In this blog post we re-visit the moment the Dornier 17 was raised from the seabed of Goodwin Sands in Kent.
This post looks at the Seatech diving team on board the GPS Apollo as they work to recover the Dornier 17 from Goodwin Sands.
In April 2013 the team from Seatech visited Cosford to test out the framework being used to recover the Dornier 17 from Goodwin Sands...
By now you will have seen in the media and on tv that work is underway to recover the Dornier aircraft from the seabed.
The Michael Beetham Conservation Centre has won the ‘Employer of the Year’ award at the City of Wolverhampton College’s awards evening.
An aircraft on display in the museum grounds has recently received a new surface finish.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of the Apprentices programme to include the RAF Museum at London.