The Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Dakota in RAF service) became one of the best know transports in Word War 2. Developed from the DC-2 airliner the DC-3 first flew in 1935. Over 10,000 were produced including over 500 Lisunov Li-2 (licensed Soviet version).
This gallery includes photos of the Battle of Britain flights Dakota ZA947, C-47s at Blackbushe in the 1970s and the unusual Tri motor DC-3 N23SA at Farnborough.


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