Mosquito Survivor Locations
 
United Kingdom

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TT.35 TA719 Imperial War Museum, Duxford  
Prototype W4050 De Havilland Aircraft Museum  
FB.VI TA122 De Havilland Aircraft Museum Being rebuilt using the wing of TR.33 TW233 acquired in Israel
TT.35 TA634 De Havilland Aircraft Museum G-AWJV ?
TT.35 TJ118 De Havilland Aircraft Museum Originally thought to be nose only, the rear fuselage has recently been acquired. I have been informed that this nose section is in very poor condition, in effect nothing more than a collection of parts.
TT.35 TJ138 Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon Now in the 'Milestones of Flight' exhibition.
TT.35 TA639 Royal air Force Museum, Cosford  
NF.II HJ711 Yorkshire Air Museum Under restoration. Using the nose section of HJ711, the rear fuselage of TT.35 RS715 from Elstree, the centre section of Mk XVI PF498 from Leyland and the outer wings of T.3 VA878 from St. Davids !
 
Canada

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B.35 TA661/CF-HMR Windsor, Ontario Although not strictly a survivor (the aircraft crashed and burned after a an aerial survey flight on July 10th, 1956), the remains were recovered in June 1996 and a rebuild has started. More information about the project can be read here.
B.35 RS700/CF-HMS Bomber Command Museum of Canada, Nanton, AB. Under restoration by The Calgary Mosquito Society to ground running status.
B.35 VP189/CF-HMQ Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton Municipal Airport Second restoration to solid-nosed 'FB.VI' configuration completed in 1995.
Finished as HR147/TH-Z of 418 Squadron, RCAF (Robert Stitt).
B.35 VR796/CF-HML Vancouver International Airport

This aircraft has now been sold! VR796 will stay in Canada and her new owner, Bob Jens, intends to return her to the air!

In November 2008, Bon Jens placed a contract with Victoria Air Maintenance Ltd to have CF-HML flying by the end of March 2010.

CF-HML is currently under restoration to airworthiness by Victoria Air Maintenance Ltd at Victoria International Airport.

B.XX KB336 National Aeronautical Collection, Rockliffe  
 
United States of America

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FB.26 KA114

Home: Fighter Factory, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23457.

Restoration location: Avspecs, Auckland, New Zealand

Owned by Jerry Yagen's Fighter Factory. Recently completed restoration to airworthy status by Avspecs in New Zealand. New build fuselage constructed by Glyn Powell.

Previously, owned and stored by Ed and Rose Zalesky in Surrey, Canada, very poor condition, really only a collection of parts (source Robert Stitt).

T.III TV959 Restoration location: Avspecs, Auckland, New Zealand TV959 is owned by The Flying Heritage Collection
B.35 RS709 National Museum of The United States Air Force, Dayton This aircraft has been restored to a PR.XVI configuration and has been painted to represent a weather reconnaissance aircraft of the 653rd Bomb Squadron, 25th Bomb Group, based in England in 1944-45, complete with serial number NS519.
TT.35 RS712 EAA Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin Owned by Kermit Weeks, Fantasy of Flight.
FB.VI PZ474/NZ2384 California Sold in 1953, flown from New Zealand to California where it was damaged in a landing accident. The aircraft was subsequently registered as N9909F and eventually de-registered in 1970, the aircraft became derelict, but some components are with Jim Merizan. In the 1980's, Jim Merizan traded ownership of PZ474 to the Swedish Air Force Museum.
NF.XIX MM625 California Currently with Jim Merizan, owned by the Swedish Air Force Museum
B.35 TH998 Silver Hill, Maryland Stored for the National Air and Space Museum just south of Washington
FB.VI RF670/N9868F
Note: this aircraft may actually be PF670/N9868F
Unknown! Precise current location of this Mosquito is unknown. Information circa 1988 states that the remains of N9868F reside with the Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX, however information from the CAF says otherwise!. If anyone knows its definite location and registration, please contact me!
B.35 TA717/XB-TOX   The remains of TA717 were sold by Mike Meeker to Jim Merizan in California in the mid-1980s when the project to restore HML folded. Jim Merizan subsequently sold the remains to Jim Dearborn around the start of 1999.
PR.34a RG300   Sold by Jim merizan to Jim Dearborn around the start of 1999.
 
Australia

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Location

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FB.VI HR621 Camden Museum of Aviation, Narellan Owned by Harold Thomas
PR.XVI NS631/A52-600 RAAF Museum, Point Cook Under active restoration. The Mosquito Aircraft Association of Australia has its own web site which details the restoratin of A52-600 at www.aussiemossie.asn.au.
PR.41 A52-319 Australian War Memorial Museum, Canberra. Owned by the Australian War Memorial Museum, Canberra.  Modified from a PR.40 (A52-210) during construction. This aircraft was rolled out at the end of 1996.
 
New Zealand

Type

Registration

Location

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FB.VI HR339/NZ2382   Held by the Ferrymead Aeronautical Society. The fuselage of HR339 did not survive intact, little remains forward of the wings.
FB.VI TE910/NZ2336 Mapua Held by John Smith.
T.43 A52-1053/NZ2305 Museum of Transport and Technology, Western Springs, Auckland Originally laid down as an FB.40
FB.VI TE863/NZ2355 RNZAF Museum Parts only.
FB.VI RF597/NZ2383 RNZAF Museum Parts only.
T.43 A52-1054/NZ2308 Auckland. Further information can be found on the Mosquito Aircraft Restoration site. Undergoing a radical rebuild by Glyn Powell using new fuselage halves incorporating metal parts from the original NZ2308. An article (on the NZFPM site courtesy of NZ Wings) is located here.
FB.VI TE758/NZ2328   Held by the Ferrymead Aeronautical Society. The fuselage is essentially intact.
 
Norway

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T.III TW117 National Museum of Aviation, Bodo, Norway Obtained in an exchange with the RAF Museum in England, the aircraft has been modified to represent an FB.VI of B-flight 333 squadron during W.W.II. 
 
Belgium

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NF.30 RK952 Royal Army and Military History Museum, Brussels  
 
South Africa

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PR.IX LR480 South African Museum of Military History, Saxonwold  
 
China

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Unknown Unknown Beijing Military Aircraft Museum (Dan Tan Shan) There is some confusion about whether this aircraft qualifies as a survivor or not - does anyone have further details of the aircraft that they could send me?
 
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