Lockheed Shed

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This is a piece of a WOII Lockheed Hudson fuselage. The part is obtained by the RNZAF Museum Ohakea somewhere in the 90ies from a farmer who turned it into a shed. The aluminium of the plane has oxidated but seems in good condition. On the left a curve is visible: here the left-wing was placed.

On the 13th of May 2007 the RNZAF museum closed it gates. Until than the fuselage was not restored, but at the back the former shed-wall was removed. This wall kept the fuselage toghether. The fuselage bended and there are now some dents visible http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f224/DaveHomewood/Ohakea%20Museum/_DSC0777a.jpg and http://www.flickr.com/photos/38049473@N00/320367918/

Farmer shed (until 1998), Museum piece (until 2007), current ?

Lockheed A-28 (A-29) Hudson GRIII (1944-’45)

Ohakea, New Zealand

Picture made by Philip Treweek, http://www.kiwiaircraftimages.com , placed with kind permission.

Check also the Jet Shed: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=747-Jet-Shed

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