There must be an instruction book somewhere
Britannia Charlie Foxtrot
The airliner sits in bits, like a giant Airfix kit, with just a massive tube of glue missing, on the apron of the old Speke Airport, a few hundred yards from the hangar which was once its home (now the David Lloyd Racquet and Fitness Club).
Charlie Foxtrot is a Bristol Type 175 Britannia Aircraft, registration letters G-ANCF, one of only four in existence. This has been in this dis-assembled state for about twenty years and it is hoped that it can be re-assembled by the end of 2008. Work is being carried out by members of the Jetstream Club and their supporters.
The picture of the old control tower yesterday was framed through one of the windows above the wing root.
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