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The Colonial Flying Corps Museum

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Visit the museum and see aviation history



DeHavilland Tiger Moth

DeHavilland DH 82A Tiger Moth Biplane

This Tiger Moth belongs to the Colonial Flying Corps Museum, Inc. N4808 has a distinguished history. It was built in 1941 by the DeHavilland Aeroplane Works in Hatfield, England, and shipped to Canada where it was used to train British Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force pilots. The Colonial Flying Corps Museum obtained the airplane in the early 1970s and began a complete restoration, which was completed in 1978. This airplane has been seen at many air shows around the country, including of course, the annual Museum benefit air show at New Garden Airport (this year on June 13).

The Tiger Moth is a two-seat, open-cockpit trainer. It is built with a steel-tube fuselage and wooden wings, all covered with fabric. The engine is a 4-cylinder, air-cooled, inverted in-line Gyspy Major Mark II which produces 125 hp.

Normal crusing speed is 90 mph; maximum diving speed is 160 mph; landing speed is 35 mph.

(The Museum is open by appointment only -- call 610-268-2048 for details)

Colonial Flying Corps Museum's 32nd Annual Benefit Air Show

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NGA 2003 poster                                             (Click for more info)

Sunday, June 1, 2003

Our 2002 Air Show Poster Below

Colonial Flying Corps Museum's 31st Annual Benefit Air Show

New Garden Airshow 2002 Poster
NGA 2002 poster                                             (Click for more info)


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FUEL -- New Garden 100LL aviation fuel, available 24-hours a day

MAINTENANCE SHOP -- From an oil change to an engine change, New Garden has the facilities and experience to handle your single-engine or light twin maintenance

ENSTROM HELICOPTER -- Authorized Sales and Service

ROGER LEHNERT -- One of the finest Piper J-3 Cub airshow pilots in the air today calls N57 home.

MATT CHAPMAN AEROBATICS -- Top-ranking aerobatic pilot on the U.S. National team is based at New Garden

COLONIAL FLYING CORPS MUSEUM -- On the field

AIR SHOW


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P.O. Box 481
Toughkenamon, PA 19374
Tel: 610-268-2048
Fax: 610-268-0342
e-mail: everitt@n57.com
May 5, 2009