National Museum of Scotland 2016 :: Shared Description

The museum reopened in July after a major refurbishment. Part of that involved the Science and Technology Galleries, with balconies on three floors overlooking a central space, now occupied by historic aircraft from the Museum of Flight's collection at East Fortune. From the highest [and oldest] are Pilcher's Hawk [1897]; Slingsby T-12 Gull glider [G-ALPA, 1939-40]; De Havilland Tiger Moth G-AEOL [1930s], originally RAF N9510 until it became a civil aircraft in 1955; Beagle Auster A.61 Terrier [G-ARSL, 1960s]; and a Piper PA-38 Tomahawk [G-BGXB, 1979].
by M J Richardson
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NT2573 : Aircraft at the National Museum of Scotland by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Science and Technology Gallery by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Aircraft on approach by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Portrait of Dolly by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Piper PA-38 Tomahawk G-BGXB by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Dolly at the National Museum Scotland by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Pilcher's Hawk - a 19thC hang glider by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Museums are so interesting.... by M J Richardson

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Created: Wed, 27 Jul 2016, Updated: Fri, 29 Jul 2016

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