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Museum Of Flight - Military Hangar
Scotland

Scotland's Museum Of Flight is part of the National Museums Scotland Group and is situated near the village of East Fortune in East Lothian, Scotland.

The museum is housed on the old World War 2 airfield of RAF East Fortune. All buildings on the site are of genuine WW2 vintage and no permanent "modern" constructions have been added. The airfield control tower, hangars and other RAF buildings are designated Category B Listed Buildings by Historic Scotland.

The military hangar contains such aircraft as the Hawker Harrier, MIG-15, Gloster Meteor, Messerschmitt Comet, McDonnel-Douglas Phantom, Supermarine Spitfire, BAC Lightning, Hawker Seahawk, BAC Jaguar and Hawker-Siddley Buccaneer.

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