Blackburn Type D
The Blackburn Type D, sometimes known as the Single Seat Monoplane, was built by Robert Blackburn at Leeds in 1912. It is a single-engine mid-wing monoplane. Restored shortly after the Second World Wa...
Central Centaur IV
The Central Centaur IV was a British civil three-seat biplane aircraft produced by Central Aircraft Company Limited of London.
The Centaur IV was a two-seat wire-braced, fabric-covered wooden bipl...
Mann & Grimmer M.1
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Airco DH.10
The Airco DH.10 Amiens was a British twin-engined medium bomber designed and built towards the end of the First World War. It served briefly with the RAF postwar.
The DH.10 was designed by Geoffre...
Alliance P.1
The Alliance P.1 was a British single-engined training biplane re-designed by J.A. Peters from the Ruffy-Baumann R.A.B.15 for the Alliance Aeroplane Company.
The Alliance Aeroplane Company which ...
Bristol Racing Biplane
The Bristol Racing Biplane was a British single-seat biplane designed to combine the performance of a monoplane but using the strength of the biplane. It was designed by Robert Grandseigne and Léon Ve...
Avro Pike
The Avro 523 Pike (the first Avro aircraft to receive a name) was a British multi-role combat aircraft of the First World War that did not progress past the prototype stage. It was intended to provide...
Blackburn G.P.
The Blackburn G.P seaplane, (the second aircraft (serial number 1416) was sometimes referred to as the Blackburn S.P. for Special Purpose), was a British twin-engine reconnaissance torpedo floatplan...
Boulton Paul P.9
The Boulton & Paul P.9 was a British single-engined twin-seat aircraft. The wings and fuselage were constructed of wood with fabric covering. It was built by Boulton & Paul Ltd.
The P.9 wa...
Sopwith Admiralty Type C
The Sopwith Admiralty Type C was an early British seaplane designed and built by Sopwith Aviation to drop torpedos. A single engined tractor biplane seaplane, three were delivered to the Royal Navy i...
Cody monoplane
The Cody IV monoplane was a single-engined monoplane designed and built by the American born but British based aviation pioneer in 1912. It was intended for entry into the 1912 British Military Aeropl...
Aerial Wheel Syndicate Monoplane
The Aerial Wheel Monoplane was an experimental British aircraft built during 1912 in order to compete in the Military Aeroplane Competition which was to be held at Larkhill on Salisbury Plain in Augus...
Airco DH.6
The Airco DH.6 was a British military trainer biplane used by the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War. Known by various nicknames, including the "Skyhook", the trainer became a widely used l...