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XH119 Beverley C1 of 30 Squadron at Blackbushe 10th September 1959

XH119 Beverley C1 of 30 Squadron at Blackbushe 10th September 1959  - Photograph by Robin A Walker and reproduced with Permission - Beverley Album 1 © Caz Caswell 2010

Photographic Copyright Robin A Walker © 1959-2010

Picture Notes & Links
XH119 had its first flight on January 3rd 1957, then delivered to 30 Squadron 3 months later.

The Aircraft suffered a Cat 3 accident at Azaiba in Muscat when it had an engine fire whilst on a detachment from Dishforth. This resulted in extensive repairs and XH119 only returned to 30 Squadron in November 1963, by which time the Squadron was based at Eastliegh Kenya.

XH119 suffered another accident, when it went through the surface crust of an Airstrip in Abu Dhabi.

The Aircraft Returned to the UK for a complete refurbishment in December 1965 and during its extended stay at 32 Maintenance Unit, was one of a number of aircraft camouflaged.

Left Muharraq for the UK in March 1967 and declared a Non Effective Airframe (NEA) on 29th March 1967. Sold as scrap to BKL Alloys on 3rd January 1968.

For more information See: Beverley Main Album Notes:
30 Squadron     32 MU and applying Warpaint     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:
30 Squadron - MoD Site     RAF 30 Squadron - Wikipedia Entry

The Beverley Association   and   Blackburn Beverley - Wikipedia Entry

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