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Old 10-22-2000, 03:35 PM
Jaap Woortman Jaap Woortman is offline
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The Flying Museum Seppe is located at Seppe Airfield at Bosschenhoofd, along the mainroad A58 from Roosendaal - Breda in the Netherlands. They claim to have the whole aircraft history from Wright Flyer till the Messerschmitt from Tiger Moth till Spitfire. The Messerschmitt is a non-flying Bf 109.
Open at Wednesday from 13.00 - 17.00 hrs.
At Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 - 17.00 hrs.
The webpage of the museum is at http://www.museum.tmfweb/nl/

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is the body of the Bf 109G-5 WNr.15343 and is a part of a restoration project. The plane, the "schwarze 11" from II./JG 3, based at Schiphol, made it's crash at December 4th, 1943, in South-Holland. The plane was shot down by P-47s from 487 FS. The pilot Kurt Sordorf bailed out with his parachute and made a safe landing.

Jaap

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