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XB284 Beverley C1 of 47 Squadron RAF at Abingdon on 11th July 1964

XB284 Beverley C1 of 47 Squadron RAF at Abingdon on 11th July 1964 - Photograph by Robin A Walker and reproduced with Permission - Beverley Album 1 © Caz Caswell 2010

Photographic Copyright Robin A Walker © 1964-2010

Picture Notes & Links
XB284 first flight was on 7th May 1956 then issued to 47 squadron, becoming part of the shared Fleet of the Abingdon Wing in 1958.

After modifications at Blackburn's it was loaned A&AEE in November 1959, then returned to Abingdon the following February. During its tenure with the Abingdon Wing, it returned to Blackburn's several times, then eventually moved back to A&AEE in 1962 for examining the extractor parachute hang-up problem following the accident of XB289.

After modifications at Hawarden it found itself back with 47 squadron, but moved on to 84 squadron in July 1967. It was declared NEA [non effective airframe] in September 1967 an sold as scrap to Bushells in January 1969.

For more information See: Beverley Main Album Notes:
47 Squadron     Abingdon Wing     A&AEE     84 Squadron     Mass Scrapping..

For more information onThe Blackburn Beverley See: Beverley Main Album Notes:
The Blackburn B-101 Beverley

Other sites on the Web of interest:
47 Squadron - MoD Site     RAF 47 Squadron - Special Forces Flight     RAF 47 Squadron - Wikipedia Entry

RAF 84 Squadron - MoD Site     RAF 84 Squadron - Wikipedia Entry

Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) - Wikipedia

The Beverley Association   and   Blackburn Beverley - Wikipedia Entry

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