Aeroplane Monthly 1974-07
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??? - Haydon-Baillie's air force
The Sea Fury in company with Bill Ross’s Spitfire Mk.16, flying over St. Louis in May 1971. The photographer, Paul Neuman, was flying in a Grumman Avenger.
The Sea Fury in company with Bill Ross’s Spitfire Mk.16, flying over St. Louis in May 1971. The photographer, Paul Neuman, was flying in a Grumman Avenger.
Ormond Haydon-Baillie’s Hawker Sea Fury as it is today
The Sea Fury at Bankstown, Australia, in 1969, just as Haydon-Baillie found it.
The Sea Fury in 1973 later seen competing in the Reno races in America.
Ormond Haydon-Baillie’s Hawker Sea Fury during service with the Royal Australian Navy.
The Lockheed T-33 Silver Star CF-IHB, as it appears today
Haydon-Baillie's first Silver Star making its British debut at this year's Biggin Hill Air Fair and performing for the benefit of John Rigby's camera.
The Lockheed T-33 Silver Star CF-IHB, in its original service guise with the RCAF, bearing service number 21261.
The second of Haydon-Baillie's Silver Stars in its original Navy markings, service number 21640, and bearing the name Red Herring on the fin.
Bristol Bolingbroke 10038 being towed away from a Winnipeg farm still wearing its all-yellow training scheme.
Bits of the Bristol Bolingbroke 10038 and the fuselage of another.