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The Invergordon Archive

Transport of a damaged Supermarine Stranraer
The Invergordon Archive
Transport of a damaged Supermarine Stranraer

A Supermarine Stranraer, seen at RAF Longman, Inverness, on a 56 MU Queen Mary after recovery from the Cromarty Firth in 1942.
Picture added on 21 November 2010 at 18:15
Wow! That’s all I can say, thanks for taking the time to post these pictures. I love old aircraft.
Added by Eddy Hawman on 31 December 2010
K7300 sank in a gale 20 November 1941 when floats collapsed. Had been with 4 OTU since 14 August 1941. The same gale sank another Stranraer K7302.
Added by Ian Whittaker on 04 February 2011
Good picture about stanraer.

have-you other pictures about k 7300 for to make a diorama at scale 1/72?
Yours sincerly
Added by Alain Deligny on 17 November 2016
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