De Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre, Hertfordshire

Incorporating the Mosquito Aircraft Museum, it is now called the De Havilland Aircraft Museum, and commonly referred to as Salisbury Hall. My visit was in September 2000.

The airliner in the background of some of the the outdoor photos is Comet 1A F-BGNX. Initially used by Air France, after the Comet crashes of 1954 it was returned to Farnborough. Though registered G-AOJT, it never flew again.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Cierva C-24 G-ABLM Autogiro built by De Havilland, with the cabin based on the Puss Moth.
De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth G-ANRX "Border City"
De Havilland DH98 Mosquito W4050 The prototype "Wooden Wonder", designed and built at Salisbury Hall.
De Havilland DH100 Vampire FB6 J-1008 Built at Hatfield, served with the Swiss Air Force from 1949 to 1974.
De Havilland DH104 Dove 6 D-IFSB German flight calibration aircraft
De Havilland DH110 Sea Vixen FAW2 XJ565 E-127  
De Havilland DH114 Heron 2D G-AOTI Top Flight livery. Previously operated by BEA and Rolls Royce.
De Havilland DH121 Trident 2 G-AVFH The forward cabin and cockpit - the rest was scrapped at Heathrow in 1982.
De Havilland DH125 srs 1 G-ARYC First production aircraft, used by Bristol Siddeley and Rolls Royce as a demonstrator, transport and engine testbed.