No. 17256283), CF-VZQ.

Cessna C-180G (Serial No. 18051370)., CF-PGY.

Cessna 310E (Serial No. 310M0005), C-GBDS.

Cessna 402B (Serial No. 402B203), C-GIHM.  Located at Kelowna Campus.

 (CF Photo)

Dassault CC-117 Falcon 20C, (Serial No. 92).  C-GWPB, ex-DoT.

North American NA-81 Harvard Mk. II, with rockets,  (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3584252)

North American NA-66 Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No.).

Piper PA-31 Navajo, Reg. No. C-GXCY.  (Balcer Photo)

Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain, (Serial 317305053), C-GNLM.

Robinson R22 Beta Helicopter.  (Peter Bakema Photo)

Robinson R22B Helicopter, (Serial No.0970), C-FAAD.

Vernon

 (BK-Hunters Photo)

Supermarine Spitfire replica, (Serial No. 788), RN-P, mounted on iron pylons.  ANAF Vets Unit No. 5, 2500 46th Ave.  The letters and numbers on the plane were taken from the logbook of a Spitfire flown by the late Second World War pilot Phillip Bodnarchuk.

Victoria

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet (Serial No. 75-3176), C-GWCW.

Consolidated PBY-5A Canso, Reg. No. CF-EZX, Central BC Airways, Vancouver.  (Library and Archives Canad Photo, MIKAN No. 3388273)

Consolidated PBY-5A Canso, RCAF (Serial No. 9750), C/N CV-427, C-FDIL.

Consolidated PBY-5A Super Canso, USN (BuNo. 46596), C/N 1960, C-FFFW.

White Rock

Messerschmitt Bf 109 (Serial No. 3535), Zalesky family. 

Hawker Hurricane Mk. XII, RCAF (Serial No. 5698).  (Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3650865)

Hawker Hurricane parts.  Stored.  Zalesky family. 

Westland Lysander, RCAF (Serial No. 424), 23 Dec 1939.  (City of Vancouver Archives Photo, AM640-S1-: CVA 260-1358).

Westland Lysander, RCAF (Serial No. 424), 23 Dec 1939.  (City of Vancouver Archives Photo, AM640-S1-: CVA 260-1357)

Westland Lysander Mk. IIIA, RCAF (Serial No. 2341), hulk.  Zalesky family.

Westland Lysander Mk. IIIA, RCAF (Serial No. 2344), hulk.  Zalesky family.

Williams Lake

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet, RCAF (Serial No. FJ934).  (Letectvi.cz Photo)

Boeing-Stearman A75N1/PT-17 Kaydet (Serial No. 75-4542), C-GJIK.

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