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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG329
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Cranwell (EGYD)
UK   Oct 16, 1970
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REG: XG329
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David Lawrence Collection    
(Seniority Date: Oct 22 2011)
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG329
Cranwell (EGYD)
UK   Oct 16, 1970
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XG329
 
 
 
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG327
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REG: XG327
MSN: (95016)
PHOTOGRAPHER
David Lawrence Collection    
(Seniority Date: Oct 22 2011)
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG327
Cranfield (EGTC)
UK   Nov 1971
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XG327(95016)
 
 
 
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XM147
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REG: XM147
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David Lawrence Collection    
(Seniority Date: Oct 22 2011)
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XM147
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XM147
 
 
 
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XM189
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REG: XM189
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David Lawrence Collection    
(Seniority Date: Oct 22 2011)
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XM189
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XM189
 
 
 
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG329
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REG: XG329
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Joop de Groot    
(Seniority Date: May 7 2007)
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XG329 is an interim version of the Lightning. Although being a F1 it has the stubbed tail of the F3/F6 version. Now preserved in the Flixton museum.
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Photo: Royal Air Force, English Electric Lightning, XG329
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UK   Jul 9, 1995
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XG329 XG329 is an interim version of the Lightning. Although being a F1 it has the stubbed tail of the F3/F6 version. Now preserved in the Flixton museum.
Joop de Groot    (Seniority Date: May 7 2007)
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