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Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, England

Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, England We stopped by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum in Cosford, England in the West Midlands. It is located only a few miles from where Lesley was working in Wolverhampton. Admission is free and the museum houses 70 aircraft and is home to War Planes, Missiles, Transport & Training and Research & Development collections. They had some great examples of airplanes used in the past hundred years. Plenty of room to run around, the kids had a blast.

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