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Flight 1922-09
Flight
D.H.9, 230 h.p. Siddeley "Puma."
SOME OF THE STARTS FOR THE KING'S CUP RACE: Capt. Muir starting on the D.H.9;
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 6, D.H.9;
D.H.9A, 350 h.p. Rolls-Royce "Eagle."
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 7, D.H.9A;
SOME OF THE STARTS FOR THE KING'S CUP RACE: Perry gets off on the D.H.9A;
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 8, S.E.5A;
The Blackburn Kangaroo, 2-275 h.p. Rolls-Royce "Falcons"
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Photographs of the competing machines. Avro Lucifer.
Filling up Courtney's Siddeley "Siskin" before the start.
SOME OF THE STARTS FOR THE KING'S CUP RACE: Courtney zooms off in a left-hand turn on the Siddeley Siskin.
Bristol Monoplane, 100 h.p. Bristol "Lucifer."
THE BOULTON AND PAUL P.9. BIPLANE: Three-quarter rear view.
The Boulton and Paul P. 9 two-seater, with 90 h.p. R.A.F. engine.
THE BOULTON AND PAUL P.9. BIPLANE: Three-quarter front view.
THE BOULTON AND PAUL P.9. BIPLANE: The 90 h.p. air-cooled R.A.F. engine fitted to this machine.
THE BOULTON AND PAUL P.9. BIPLANE: 1. The engine rev.-indicator is mounted in a streamline casing outside the fuselage, where it is clearly visible from both cockpits. 2. The simple adjustment for tailplane incidence. 3. The neat luggage boot behind the rear cockpit. Inset is the simple and effective fastener securing the cover in position. 4. The tail skid, which is connected up to the rudder bar to facilitate steering when taxying.
Boulton & Paul P.9. 90 hp R.A.F. 1a
A NEW ALL-STEEL AEROPLANE: Three photographs of the Boulton and Paul "Bolton" (Series number P.15). The Air Ministry has sanctioned publication of these photographs, but no information relating to the machine may be given beyond such details as are disclosed in the photographs. From these it will be seen that the machine is similar, in general lines, to the Boulton and Paul "Bourges," but the detail construction is, of course, quite different. The power plant, it will be seen, consists of two Napier "Lion" engines.
THE AERIAL DERBY. Photographs of the starters. Avro Baby single-seater, 35 h.p. Green.
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Photographs of the competing machines. Avro Baby.
SOME OF THE STARTS FOR THE KING'S CUP RACE: The Avro Baby gets away;
Siddeley "Siskin," 325 h.p. Siddeley "Jaguar."
The Bristol 10-seater, 400 h.p. Bristol "Jupiter."
An Impression of "Mars I."
Baron Freyberg is seen flying the Hart-Messerschmidt monoplane. Note the central skid and open tail boom girder.
THE HART-MESSERSCHMIDT FUSELAGE MONOPLANE: This is an experimental type, the standard machine having open tail girders and no cockpit.
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Photographs of the competing machines. Sopwith Gnu.
SOME OF THE STARTS FOR THE KING'S CUP RACE: Capt. Cockerell off on the Vickers Vulcan;
THE FIRST THREE MACHINES HOME: Barnard's D.H.4A (the winner); Raynham's Martinsyde F.6; and Cobham's D.H.9B, lined up in front of the enclosures.
The Record Breaker: Herr Hentzen, in the cockpit of his famous "Vampyr," on which he remained aloft for 3 hrs. 10 mins. This machine, as distinct from the Hannover "Greif," has a flat-sided fuselage.
The Hannover Glider "Vampyr," on which Herr Hentzen remained aloft for over three hours.
The Hannover "Greif" (Condor) is a refined edition of the famous "Vampyr," but has not yet been sufficiently tuned up to do very extended flights, although a number of very creditable flights have been made on it. The monoplane wing has a pronounced taper, and the fuselage is carefully streamlined. The right-hand photograph, which shows the "Greif" in flight, gives a good idea of the Rhon hills.
The D.H.9B, 230 h.p. Siddeley "Puma."
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 3, D.H.9B;
THE FIRST THREE MACHINES HOME: Barnard's D.H.4A (the winner); Raynham's Martinsyde F.6; and Cobham's D.H.9B, lined up in front of the enclosures.
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 2, D.H.9c (230 h.p. Siddeley "Puma")
The D.H.9c, 230 h.p. Siddley "Puma."
Lady Anne Savile in the cabin of her D.H.9C, piloted by Flying Officer Leslie Hamilton.
THE RACE FOR THE KING'S CUP: Ten of the faster machines, arranged in the order of starting: 9, D.H.4A (winner of the race);
The winning machine comes to a standstill. Capt. Barnard greeted by admirers.
The Darmstadt monoplane, piloted by Bottsch, flying over the Dresden biplane.
TWO DARMSTADT FUSELAGES: Top, the body of the Type 4 monoplane; bottom, the nacelle of the biplane.
THE THREE DARMSTADT MACHINES: General arrangement drawings.
The Dresden biplane is shown just after getting away. Note the two men holding the starting rope.
The Darmstadt monoplane, piloted by Bottsch, flying over the Dresden biplane.
THE BELLANCA CF 5-SEATER "SESQUIPLAN": Three-quarter front view.
THE BELLANCA CF 5-SEATER "SESQUIPLAN": Front view.
THE BELLANCA CF 5-SEATER "SESQUIPLAN": Rear view, showing the pilot's cockpit.