Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Taylor J.T.1 Monoplane (UK)
Single-seat fully aerobatic ultra-light monoplane, plans for which are available to amateur constructors.
Taylor single-seat monoplane (38 hp J.A.P engine)
Prototype Taylor Monoplane with its new one-piece cockpit canopy
Taylor J.T.1 monoplane G-APRT is now disguised as a "Yakovlev Yak 9D", and is seen taking off for its first flight in this form at Swansea Airport on May 29, 1977.
Taylor Monoplane prototype G-APRT, extensively rebuilt over the past three years to resemble a Yak-9, f/f at Swansea 29/5/77.
Taylor Monoplane built by Mr Christopher Healey in New Zealand, with 1,600 cc Volkswagen engine
Canadian-registered Taylor J.T.1 Monoplane, powered by a 72 hp McCulloch engine
Three of the 29 Taylor Monoplanes completed in the United States, photographed at a Fly-in at Iowa
General view of Historic Flying's Audley End hangar.