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Bristol Siddeley Nimbus engine. Pics thanks to Nigel Heath.

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Westland Wasp HAS Mk.1, XT443, C/n. F.9613. The 60th example to be built for the Royal Navy in 1966. It first flew at Yeovil on 29th March 1966 and was delivered to RNAY Fleetlands, and later to No.829 Squadron, Portland, Dorset. In 1979 it went to RNAY Wroughton, for storage and then a overhaul, which was completed 1981 and delivered to No.829 Squadron as HMS Aurora ships flight. Declared redundant in 1993 it was transferred to Westland's for storage and later donated to the Helicopter Museum, with delivery taking place in January 1995. This aircraft was returned to the main collection in November 2002 after under going a major 5 years restoration by the museum volunteers.Info from the helicopter Museum Pics mine.

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