Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

These photos were taken by Steve Bamford, Randy Clay and Steve Hubbard. 

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These 3 photos were taken by Randy Clay at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.  This Ju-87 Stuka is suspended from the ceiling at an angle to demonstrate the correct dive angle that the Stuka pilots would use when "dive bombing". 

     

These 7 photos of a JU-87D were all taken by Steve Hubbard at the RAF Museum, London, England.

Port wingtip light. Port side of engine cowl. Starboard side of engine cowl. Starboard main landing gear.

 

Starboard wing tip light. Starboard side of tail assembly. Front view of propeller.

 


These 30 photos of a JU-87D were all taken by Steve Bamford at the RAF Museum, London, England.

Top side view of Ju-87D from front starboard side. Starboard side of engine cowling. View of canopy from starboard rear. Starboard wing root area.

 

Starboard side of tail. Canopy as seen from starboard side. View of brace on underside of starboard horizontal stabilizer. Starboard side of wing root and engine cowl.

 

Underside view of centreline bomb mount and landing gear. View of underside of port wing root area. Topside view of starboard wing. Port wing landing light.

 

Area behind centreline bomb as seen from the starboard side. Underwing detail of port wing. Detail view of outer tip of starboard horizontal stabilizer. Underside view of starboard horizontal stabilizer control surface detail.

 

Portside view of centreline bomb mount and port side main landing gear. Portside view of fuselage and tail area. Portside of engine cowling showing tank painted on side.  the tank might possibly indicate the role of this aircraft as I believe  this was an antitank Ju-87 Good view of centreline bomb mount.

 

Underside view of Starboard wing from the front. Tail wheel as seen from the starboard side. Linkage on underside of starboard horizontal stabilizer control surface. Underwing detail of starboard wing.

 

View of centreline bomb mount from starboard side. Engine cowl detail near spinner on starboard side. Canopy from front starboard view. Engine radiator.

 

Port side of engine cowl and canopy area. Underside of port wing from the front.