The Helicopter Museum

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Although American helicopter history is often dominated by the success of Igor Sikorsky and the VS-300 in the 1940s
but the development of the helicopter in the US also owes a lot to other American pioneers:
Arthur Young (Bell Helicopters), Frank Piasecki (tandem rotor development),
Stanley Hiller (Hiller Helicopters) and many more

The Museum has a number of helicopters in the collection that represent these pioneers
as well as a number of development milestone aircraft from the 1950s to the present day

Bell 47H
Built: 1956 in Fort Worth, Texas

Hiller UH-12C
Built: 1958 in Palo Alto, California

Brantly B.2B
Built: 1965 in Frederick, Oklahoma

Bell UH-1H Iroquois
Built: 1967 in Hurst, Texas

Hughes OH-6A Cayuse
Built: 1968 in Culver City, California

Robinson R22HP
Built: 1981 in Torrance California

Bensen B-8M
Built: 1981 in Shrewsbury, UK

McCulloch J-2
Built: 1995 in Chandlers Ford, UK

Air & Space 18A
Built: 1966 in Muncia, Indiana

Piasecki HUP-3 Retriever
uilt: in 1954 in Morton, Pennsylvania

Bensen B-8M Gyro-Boat
Built: General Developments Co., Glasgow