A "TWIN" IS BORN. The prototype Miles Peregrine light twin-engined transport with two Series II D.H. Gipsy Sixes and D.H. variable-pitch airscrews. Flaps and a retractable undercarriage are features. This is the machine to be flown in the Schlesinger Race by Flt. Lt. H. R. A. Edwards and Sqd. Ldr. B. S. Thynne. It is apparent from this, the first photograph to be published, that accessibility has not been neglected in the design. The prototype Peregrine seen at Woodley before its first flight. Note the easy access to the front and lower fuselage. The Peregrine was the first Miles aircraft on which F. G. Miles did not personally make the first flight.