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*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection

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Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: HMS Hermes (R12)

HMS Hermes (R12)

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Entries for the model aircraft competition arrive

Entries for the model aircraft competition arrive at the Fifty Years of Flying exhibition at Hendon. 19 July 1951

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: USS Intrepid (CV-11) c April 1960

USS Intrepid (CV-11) c April 1960
USS Intrepid (CV-11) c.April 1960. Date: 1960

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Messerschmitt Bf110, U8+HL of 2 / ZG 76

Messerschmitt Bf110, U8+HL of 2 / ZG 76
Messerschmitt Bf110, U8+HL of 2./ZG 76, shot down at Cobham Farm, Lenham, Kent, on 20 September 1940

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 of German Ace Franz von Werra

Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 of German Ace Franz von Werra, adjutant of II Gruppe JG3, forced down at Marden, Kent, on 5 September 1940

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The third prototype Fairey Gannet AS1, WE488

The third prototype Fairey Gannet AS1, WE488

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Helicopter design by Leonardo Da Vinci

Helicopter design by Leonardo Da Vinci

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Gold Cup to be awarded to the winner of the speed race

Gold Cup to be awarded to the winner of the speed race of the MacRobertson Air Race from RAF Mildenhall to Melbourne in 1934

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869

Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869, and Handley Page Victor BMk1, XA931

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The first Scottish Aviation Pioneer, VL515, was re-engin?

The first Scottish Aviation Pioneer, VL515, was re-engin?
The first Scottish Aviation Pioneer, VL515, was re-engined with a 520hp Alvis Leonides radial to become the first Pioneer II, G-AKBF

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Hawker Siddeley Harrier T2, XW270

Hawker Siddeley Harrier T2, XW270

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Westland Welkin I, DX318

Westland Welkin I, DX318

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Von Baumhauer Helicopter of 1925

Von Baumhauer Helicopter of 1925. Date: 1925

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Short S23 Empire flying boat, AX659, after conversion

Short S23 Empire flying boat, AX659, after conversion to military use, taxying on Belfast Lough in April 1941. This aircraft was formerly G-AETY, Clio

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Prior to Coltishalls At Home day

Prior to Coltishalls At Home day on the 20th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, September 1960. Six generations of RAF fighters line up together

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Hawker Demon, K5737

Hawker Demon, K5737

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The start of the England to Australia flight

The start of the England to Australia flight from Hounslow Aerodrome, London, 12 November 1919. In flying clothing (from left) Ross Smith, Keith Smith, Sergeant J.M. (Jim) Bennett and Sergeant W.M

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Jeffrey Quill in the cockpit of the Blriot XI of the Sh?

Jeffrey Quill in the cockpit of the Blriot XI of the Sh?
Jeffrey Quill in the cockpit of the Blriot XI of the Shuttleworth Collection at the 1949 Royal Aeronautical Society Garden Party at White Waltham Aerodrome on 8 May

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Scottish Aviation Pioneer CC1, XE512

Scottish Aviation Pioneer CC1, XE512

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Napier Sabre VII installation on Hawker Fury, LA610

Napier Sabre VII installation on Hawker Fury, LA610

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Captain Frederick Gustavus Burnaby, 1842-1885, balloonist

Captain Frederick Gustavus Burnaby, 1842-1885, balloonist
WARREN DE LA RUE English astronomer and inventor in 1882 Date: 1815 - 1889

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Aberlour Orphanage, Charlestown of Aberlour, Morayshire

Aberlour Orphanage, Charlestown of Aberlour, Morayshire
A view of the Aberlour Orphanage and chapel, Charlestown of Aberlour, Morayshire. It was one of Scotlands largest childrens homes. Date: circa 1907

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powells Quadruplane
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham

Major Baden Fletcher Smyth Baden-Powell at Dagenham
In 1909 the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain (which was to evolve into the Royal Aeronautical Society) owned an experimental flying ground at Dagenham

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The whirling table on propeller test at the shed at Bald?

The whirling table on propeller test at the shed at Bald?
The whirling table on propeller test at the shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim constructed his steam-driven aeroplane, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Wreck of Sir Hiram Maxim?s steam-driven aeroplane. Note ?

Wreck of Sir Hiram Maxim?s steam-driven aeroplane. Note ?
Wreck of Sir Hiram Maxim?s steam-driven aeroplane. Note the bent axle which was damaged by excessive upward pressure on the antilift rails used to prevent the aeroplane leaving the ground

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Sir Hiram Maxim steam-driven aeroplane in the course of ?

Sir Hiram Maxim steam-driven aeroplane in the course of ?
Sir Hiram Maxim steam-driven aeroplane in the course of construction at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Sir Hiram Maxim operating the valve of the steam engine ?

Sir Hiram Maxim operating the valve of the steam engine ?
Sir Hiram Maxim operating the valve of the steam engine during a propeller test at the shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim constructed his steam-driven aeroplane, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim ?

The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim ?
The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim constructed his steam-driven aeroplane, 1889

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The steam engine for driving the whirling table in the s?

The steam engine for driving the whirling table in the s?
The steam engine for driving the whirling table in the shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim constructed his steam-driven aeroplane, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Sir Hiram Maxim?s workshop at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, 1890

Sir Hiram Maxim?s workshop at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Sir Hiram Maxim?s workshop at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, wher?

Sir Hiram Maxim?s workshop at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, wher?
Sir Hiram Maxim?s workshop at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where he built his captive aeroplane, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim ?

The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim ?
The shed at Baldwyn?s Park, Kent, where Sir Hiram Maxim constructed his steam-driven aeroplane, 1890

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9640, one of the second batch ?

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9640, one of the second batch ?
Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9640, one of the second batch of 300 FK3s built by Hewlett and Blondeau Ltd

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, A1502, one of the first batch o?

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, A1502, one of the first batch o?
Armstrong Whitworth FK3, A1502, one of the first batch of 50 FK3s built by Hewlett and Blondeau Ltd

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9572

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9572

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9554

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, B9554

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, from the second productio?

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, from the second productio?
Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, from the second production batch

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Armstrong Whitworth FK3

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: The prototype Armstrong Whitworth FK9 after being modified

The prototype Armstrong Whitworth FK9 after being modified

Background image*New* Photographic Content Metal Print Collection: Kaman HH-43B Huskie, 62-4535, the base rescue helicopter?

Kaman HH-43B Huskie, 62-4535, the base rescue helicopter?
Kaman HH-43B Huskie, 62-4535, the base rescue helicopter at Upper Heyford. This helicopter is currently in the Midland Air Museum, Coventry



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