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Air & Flying Machines Gallery

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Choose from 583 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.


The All Metal Flying A significant type of Flying machine is the Dornier all metal plane Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

The All Metal Flying A significant type of Flying machine is the Dornier all metal plane

The All Metal Flying
A significant type of Flying machine is the Dornier all metal plane, one variety of which is the flying boat fitted with an apparatus for throwing bombs. With exception of the floats and the stringers of the wings, the flying boat like all the dornier machines is constructed entirely of metal. All the vital parts consist of high grade steel. The cockpit of the dornier showing the metal construction
27 July 1922

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German War Pilot as World s Champion Glider ? 9000 Offered for His Machine The Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

German War Pilot as World s Champion Glider ? 9000 Offered for His Machine The

German War Pilot as Worlds Champion Glider ? 9000 Offered for His Machine
The German airman Hentzen, became the worlds champion glider by remaining in the air for over two hours at a motorless aviation meeting on Rhon Wasserkuppe
25 August 1922

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20th Century, Black And White, Central News, Europeana Photography, Flight, Fritz Hentzen, Glider, Monochrome, Personalities

British Atlantic flight attempt. The St Raphael arrives at Upavon Aerodrome. The Featured Air & Flying Machines Print

British Atlantic flight attempt. The St Raphael arrives at Upavon Aerodrome. The

British Atlantic flight attempt. The St Raphael arrives at Upavon Aerodrome.
The St Raphael which is to be piloted across the Atlantic by Captain Leslie Hamilton and Col Minchin.
Colonel Minchin ( left ) and Mr Leslie Hamilton underneath the giant monoplane.
26 August 1927

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Between The Wars, Black And White, Central News, Europeana Photography, Monochrome, Twentieth Century