Hurricane I L1604 on its nose at Brooklands, probably early in 1938. L1604 was one of the first production batch aircraft built at Brooklands and delivered to Northolt during 1938.
The over-turned De Havilland School of Flying Tiger Moth, probably G-ACDA, is possibly taken at Sywell.
The Scion G-ADDT during an earlier mishap, probably at Coventry, though on this occasion the aircraft was taken back to Brooklands and repaired.
The final demise of Short Scion G-ADDT. The crash took place at Porthcawl in South Wales on July 26, 1936. Ron Paine can be seen on the extreme left.
The final demise of Short Scion G-ADDT. The crash took place at Porthcawl in South Wales on July 26, 1936. Scion ’DT was painted green with cream letters and the words Gaumont British News can be seen painted on the fin and rudder.
Richard Nash’s Bleriot XXVII just after he crashed it at Brooklands on June 15, 1936. The accident received little publicity because on the same day the Vickers B.9/32, K4049, made its first flight from Brooklands in great secrecy. Nash escaped with a cut chin and the Bleriot survives in the RAF Museum at Hendon.