|Location||Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom|
The North East Land, Sea and Air Museums (NELSAM), formerly the North East Aircraft Museum, is a volunteer-run aviation museum situated on the site of the former RAF Usworth/Sunderland Airport, between Washington and Sunderland, England. The museum has the largest aviation collection between Yorkshire and Scotland and houses over 30 aircraft and a wide collection of aero engines. The museum also has a small collection of other items such as weaponry, vehicles and other historical exhibits.
The museum used the old Sunderland Airport control tower for storage and administrative use that was burnt in an arsonist attack in September 1996. On 23 January 1997, arsonist destroyed the museum's Vickers Valetta C2 (VX577), which was one of three Valettas in existence. Restoration over the past two decades, had been completed the previous summer.
The museum's collection includes:
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