Travis AFB Heritage Centre

Travis AFB Heritage Centre

Postby Donkey on Sat 05 Dec 2015, 8:12 pm

I visited the Travis AFB Heritage Centre this summer. It's located in the middle of the base so if you want to visit (and you're not a US citizen) you need to contact the centre a few weeks in advance and provide your passport details for security checking. It definitely worth a stop if your nearby (it was right on our route from Lake Tahoe to Napa). It's got a great selection of US transport aircraft as well as some 50/60's jets and inside an extensive collection of Jet engines.

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Re: Travis AFB Heritage Centre

Postby ciaranchef on Sun 28 Feb 2016, 12:27 pm

Fantastic set, Ciaran
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Re: Travis AFB Heritage Centre

Postby F-32 on Thu 03 Mar 2016, 12:46 pm

Great shots, I went there in 2013 during the government shut down which meant there wasn't anyone who could show me around - so they just gave me a base pass and sent me in!!!
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