According to Wrecks and Relics, says David Lacey, G-AVXI, was at Southend awaiting the axe, which fell in November 2001. However, G-AVXJ can still be seen—as a diving attraction at Vobster Quay! It was at Exeter when the Airport donated it to an inland Diving Centre, Vobster Diving Ltd. at Radstock, Somerset. With the help from Army Royal Engineers it was laid to rest in three separate sections. The cockpit, which still has many flight controls in place, and tail section are on a 12 metre underwater plateau. The centre section is placed much deeper around 20–26 metres.