JW is close enough, plane #51 is a French made Robin DR500.

Another sharp looking plane is #52

took a bit of research (not much into gliders, let alone motorgliders), but I found it.
D-MNEZ is a Sky Arrow 450TG, registered in the German registry in 2001.
Construction #58.

Plane #51 is sure sweet looking thing!

Jwentings plane #53 could propably fly with its exhaust pipe alone. Looks a lot like a Tucano.

Plane #54 was a popular jet trainer in the 1950s.

Jwentings plane #53 is a Pilatus PC-21 trainer (five bladed turboprop).

correct.
#54 is a German T-33.
Bit faded, still looking good.

JW is correct with the Lockheed T33.

Plane #55 is a 1950s long range U Boat Hunter ...
(of interest are the folding wings and the dual prop)

good catch. Thought it was an Alize at first, but there were too many things wrong with it.

good catch. Thought it was an Alize at first, but there were too many things wrong with it.

The plane looks like something out of comic strip. :)

Plane 55 is a Fairey Gannet?

You are correct of course.

Plane #56 is a sporty looking design ...

SIAI Marchetti SF.260, looks like former Belgian Air Force.

#57 is a relativley easy one, so full name please.

My guess, plane #57 is German made carbon fibre trainer plane called the Grob G 115E Tutor.

My guess, plane #57 is German made carbon fibre trainer plane called the Grob G 115E Tutor.

And your guess would be correct!

And another one. Not as rare as the last few I came up with, but rather regionally challenged so to speak.

Thanks uniquestar, now my contribution plane #58

Even though I have no idea but plane 58 looks like a cool plane.

hey, you're 58 is actually 59!

It's not even a B-58, it's a B-1B Lancer.

I think it is simpler to renumber jwentings plane as #59, since he didn't use number originally.

Yes, plane #58 is a B-1B Lancer.

Does plane #59 have fixed landing gear?

fixed gear, on a Mach 2 jet fighter?
Not even the guys who designed that one are that stupid :)