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Choose from 589 pictures in our Air & Flying Machines collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Aerial drawing room for Air Minister. Sir Samuel Hoare and Lady Maud Hoare left Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

Aerial drawing room for Air Minister. Sir Samuel Hoare and Lady Maud Hoare left

Aerial drawing room for Air Minister.
Sir Samuel Hoare and Lady Maud Hoare left Croydon Aerodrome to fly to the International Air Exhibition at Gothenburg, Sweden. A Napier DH4 express has been converted into an aerial drawing room for the occasion.
Sir Samuel and Lady Hoare going aboard the aerial Pullman.
3 August 1923

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First Air Pictures of The Prince of Wales When HMS Renown was in the Suez Canal at Port Said Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

First Air Pictures of The Prince of Wales When HMS Renown was in the Suez Canal at Port Said

First Air Pictures of The Prince of Wales
When HMS Renown was in the Suez Canal at Port Said and Ismailia a set of air photographs was taken from RAF aeroplane
This photograph one of the set shows the HMS Renown with Prince of Wales on board
11 January 1922

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20th Century, Aerial View, Black And White, Central News, Europeana Photography, Monochrome, Ship Ships Shipping

Aeroplanes launch flour bag bombs on troops in great battle of Hog ' s Back Divisional Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

Aeroplanes launch flour bag bombs on troops in great battle of Hog ' s Back Divisional

Aeroplanes launch flour bag bombs on troops in great battle of Hog 's Back
Divisional Manoeuvres reach their height near Guilford
An army Bristol long distance bombing plane is here ' zooming up ' in a desperate effort to avoid concealed anti aircraft gun ( masked in foreground ) After successfully bombing reserve troops in the neighbourhood, the attackng plane has suddenly found itself under fire
18 September 1924

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