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Whittle Laboratory... 07 Apr 2018 17:16 #1

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The Dead got memorials, The living got time.

Whittle Laboratory... 07 Apr 2018 17:37 #2

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I have been calling at the next-door site for a while now. Took these photographs yesterday 06-04-18. As I was looking-in through the locked door,windows, a chap came along and let me in. I quickly explained my interest in such things as this, and was allowed to take these photographs of their small display along a corridor. Sorry about the reflective photographs of the two brass plaques. The outside ''Fan'' on the wall is an original from a RB211 engine.
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Whittle Laboratory... 07 Apr 2018 22:09 #3

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Its at JJ Thomson Ave, Cambridge CB3 0DY

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Whittle Laboratory... 12 May 2018 16:54 #4

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Sir Frank's son, Ian, is a retired Cathay Pacific captain and can often be heard/seen flying GJOYZ out of Fairoaks.

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