Me 163B 191614 at Cosford

In April and June 2000 I received two sets of great photographs that were kindly provided by Graham Causer, by way of David McDonald and Richard T. Eger, Me 262 historian and researcher. They show a very thorough disassembly of the Cosford Komet, apparently for a restoration. Details of this restoration (such as duration and level of restoration work) are currently lacking. Note that the phots were made on two occassions, and therefore sometimes show different states of disassembly. Anyway, Graham Causer's photographs show incredible detail, many never seen before. Enjoy!

Center fuselage

Main T-Stoff tank

Fuselage spine

Rear fuselage

Nose cone


Rocket engine



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