Wrecks and Relics - 22nd Edition, by Ken Ellis
Published by Crecy in 2010, 320 pages. Hardback (N6736)
Brand New Book
From the rear side cover: If you have an interest in the aviation history and heritage of the British Isles, then there is one book you must have - Wrecks & Relics. Want suggestions of aviation museums to visit? Need to know about the aviation heritage of Yorkshire? Would you like to see an airworthy Spitfire? Are there any Boeing 727s in the UK? Wrecks & Relics can answer all these questions and many more.
Covering more than 750 locations, Wrecks and Relics has an enviable reputation as a comprehensive touring guide: providing details of visitor attractions large and small, including major exhibits, locations, opening times, contact points and web-sites. 700 aircraft types and over 5,000 individual aeroplanes are detailed, including potted histories, helpful comments and over 190 colour illustrations. 'Warbirds', classic and vintage types, out-of-service 'propliners' and jets, modern military types, restoration projects, replicas, derelicts and 'long forgotten' airframes are all here. Now it its 22nd edition, Wrecks & Relics is a trusted reference source on the UK and Ireland's aviation heritage and is highly regarded by museum curators, restorers, operators and enthusiasts alike.