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Canberra T. Mk.4 Cockpit "Crawlaround"

by Brett Green

 

English Electric Canberra T. Mk.4
Navigator's seat at the rear port side of the cockpit

 


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Introduction

 

This is an ex-RAAF E.E. Canberra T. Mk.4 at the Australian Aviation Museum located at Bankstown Airport in Sydney.

The cockpit is not totally complete, but the equipment is in original condition.

This short "crawlaround" might be of assistance to modellers building the new Aeroclub Canberra in 1/48 scale.
 

 

Canberra T. Mk.4 Cockpit "Crawlaround"

 

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Canberra T. Mk.4 instrument panel. The cockpit decor is strictly flat black.
Starboard sidewall and right side of the instrument panel. The top of the open hatch can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
The incomplete port sidewall beside the navigator's position. The blue harness can be seen over the seat. The navigator sits directly behind the pilot.
The view from the navigator's seat. Note the table directly forward of the navigator.
The starboard rear sidewall.
Starboard side jet intake.


 


Text & Images Copyright 2001 by Brett Green
Page Created 21 April, 2002
Last Updated 19 April, 2004

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