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Wrecks & Relics

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For 25 editions "Wrecks & Relics" has been a faithful companion to thousands of enthusiasts seeking an authoritative guide to the incredible aviation heritage of the British Isles. First appearing in 1961, "Wrecks & Relics" quickly established itself as the reference work on the subject, providing all that is needed to discover the aeronautical treasures of Britain. A comprehensive touring guide, "Wrecks & Relics" details museums, warbirds, military and civil relics and highlights the changes and trends of this fascinating pursuit. Completely revised, the 25th edition details a vast array of aircraft including their build and retirement dates with potted service histories. Covering more than 750 locations, "Wrecks & Relics" is indispensable: giving the inside story on attractions large and small, including exhibits, locations, contact points and much more. Over 700 types and over 5,000 aircraft are detailed and supported by over 190 color illustrations. Warbirds, classic and vintage, out-of-service propliners and jets, modern military hardware, restoration projects, replicas, derelicts and 'long forgotten' oddities are all here. "Wrecks & Relics" is the trusted companion to curators, restorers, operators and enthusiasts alike.

Product code: 9781910809037

ISBN 9781910809037
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW156xS25
No. Of Pages 368
Publisher Crecy Publishing
Edition 25th Revised edition
For 25 editions Wrecks & Relics has been a faithful companion to thousands of enthusiasts, seeking an authoritative guide to the incredible aviation heritage of the British Isles. First appearing in 1961, Wrecks & Relics quickly established itself as the reference work on the subject.