Since being removed from the viewing terrace it has sat on a patch of grass at Gatwick Airport, you would probably not look twice at the mould-covered shell of this plane.
But while it has been left there unloved for a number of years, the Handley Page Herald G-CEXP was once at the forefront of British aviation and is now one of only four left in the world.
The aircraft will celebrate its 50th birthday on April 5 but is facing being scrapped if the UK Heritage Aviation Trust (UKHAT) can't secure £15,000 of funds to pay for it to be moved to a new site because it can no longer stay where it is.
A story with photos has been published in tonight's Get Surrey.
Unfortunately I'm not clever enough to transfer over.