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Aeroplanes Collection

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Runway Perspective, 1941, (1944). Creator: Eric Ravilious

Runway Perspective, 1941, (1944). Creator: Eric Ravilious
Runway Perspective, 1941, (1944). RAF Spitfires at a British airfield during the Second World War. Painting in the Imperial War Museum, London. From " Britain In The Air", by Nigel Tangye

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Westland Lysander, 1941. British army liaison aircraft made by Westland Aircraft, used before and during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Short Sunderland, 1941. The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the RAF by Short Brothers

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. The Consolidated PBY Catalina, American flying boat and amphibious aircraft built by Consolidated Aircraft

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Japanese Army occupied Vragaeschensk, 1919. Creator: Unknown

The Japanese Army occupied Vragaeschensk, 1919. Creator: Unknown
The Japanese Army occupied Vragaeschensk, 1919. The Japanese army marching through Blagoveshchensk, Russia, with airplanes overhead

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Our army attacks from sky, water and shore, and repulsed enemy of Siberia, c1919. Creator: Unknown

Our army attacks from sky, water and shore, and repulsed enemy of Siberia, c1919. Creator: Unknown
Our army attacks from sky, water and shore, and repulsed enemy of Siberia, c1919

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, First World War, 1915, (1944). Chart produced by the British goverment showing outlines of aircraft for identification: Public Warning

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: A Service Station - Seaplanes, Second World War, (1944). Creator: Charles Cundall

A Service Station - Seaplanes, Second World War, (1944). Creator: Charles Cundall
A Service Station - Seaplanes, Second World War, (1944). British aircraft of the Royal Air Force at the coast. Painting in a private collection. From " Britain In The Air", by Nigel Tangye

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Desert Squadron - planes of the Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War, c1943

Desert Squadron - planes of the Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War, c1943. The aircraft are Martlets...operating in the Western Desert with the Royal Air Force

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. The Cierva C.30 autogyro designed by Juan de la Cierva was built during the 1930s in Britain, France and Germany under licence from the Cierva Autogiro Company

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Research into greener aircraft, 2011. Creator: NASA

Research into greener aircraft, 2011. Creator: NASA
Research into greener aircraft, 2011. Three industry teams studied how to meet NASAs goals for making future aircraft burn 50 percent less fuel than aircraft that entered service in 1998

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Balloon-Shed, 1916. Creator: Joseph Pennell

The Balloon-Shed, 1916. Creator: Joseph Pennell
The Balloon-Shed, 1916

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: September 1940, (1944). Creator: John Armstrong

September 1940, (1944). Creator: John Armstrong
September 1940, (1944). Aftermath of an aerial battle during the Second World War: wrecked German and British fighter planes on a beach. Painting in the Manchester Art Gallery

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Trench Strafing : British low-flying scouts co-operating in an infantry

Trench Strafing : British low-flying scouts co-operating in an infantry
" Trench Strafing", First World War, (c1920). British low-flying scouts co-operating in an infantry attack on the Western Front. Biplanes shooting at Germans in the trenches

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert, First World War, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert, First World War, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert, First World War, (c1920). British aeroplanes bombing a Senussi camel convoy laden with ammunition...The sketch by a British officer from which the drawing

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Fighter planes on board an aircraft carrier, Second World War, c1943. Creator: Unknown

Fighter planes on board an aircraft carrier, Second World War, c1943. Creator: Unknown
Fighter planes on board an aircraft carrier, Second World War, c1943. A Martlet [Grumman F4F Wildcat] of the Fleet Air Arm, bearing American markings

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. The Supermarine Walrus, a British amphibian flying boat, was designed for use as a fleet spotter to be catapult-launched from cruisers or battleships

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. The de Havilland DH89 Dragon Rapide, British short-haul biplane airliner for 6-8 passengers, converted for use as an air ambulance during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The North American Harvard, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The North American Harvard, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The North American Harvard, 1941. The North American T-6 Texan, American single-engined trainer aircraft, known as the Harvard outside the US, used during World War II and into the 1970s

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Avro Anson, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Avro Anson, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Avro Anson, 1941. Multi-role British aircraft used by the RAF during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. British bomber designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, used during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. British twin-engined torpedo bomber designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, used during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. British bomber with Napier Dagger engines, used during the Second World War. It was known by aircrews as the Flying Suitcase because of its cramped crew conditions

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Fairey Albacore, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Fairey Albacore, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Fairey Albacore, 1941. British single-engine torpedo bomber built by Fairey Aviation, used during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. The Handley Page HP.52 Hampden was a British bomber with twin Bristol Pegasus radial engines, used during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. The Vickers Wellington, British twin-engine bomber with geodetic airframe fuselage structure designed by Barnes Wallis

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. British fighter aircraft built by Fairey Aviation, served with the Fleet Air Arm (Fa) during the Second World War

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Blackburn Roc, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Blackburn Roc, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Blackburn Roc, 1941. The Blackburn B-25 Roc, designed by Blackburn Aircraft Ltd, British Second World War-era Fleet Air Arm fighter aircraft

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. American fighter aircraft which saw service early in World War II. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. British fighter planes during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition, by World War I flying ace Major Oliver Stewart

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Bristol Beaufighter, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Beaufighter, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Beaufighter, 1941. Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter (the Beau), British aircraft developed during the Second World War by the Bristol Aeroplane Company

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The 3 Wheel Trainer For 3 Wheel Bombers, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The 3 Wheel Trainer For 3 Wheel Bombers, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The 3 Wheel Trainer For 3 Wheel Bombers, 1941. Advertisement for the Owlet Night and Day Trainer. The GAL.45 Owlet was a British single-engined trainer aircraft made by General Aircraft Limited

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Lockheed Lightning, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Lockheed Lightning, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Lockheed Lightning, 1941. American World War II fighter aircraft with distinctive twin booms. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Curtiss Tomahawk, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Curtiss Tomahawk, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Curtiss Tomahawk, 1941. The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk (known in the British Commonwealth as the Tomahawk), an American single-engined

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: From Hairpins to Hurricanes - Cellon Limited, 1941. Creator: Unknown

From Hairpins to Hurricanes - Cellon Limited, 1941. Creator: Unknown
From Hairpins to Hurricanes - Cellon Limited, 1941. Advertisement for a British manufacturer of aircraft finishes, including Cerric cellulose lacquers and Cerrux synthetic industrial lacquers

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: Tragic exodus, 1932. Creator: Unknown

Tragic exodus, 1932. Creator: Unknown
Tragic exodus, 1932. Exode Tragique. Chinese civilians fleeing Shanghai under Japanese bombing attacks. Front cover of " L Illustre du Petit Journal". [France, 14 February 1932]

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: The Victory Loan Flyers, 1919

The Victory Loan Flyers, 1919
The Victory Loan Flyers, published 1919 (colour lithograph)

Background imageAeroplanes Collection: D-558-2 being mounted to P2B 1S launch aircraft, USA, 1953. Creator: Unknown

D-558-2 being mounted to P2B 1S launch aircraft, USA, 1953. Creator: Unknown
D-558-2 being mounted to P2B 1S launch aircraft, USA, 1953. The Douglas D-558-2 2 Skyrocket (NACA 144), prior to flight, being towed under the P2B-1S (Navy designation for the Air Force B-29)


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