David Thompson recently visited the City of Norwich Aviation Museum and sent us these pictures of the civil airliner collection there.
The museum is situated alongside Norwich Airport and maintains a link with this and the history of aviation in the city and East Anglia region.
The visit was in glorious weather, meaning the aircraft looked spectacular in these photos.
As you can tell, AirUK – the former regional airline which was swallowed up by KLM – once had a large presence at Norwich, and three of its former aircraft are preserved here, including a rare Handley Page Herald.
As well as the civil aircraft, there are also various military aircraft on display, including a Nimrod and Avro Vulcan.
The museum also has a shop, cafe and views towards Norwich Airport.
Find out more here:
City of Norwich Aviation Museum
Old Norwich Road
Horsham St. Faith