Robertsbridge Aviation Society
The society is a non profitmaking organisation whose aim it is to cater for as many
activities and interests of the aviation enthusiast as possible.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in aviation whether civil or military
, past or present, no matter how serious or casual those interests are.
If you are interested in joining our society or require further details
please ring P. Baldock (01323)-483845
Robertsbridge Aviation Museum was founded in 1973, and includes exhibits
covering civil and military aviation past and present.
Many of the items on display are of local origin, and come from the sea,
(often trawled up by fishermen), digs (always under the strict adherence
to guidelines and avoiding sensitive sites), and objects donated by the public.
A number cockpit sections are in the collection, including English Electric
Lightning F3(XP701), Meteor T7(WA630) and Tiger Moth(G-AIVW). There are a
large number of aircraft engines in the collection, including Merlin, Jumo,
Conway, Derwent and many others, a total of 28.
On a smaller scale, there are uniforms, maps, photographs, documents radios
and many components from a great many aircraft and associated items.
The Museum also has a great number, over 5000 original photographs of many