Aeroplane Monthly 1986-01
A.Lumsden, T.Heffernan - Probe Probare (18)
The prototype Harrow, K6933, pictured at Radlett. It first flew on October 10, 1936, the Air Ministry having ordered 100 Harrows in August the previous year.
The prototype Harrow, K6933, was later registered G-AFRG and used on early flight refuelling experiments. It was broken up after suffering damage during an air raid at Ford in August 1940.
Line-up of 214 Squadron Harrows photographed early in 1938 at RAF Feltwell.
Handley Page test pilot the late J.L.Cordes, complete with monocle, photographed with the prototype Harrow.
A Harrow crew at work. The second pilot has left his seat and stands at the navigation table. Seated on the left is the radio operator. The head of the first pilot can just be seen above the fuselage crossmember.