Aeroplane Monthly 1979-10
A.Jackson - D.H.82 Tiger Moth /RAF Piston Trainers/ (6)
The D.H.60T Tiger Moth test aircraft, E5/G-ABNJ, at Martlesham in August 1931 with the low-set bottom mainplanes.
Aerobatic training in L6923, 1939.
Tiger Moth K4288 of No 18 EFTS, Fairoaks, in all-silver training colours, 1946.
Tiger T6818/ G-ANKT, owned by the Shuttleworth Trust. Note the authentic gas-detection panel.
Tigers of No 3 EFTS, ё, New Zealand.
S1676, second of the two evaluation seaplanes, in the Rochester works of Short Brothers Ltd, 1932.
A typical Canadian-built Tiger Moth, photographed about 1942. Visible modifications include the tailwheel, Perspex canopy, steel interplane struts and repositioned undercarriage.
Canadian Tigers nearing completion in de Havilland’s Toronto factory, 1940.
Early production D.H.82 Tiger Moths K2567-K2571 awaiting collection from Stag Lane in November 1931.
Pupils and instructors at No 10 EFTS, Yatesbury, in April 1940, with Bristol's civil and Service Tiger Moths in identical camouflage and yellow, with roundels.
Impressed civil Tigers at the Indian Air Force Training School, Risalpur, in March 1940.
An echelon by the University of London Air Squadron near White Waltham in 1950.
Completed machines, including 4053, 4052, 4056 and 4057, awaiting delivery outside the Toronto plant.
The clearances for emergency escape are well shown here.
BB805, formerly G-APWM of No 12 EFTS, ended up like this while in use by the Royal Navy at Lee-on-Solent in 1943.
Tigers T7673 and “680” after landing on top of one another at No 28 EFTS, Mount Hampden, Southern Rhodesia, on May 14, 1942.
de Havilland D.H.82 Tiger Moth 1 of 10 E.F.T.S. Yatesbury, April 1940