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Farnborough Air Show, 1952 EAW046639
Farnborough Air Show, 1952 EAW046639
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Wroughton, Wiltshire US_7PH_GP_LOC209_V_5004
Wroughton, Wiltshire US_7PH_GP_LOC209_V_5004
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Balloonists CVS01_01_023
Balloonists CVS01_01_023
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Vulcan 20914_013
Vulcan 20914_013
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Vulcan 20914_015
Vulcan 20914_015
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ballooning CVS01_01_041
ballooning CVS01_01_041
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Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930
Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930
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Ballooning CVS01_01_019
Ballooning CVS01_01_019
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Balloons and ballooning CVS01_01_001
Balloons and ballooning CVS01_01_001
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Lysander in flight RAF_58A_50_1_O_502
Lysander in flight RAF_58A_50_1_O_502
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Aerial photography 24511_003
Aerial photography 24511_003
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Vulcan 20914_002
Vulcan 20914_002
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Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930 Featured Image

Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930

"Wills, Shaw and Friese-Greene Ready to Film". A publicity shot for the foundation of the Aerofilms aerial photography company taken at the London Aerodrome, Hendon. Francis Lewis Wills was a former Royal Naval Air Service Observer and co-founder of Aerofilms. Claude Friese-Greene, holding the cine-camera, was technical director for Aerofilms in its early days, but is best known as a pioneering cinematographer. We know very little about Shaw, the pilot, probably an AirCo employee. K-109 was a biplane built and owned by AirCo - in 1920 the company was taken over by De Haviland and this model became the DH9b. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England

Bristol Brabazon JLP01_08_070272
Bristol Brabazon JLP01_08_070272
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Red Arrows over Birmingham International JLP01_10_16460
Red Arrows over Birmingham International JLP01_10_16460
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Flight plan JLP01_08_051517
Flight plan JLP01_08_051517
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Stow Maries Airfield DP217226
Stow Maries Airfield DP217226
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Vulcan 20914_003
Vulcan 20914_003
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Handley Page O-type biplane CC025293
Handley Page O-type biplane CC025293
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First manned hydrogen balloon CVS01_01_015
First manned hydrogen balloon CVS01_01_015
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Rescue helicopter JLP01_20_021_17_08
Rescue helicopter JLP01_20_021_17_08
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Canadian inspection JLP01_08_054611
Canadian inspection JLP01_08_054611
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Helicopter flight JLP01_08_053536
Helicopter flight JLP01_08_053536
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Aerial inspection JLP01_08_051585
Aerial inspection JLP01_08_051585
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Pipeline JLP01_10_03787
Pipeline JLP01_10_03787
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Red Arrows over Birmingham International JLP01_10_16460 Featured Image

Red Arrows over Birmingham International JLP01_10_16460

Birmingham International Airport, Elmdon, Birmingham, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands. A Hawker Siddenley Andover aircraft on the runway at Birmingham International Airport, with the Red Arrows flying overhead.
Construction of a new terminal building, extensions to runways, aprons, and a new noise barrier at Birmingham Airport began in May 1981. Also built was a services block, raised piers, a fire station, a control tower, and the Maglev system linking the airport with Birmingham railway station. The official handover ceremony took place in January 1984 and the site was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in May 1984. The photograph was taken before the disembarkation of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip ahead of the official opening of the new terminal building and Maglev system

© Historic England Archive

Belvedere helicopter JLP01_08_062441c
Belvedere helicopter JLP01_08_062441c
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062441b
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062441b
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062441a
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062441a
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062439
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062439
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062436
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062436
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062432
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062432
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062429
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062429
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Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062419
Operation Rich Man JLP01_08_062419
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Seaplane Station 28837_011
Seaplane Station 28837_011
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RAF centenary flypast DP221356
RAF centenary flypast DP221356
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Yorkshire Air Museum 28961_013
Yorkshire Air Museum 28961_013
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Flying Boat JRU01_01_109
Flying Boat JRU01_01_109
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Flying Boat JRU01_01_109 Featured Image

Flying Boat JRU01_01_109

TOWER BRIDGE, TOWER HILL, TOWER HAMLETS, GREATER LONDON. A Short Sunderland flying boat on the River Thames at Tower Bridge, with the bridge in the background, during the Battle of Britain Week.
The Battle of Britain Week was an annual celebration by the Royal Air Force of the victory in September 1940. In 1951 it ran from 10th - 16th September, and included a fly-past over London on 15th September. The Short Sunderland was developed by Short Brothers as a flying boat and patrol bomber for the RAF, and was introduced in 1938. A Sunderland was shown on the River Thames every September in the 1950s as part of the Battle of Britain Week celebration, until the aircraft type was retired from the RAF in the late 1950s. In 1951, a Sunderland flying boat was moored on the River Thames opposite the Tower of London from 12th September

© Historic England Archive

Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy BAR03_01_506
Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy BAR03_01_506
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Aircraft Museum 29111_048
Aircraft Museum 29111_048
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Aircraft Museum 29111_042
Aircraft Museum 29111_042
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Flying Boat Pier EAW020642
Flying Boat Pier EAW020642
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Flying Boat EAW002991
Flying Boat EAW002991
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Ballooning CVS01_01_014
Ballooning CVS01_01_014
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Worlds first hydrogen balloon CVS01_01_010
Worlds first hydrogen balloon CVS01_01_010
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ballooning CVS01_01_039
ballooning CVS01_01_039
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Manchester Ringway Airport DAC01_01_008
Manchester Ringway Airport DAC01_01_008
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Percival P-50 Prince 2 EAW028258
Percival P-50 Prince 2 EAW028258
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Crashed aircraft EAW014625
Crashed aircraft EAW014625
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