Any models with links to Manston will be posted here – currently in development.
Others yet to be added
No.600 Sqn. Blenheim L8679 BQ-O of F/O Stanley P Le Rougetel and Sgt Eric Smith. Crashed 9/8/1940.
Bristol Blenheim Mk.If 1:72
The other aircraft is the X4561, squadron code QJ-B of No.92 Squadron based at Manston, Kent in December 1940 and reflects the changes to operational camouflage at the time with the underside of the port wing being painted black as a recognistion aid.
Supermarine Spitfire MkIa Starter Set 1:72
Paint Scheme – No.92 Squadron, RAF Manston, Kent, England, December 1940
Gloster Meteor F3, YQ-Q, 616 Squadron
Gloster Meteor F.3
No 616 Sqd RAuxAF, Manston, August 1944; Summer 1945; No 616 RAuxAF, Manston, July 1945
Airfix dogfight Double V1 Flying Bomb & Gloster Meteor III 1 72
Hawker Typhoon 1B – Car Door 1:24
Livery A: R7752 PR-G, Roland Beamont, 609 Squadron Manston 1943
Channel Dash Gift Set 1:72
Paint Scheme – Fairy Swordfish Mk.1, W5984/H, flown by LT-Commander Eugene Esmonde VC, DSO, Operation ‘Fuller’ (‘The Channel Dash’), No.825 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Air Force Manston, England, 12th February 1942; Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb, No.42 Squadron, Royal Airforce Gravesend, Operation ‘Fuller’ (‘The Channel Dash’), 12th February 1942.
Vickers Vimy F9157 that crashed at Manston 3/10/1921
Sopwith Triplane Roden 609 1/32
Sopwith Triplane N5382 “The Ooslumburd”, Home Defence, Manston War Flight, Kent, July 1917.
Xtradecal X72232 1/72 de Havilland Mosquito T.III B.IV, FB.VI, B.XX Model Decals
de Havilland Mosquito T.3 VT588 608 Sqn RAF Manston 1948
Xtradecal X72239 1/72 Hawker Typhoon Mk.Ib Car Door Model Decals
R7855 PR-D 609 Sqn F/O R. A. Lallemant RAF Manston
Messerschmitt Bf 109E 1/24
Release versions from 1989 to 1993
Featured markings of Hptm. Wilhelm Meyerweissflog, who force-landed at Monkton Farm near Manston, 5th September 1940
If you have details of other models that have links to Manston, please contact us.