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by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Warplanes of the Second World War preserved in the United Kingdom, North American Harvard and Texan trainers

Warplanes of the Second World War preserved in the United Kingdom,

North American Harvard

Data current to 28 Nov 2018.

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 3091), c/n 81-4013, AF-091, Reg. No. G-CPPM, Bruntingthorpe.

 (Alan Wilson Photos)

Noordyn Harvard Mk. IbI, USAAC (Serial No. 42-892), c/n 14-429, built by Noorduyn Aviation in Montreal, Quebec in 1942.  Allocated RAF (Serial No. FE695), BCATP, Mo. 94.  Harvard FE695 was brought on charge in December 1942 with No.1 Training Command, and provided sterling service across Eastern and Central Ontario until November 1945 when she was placed into storage at Dunnville with 1449:30 hours logged on the airframe. FE695 was struck off by the RCAF in June 1947. Following refurbishment she was taken on charge by the Swedish Air Force under the type designation Sk-16A (Serial N. Fv16105), Reg. No. G-BTXI.  The Fighter Collection, Duxford.  A version of the North American T-6 Texan that was  It served as a trainer with the RCAF, and then the Swedish Air Force until 1972.  It joined The Fighter Collection in 1990.

 (Alan Wilson Photos)

Noordyn Harvard Mk. IIB (Serial No. FE511), ex-RCAF, ex-Swedish Air Force, Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden.  This aircraft has been restored and flew on 14 March 2017.

  (Ian Kirk Photo)

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. III, (Serial No. 41-33949), (Serial No. EX976), Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton.

  (Alan Wilson Photos)

 (Kral Michal Photo) 

 (Memorino Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. IIB (Serial No. KF488), Bournemouth Aviation Museum, Dorset.

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-TVIJ, Robert W. Davies, Woodchurch Airfield.

North American AT-6C Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-TSIX, Anthony Cundall, Linton-on-Ouse.

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

North American AT-6D Texan (Serial No. 42-4415), Reg. No. G-TOMC, Adrian Marshall, being restored.

 (James Photo)

 (Alec Wilson Photo)

North American AT-6D Texan (Serial No. 313048), Reg. No. G-TDJN, David Nock.

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-RAIX, Malcolm Paul. Lee-on-Solent.

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-HRVD, Phil Earthy, (Ex-CCF4-541, 53-4622, BF+055).

 North American Harvard AT-6D (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-ELMH, Maurice Hammond, Hardwick Warbirds.

North American Harvard Mk. II (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-CCPM, Steven Wilch.  Ex-RCAF (Serial No. 3019), being restored.

North American SNJ-7 Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BRBG, David Jon Gilmour, North Weald.

North American Harvard Mk. IIB (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-CTKL, Michael Rowland Simpson, Biggin Hill.

 (wallycacsabre Photo)

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BUKY, Neil Oakman and Mike Cumming, Duxford.

 (Tony Hisgett Photo)

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

 (wallycacsabre Photos)

North American Harvard Mk. IV ex-(Serial No. KF729), Reg. No. G-BJST, now painted as (Serial No. AJ841), A. Goodall, G. Fricker, B. Jones and M. Cumming, Duxford.

North American AT-16 Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-CGYM, Reflight Airworks Ltd.

North American AT-16 Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-CCOY, Classic Flying Machine Collection.

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. IIB (Serial No. 42-12392), c/n 14-639.  Built in Canada in 1943 by Noorduyn.  RCAF (Serial No. FE905).  In 1946 it was stored until joining the Royal Danish Air Force in September 1950 as (Serial No. 31-329).  Sold in 1960, it became 'LN-BNM'.  It's last flight was in 1968, and in 1972 it joined the Historic Aircraft Museum at Southend.  When the museum was auctioned off in 1983, the Harvard was bought by Paul Raymond for his Whitehall Theatre of War.  In 1985 it was purchased by the RAF Museum and was later restored at RAF Cardington.  It was initially display on loan at the Newark Air Museum, but in 1994 it moved to Hendon.  it is currently on display in the Historic Main Hangars, RAF Museum, Hendon, London.

North American Harvard Mk. IIB (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BZHL, Ronald Henry Cooper.

 (Alec Wilson Photo)

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BSBG, Anthony Paul St John.

North American Harvard Mk. IV (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-CHYN, Robert F. Warner.

North American AT-6C Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BICE, Colin Malcom, Lewis Edwards.

 (Carlos Menendez San Juan Photo)

 (Alan Wilson Photos)

North American (Canadian Car & Foundry) Harvard Mk. IV, CCF4-538, built as a T-6J, USAF (Serial No. 53-4619), Luftwaffe (Serial No. AA+050) and (Serial No. BF+050), previously painted as RCAF (Serial No. 20385), Portuguese Air Force (Serial No. 1747), Reg. No. G-BGPB, Aircraft Spares and Materials, Duxford.

 (Alan D R  Brown Photo)

North American AT-6D Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BGOR, Patrick Meyrick, Goodwood.

North American AT-16 Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-AZSC, Goodwood Road Racing Co.

 (Alec Wilson Photo)

North American AT-16 Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-AZBN, Swaygate Ltd, Duxford. 

North American T-6G Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BGHU, Christopher Edward Bellhouse.

North American T-6G Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BKRA, First Air Ltd.

North American T-6G Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-BRBC, Anthony Patrick Murphy.

North American T-6G Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. G-DDMV, Colin Dabin.