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Explore a century of aircraft in Doncaster.

propellerplane - Explore a century of aircraft in Doncaster. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £6 (adult) Time: 1-3 hours
On the site of the former RAF Doncaster, explore military and civilian aircraft from over 100 years: from Britain's first airshow - at Doncaster Racecource in 1909 - to the present. Go along to the South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum on Airbourne Road in Doncaster and explore amongst propellors and jet engines from 10am, and chat to the museum's knowledgable volunteers.
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KNOTTINGLEY
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