Links to Interesting Military Sites
These are interesting links to general Military pages on the internet. However, we also link to museum pages where available and provide links to clubs and shops on a reciprocal basis.
We offer the Museum to the public for free. We build ships and sell ships for other Museums right here. We have over 30 years experience.Our model makers have commissioned ships for the Presidents of the USA.And the dept. of Interior.We custom build for individuals and business and we build in multiple Scales.We also teach elderly and under privledged kids and our main focus is on historical education.
A small collection of Aircraft and Artifacts from the Aviation Past of Lincolnshire
Bournemouth Aviation Museum, "Guardians of aviation heritage". Dedicated to preserving and presenting to the public at large, operational examples of aviation history.
History of flight with more than 60 aircraft from the early 1900′s through the lunar lander...all built on Long Island. The museum also boasts a motion "X-Ride" where you fly with the Blue Angles, and an IMax theater.
Croydon Airport Visitor Centre is situated in the former terminal building of Croydon Airport, London's first major Airport from 1920 - 1959. It is open to the public on the first Sunday of each month throughout the year from 11 a.m to 4 p.m. (last entry 3.30 p.m.) Entry is free but donations are welcome. Special conducted tours for groups of visitors (minimum of 6) can be arranged at other times for a small charge per person.
Over 100 years of mainly British toys with many visitor operated exhibits including Hornby trains, Scalextric, Meccano, Lego, a 1950ís helicopter and even working card models.
The largest collection of RAF Hornchurch Battle of Britain memorabilia and artefacts on display in the country.Housed within the Purfleet Heritage Centre,the last Royal Gunpowder Magazine of its type left in the country. Display's also Army,Navy and other military items as well as local history. Open every Sunday 10.00-4.30 pm
Most important collection of Battle of Britain artifacts on show in the country including aircraft, vehicles, weapons, flying equipment and prints. Relics from over 600 crashed aircraft.
Located just south of US Highway 93 and Montana 35 junction in Polson, Montana is the Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village where over 112,000 antique artifacts are displayed. They include Indian artifacts, dozens of vintage cars, cycles and boats, guns, homestead items, 3 steam engines, tractors, military memorabilia and tools of craftsmen from fiddle makers to blacksmiths. The 26 building Pioneer Village includes the State Fiddler Hall of Fame, a complete one-room school house, sod-roofed log cabin, saddlery, smithy, carpentry shop, general store, tailoring shop, and jail. You can sit in Huey or "Mash" helicopters and operate the controls, or climb a stairway and look in the cockpit of a 1971 jet bomber or T-33 trainer plane. Occasional train rides available and ice cream bars can be bought at the 1926 soda fountain. We are open year around. Entrance fee are reasonable: under 3-free, age 3-12 $1, age over 12-$4, discounts for seniors and AAA members
An Interesting and Colorfull Museum about history of armoured cars. In this museum collected brevity information about innovatory ideas, projects and decisions of development of armoured cars.
An on-line armored vehicle showcase that also features related documents from the captured German war records collection at the U.S. National Archives.
The Centre is housed in the Royal Gunpoder Magazine No 5. Built in 1760 to hold over 10,000 barrels of gunpowder. It is the largest magazine of its type and is the sole surviver of 5. It is also a scheduled ancient monument grade I. Our collection boasts the largest collection of RAF Hornchurch memoriabilia on display in the country. You will also be able to cast your eyes on Naval and Army artefacts. The history of Purfleet is very well represented including the storage of gunpowder. We are situated the edge of the River Thames with outstanding views up and down the river.
′People, Planes, Experiences′ At the Air Force Museum experience first hand the nostalgia of New Zealand's military service men and women, through the diverse selection of artefacts, letters, newspapers, twenty eight ex aircraft are on display as well as personalised tours by ex air force personnel, where can you get a more authentic experience?
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