Aeroplane Monthly 1979-09
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D.Brown - Wings over Sussex (1)
R. B. Slack at Shoreham with his 80 h.p. Morane-Saulnier monoplane.
The Chanter Flying School's two Bleriot XIs and the Chanter monoplane, powered by a three-cylinder Anzani engine.
Scene at Shoreham in July 1914, at the first meeting of the season. Lined up are a Maurice Farman Longhorn, the Hall Avro 500 and a Farman.
Eric Pashley with a passenger at Shoreham on June 16, 1913.
The F.K.3 G-EABY/B9629, which visited Shoreham in October 1919, is seen here at Filton in May of the same year.
Scene at Shoreham in July 1914, at the first meeting of the season. Lined up are a Maurice Farman Longhorn, the Hall Avro 500 and a Farman.
Paul Verrier in his 70 h.p. Maurice Farman Longhorn at Shoreham.
The author flew in this Avro 504K, when it flew at Shoreham in 1926.
The Avro 504L G-EAJH owned by the Eastbourne Aviation Company. Note the four-bladed propeller, additional curved fin and the tail float.
The Avro 503 was first flown from the River Adur at Shoreham on May 28, 1913, with John Alcock (later Sir John) as passenger. The aircraft is seen here on Shoreham beach.
The Avro Baby G-EACQ, which visited Shoreham, was later shipped to Australia by Bert Hinkler, and is preserved to this day.
Anthony Fokker's method of transport: The biplane glider is placed on a plank resting on the sides of the car, and the machine is lightly braced fore and aft by two ropes.
Carrying Raynham's Glider up to the top of Itford Hill. In the background may be seen the five tent hangars used for housing the machines.
Looking north-west from Itford towards Lewes.
The Airdisco glider flown by Capt R. H. Stocken at Ilford in October 1922.
The Chanter Flying School's two Bleriot XIs and the Chanter monoplane, powered by a three-cylinder Anzani engine.
The Farman pusher biplane used by the Pashley brothers' flying school at Shoreham.
Scene at Shoreham in July 1914, at the first meeting of the season. Lined up are a Maurice Farman Longhorn, the Hall Avro 500 and a Farman.
Claude Grahame-White's Farman, Wake up England being beached near Brighton.
A Farman seaplane at Shoreham.