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Air Pictorial 1977-06
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B.Robertson - Mann Egerton Aircraft
The first D.H 9 built by Mann Egerton, serial D1651
Final types produced by Mann Egerton were the D.H.9A (E9703 shown) and D.H.10. They were finished in battleship grey on plywood surfaces and fabric was doped dark brown to Scheme AMA
Trio of types produced by Mann Egerton. These two views show; their last Short Bomber, 9495, Sopwith 1/2 Strutter single-seat bomber N5215; and Spad S. VII N6210
Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter. Single-seat bomber, serial N5201, Admiralty Type 9700 and Type E to Mann Egerton
The first Spad S VIIs built at Norwich were numbered in the R.N.A.S. serial allocations from N6210 (illus.), but these were changed to the R.F.C. allocation from A9100 when the Admiralty swapped Spads and Nieupors for Sopwith Triplanes ordered by the War Office
Trio of types produced by Mann Egerton. These two views show; their last Short Bomber, 9495, Sopwith 1/2 Strutter single-seat bomber N5215; and Spad S. VII N6210
The Mann Egerton Type B was a modified Short 184 which had unequal span wings. Shown here is 9085, the first of ten built
Final types produced by Mann Egerton were the D.H.9A and D.H.10 (F8421, first aircraft completed, below). They were finished in battleship grey on plywood surfaces and fabric was doped dark brown to Scheme AMA
Trio of types produced by Mann Egerton. These two views show; their last Short Bomber, 9495, Sopwith 1/2 Strutter single-seat bomber N5215; and Spad S. VII N6210
The fuselage length of Short Bombers was increased white they were in production at the Mann Egerton works, and early and late production aircraft were known as Types C and CA respectively. Illustrated is 9476, the first built