Canadian Allied Forces museum, has moved to Grootegast in the Northern province of Groningen, and has been renamed Victory Museum. Located together with a museum about printing and about Lego. The Avro Anson is not easy to photograph.
A Dutch Marine Luchtvaart Dienst (MLD) P-3C Orion visited Volkel air base. The aircraft was furnished like it was delivered to the MLD in January 1984. The aircraft was sold to the German Navy in June 2006, and became serial 60+06.
After its service life Neptune 210 was transferred to the KLM technical school. It was transported by vessel from Valkenburg to Schiphol. Here it is lifted on board of the barge near the Haagsche Schouw bridge in Leiden not far from Valkenburg. The KLM logo is already on the nose of the aircraft.
Taken on charge by the Royal Netherlands Navy as a P2V-7B on 8 Sep 1961, redesignated to P-2H in Sep 1962, and converted to SP-2H circa 1963. Struck off charge 13 Nov 1981 and transferred to the Militaire Luchtvaart Museum a week later.
This Seabat was taken on charge by the Royal Netherlands Navy on 26 Jun 1963. It was withdrawn from use 28 Jun 1972 and became an instructional airframe in Aug 1973. Later transferred to the Militaire Luchtvaart Museum.