Aeroplane Monthly 1980-01
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C.Barnes - Talless Experimental
The Manx nestles beneath a Halifax at Radlett in October 1945. Note the fin on the nosewheel fairing
The Manx nestles beneath a Halifax at Radlett in October 1945. Note the fin on the nosewheel fairing
The Manx at Radlett in January 1945 with nosewheel fairing before addition of rear fin. Note the handrail along the fuselage top and the two-wheel main undercarriage units.
The Flight photograph was taken in September 1945
A rare flying shot of the Manx taken at Radlett in June 1945. Note the nosewheel trailing to starboard.
Самолет Handley Page Manx, названный в честь бесхвостых кошек породы Манкс с острова Мэн (мэнская бесхвостая), являлся достаточно необычным экспериментальным самолетом, хотя судьба его не сложилась.
Picture was taken at Radlett in September 1943, and show the Manx with the first engine installation at the time of taxiing trials. Later the installation was improved by the fitting of new intakes and cowlings.
The close up was taken in October 1945.
Photograph of the Manx taken at Radlett in September 1943.
The close-up shows the trailing edge elevon and endplate wing-tip rudder of the port wing
Picture was taken at Radlett in September 1943, and show the Manx with the first engine installation at the time of taxiing trials. Later the installation was improved by the fitting of new intakes and cowlings.