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Restoring an Avro Anson – 2015 Update

1 October 2015

A wonderful summary of the Anson as well as reporting on the famous recent Anson restoration — plus a bonus 🙂

Aces Flying High

In March 2013 I shared the progress of a grass-roots community based Avro Anson restoration project being completed by the Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre in Nhill, a small town in country Victoria, Australia (in the Wimmera region, not far from the towns where I grew up). This particular World War Two era, British designed Avro Anson Mk.I (serial number W2364) was a former Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) twin-engined maritime patrol, air crew training and liaison aircraft built in 1941 and operated in these various roles and then as an instructional airframe, until sold as surplus in 1953.

avro anson restoration nhill aviation heritage centre The Avro Anson restoration project in a Nhill workshop in December 2012

This was a restoration project being conducted in the home workshops of various contributors around the town (one for the airframe, one for the engines and another for the tail plane – I visited these workshops in December 2012 and February 2013 to get a first hand…

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  1. 28 February 2016 17:58

    Thanks for sharing this Joe!

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