Aeroplane Monthly 1987-06
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Farewell Hendon again
This classic Flight photograph, taken from the top of No 1 Pylon, shows the Belgian Brindejonc des Moulinais about to set of on an attack on the British height record with a lady passenger in May 1913. Note the human anchors restraining the Gnome-engined Morane-Saulnier monoplane by its tail.
More racing at Hendon, in August 1912
Part of the Aeronautical Syndicate's Valkyrie fleet at Hendon in May 1911.
102 Sqn Heyfords at the 1936 Display.
A view of the Heyfords from the two-shilling enclosures.
13 Sqn Hectors at the 1937 RAF Display.
Avro XIX TX214 one of the last RAF aircraft to fly out of Hendon on November 2, 1957, when it was officially closed for flying.
11 Sqn Horsleys flying over busloads of RAF Halton apprentices.
R. J. Lillywhite in a Grahame-White Boxkite on a Hendon race day in June 1914.
Claude Grahame-White at Hendon with first wife-to-be Dorothy Taylor.
Claude Grahame-White, wth Richard Gates as passenger, pylon racing at Hendon in October 1912.