Ex. KN673, G-AMSN, N3455, SU-BFZ, VR-ABG, 7O-ABG, EI-BSI, Placed on display at the 'D-Day Experience' museum in 2007 and serving as a (moving) simulator, where one can enter the aircraft and experience the Channel crossing on D-Day. Not wanting to spoil, but definitely an eye-opening experience and can't imagine how scary it must've been to be on one of these flights during the war.
Apparently carrying a fake serial, as it is actually ex. F-GEOA, 720, KN379 and 44-76420. Part of the amazing collection that this place has going on. 3 hangars full of aircraft, old cars, aircraft/airport equipment and aviation memorabilia. Space is tight though and not always suitable for a 'clean' shot, but this place is absolutely well worth a visit and probably the best 5 Euro's I spent on this trip.
'The SNAFU Special', preserved at the Merville battery (now a museum). A very rainy but fun epxerience in the end. We came across a couple of Dutch re-enactors who were doing a photoshoot at the aircraft and we were able to join them.
Delivered to the USAF as 51-3833 in 1952. Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1974. To N1027N in 1979 then to Northern Air Cargo in 1981. Withdrawn from use at Fairbanks by 2003. To Everts for parts in 2008.
Ordered for the USAF as SA-16A 52-0130. Delivered to the USCG as UF-1G 2130. Redesignated as an HU-16E in 1962. Stored at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1974. To Andrews University as N1026A in 1979 then moved to Big Spring, TX in 1990. Cancelled in 2002 and used for parts.