Line-up at Andover, circa 1926-1927 with Avro 504K H2311 stage centre. What can readers tell us?
Avro 504K G-ABAA in her joyriding days. Fully restored, the Avro is displayed at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester in these markings once again.
Avro 504K G-ABAA marked as ‘H2311’ at Henlow, 1968. The large dot behind the fuselage roundel was red - what was this all about?
The ASTRA-Sesefski biplane (foreground) and the Proto-1 during “a trial of strength”
At least ten Fokker D. VIIs can be seen in this view. The French guard would indicate that they were handed over in accordance with the Armistice/Peace Treaty terms. What happened to all of these aircraft and the doubtless others that came into French hands?
Fokker D.VII (OAW) 2009/18 in French markings.
Fokker C.V of the clandestine Hungarian Air Force carrying civil registration H-M??? The numeral is an LUH serial.
WM Fokker C.Vd with ‘N’struts. Insignia is for an exercise conducted in the autumn of 1932. Note the Hungarian colours (red top, white and green) on the fin and rudder.
Saro Cutty Sark G-ACDR and the AST Sea Rover fast tender.
Rear view of the Romanian Proto-1 biplane