to download a zip file of the full set (36) of Knut's photos.
The photos were taken at the Royal Army and Military History Museum
(Musée Royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire Militaire /
Koninklijk Museum van het Leger en de Krijgsgeschiedenis)
in Brussels , Belgium.
This subject is 3141/18 which is being restored in Brussels.
For more photos, see
Philippe Spreisterbach's webpage on the subject (Link to his web-site
can be found on the
It can be interesting to compare this aircraft with the airworthy machine
at Shuttleworth. A third LVG C.VI survivor was found in Belgium some time
ago and went to the Musée de L`Air in Paris.
The photos show various parts of the LVG, notably the machinegun ring, cockpit
Wing centre-section assembly, undercarriage assembly, exhaust stack, etc.
Note the Taube engine in some of the photos.
Like the Soesterburg museum in NL, this is another museum that lets you get
close to the airplanes without much trouble.