Aeroplane Monthly 1982-05
M.Turner - Avro 504N
A CAMBRIDGE FORMATION OVER SALISBURY PLAIN: Light blue bands are painted round the fuselage, the chief instructor's machine having two bends.
A trio of CUAS 504Ns with the chief instructor’s aircraft, J8519, in the middle.
Another group from the Cambridge University Air Squadron, this trio comprises H9816 (a conversion), J8546 and J8746.
A lone CUAS 504N flying from Old Sarum in the summer of 1931.
CUAS 504N J8738 taking off from Old Sarum during the 1928 summer camp.
THE GOOD OLD AVROS: The training machines of C.U.A.S.
CUAS aircraft at Netheravon in July 1932. K2367 formerly flew with the Oxford University Air Squadron.
MICHAEL TURNER’S plate depicts the Cambridge University Air Squadron Avro 504N K1049 flying over Stonehenge.