Roy's Aircraft Picture Library Part V
I hope you enjoy this fourth
page of my aviation-related pictures - if you have some plane photos you would
like to see on the Internet please email a jpeg/gif of them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will strive to have your acceptable photos up here within the week and email you the URL.
Click on thumbnail to enlarge image.
|Let's kick-off with a cover shot - a fine US mag with a good article on the last B29 raid.||
An old mag cover showing a Grumman Tracker
|A Martin Baker ad from the 60s, ironic use of Vulcan since only 2 of the crew got MB seats!||The place to see a live Vulcan doing ground runs - Bruntingthorpe||The first true dedicated gunship helo - the Cobra|
|I like other Avro bombers too - this mag has both!||German avmag cover with F4 article||Used to subscribe to AvNews - nice cover shot of Canberra||
German avmag bought on travels - not much on Vulcan inside though
Excerpt from an old aviation book club brochure
|Sawn-off veteran - I presume this is a fire-training plane at Gatwick in late 80s...||Texas trip in 88 - view from the AA DC10||Shuttleworth display ad - never been there funnily enough.||Cranfield Lightning line up in the early 90s, only the T5 remains...||
Wild Weasel special issue, one of my favourite a/c
|An advert from a 1955 Aeroplane magazine, click for full ad.||Rear view of Duxford's Victor showing flappery down, click for bigger view.||Cover of the 1988 Cranfield Air Race - first and last, fantastic, click for full cover...||Bucc with IFR probe||Raising the Wellington from Loch Ness, early 80s.|
|It's about time we included pix of the F20 Tigershark - I saw the display at Farnborough in 83, awesome... what a shame all around..||How could we resist such performance? Political assassination methinks.||The sting of the F20 - Sparrows and Sidewinders (+ cannon). At Farnboro the wingtips carried smoke gennerators, will try to find the pix and put them up. There's not much on the web on the F20, shame.||
Back to the heydays, a Lightning awaits IFR from a Victor
- from a postcard.
|One from a 60s era mag showing a Kestrel/Harrier IFR from a white Victor.|
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