A Fairey Aviation "Gannet" can be seen near the former RAF Davidstow (UK). A total of 348 copies of the carrier-based, optimized for submarine hunting combat aircraft with turboprop drive were built in series between 1953 and 1959. Great Britain flew them until the mid-1970s, while Australia and Indonesia used Gannets until the 1980s.
Interesting post, Willi. I didn't realise until recently that West Germany also operated the Gannet AS4 in the late 50's - early 60's. There are a number on display in museums in Germany. Wiki mentions 3 of them; at Hermeskeil, Nordholz and Speyer. I saw one also at Berlin Gatow museum a number of years ago, but it seems to be missing from the present imagery.
Fairey Gannet at Gatow, courtesy Wiki
Image from Wiki, although they don't mention this aircraft in their list of display aircraft!