18 results found
Registration / Serial:AX904
Alternate Registration:G-AEVW
Military Code:BJ-W
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Unit Markings:271 Sqn
Aircraft Name:Franklin
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:607061Submit Correction
View count: 141
This de Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross was registered G-AEVW. It was impressed into Royal Air Force service with the serial number AX904 / BJ-W and used by 271 squadron. Crown copyright.
Registration / Serial:AX904
Alternate Registration:G-AEVW
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:AX904
Alternate Registration:G-AEVW
Military Code:BJ-W
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Unit Markings:271 Sqn
Aircraft Name:Franklin
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:607061Submit Correction
View count: 141
This de Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross was registered G-AEVW. It was impressed into Royal Air Force service with the serial number AX904 / BJ-W and used by 271 squadron. Crown copyright.
Registration / Serial:AX904
Alternate Registration:G-AEVW
Aircraft Version:De Havilland D.H. 91 Albatross
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:WB188
Aircraft Original Type:Hawker Hunter
Aircraft Generic Type:Hawker Hunter
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1067 Hunter prototype
C/n (msn):41H/665401
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Boscombe Down (EGDM)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:604839Submit Correction
View count: 58
There would be three Hunter prototypes build but the very first was WB188, the real prototype. It's first flight was on 20 July 1951 at Boscombe Down. Later this one would be rebuild as the Hunter Mk.3 which was used for some speed records. It survives in this form at the museum at Tangmere, Sussex. Ministry of supply photo, ref. no. 2130/C, crown copyright.
Registration / Serial:WB188
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1067 Hunter prototype
C/n (msn):41H/665401
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Boscombe Down (EGDM)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:WB188
Aircraft Original Type:Hawker Hunter
Aircraft Generic Type:Hawker Hunter
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1067 Hunter prototype
C/n (msn):41H/665401
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Boscombe Down (EGDM)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:604839Submit Correction
View count: 58
There would be three Hunter prototypes build but the very first was WB188, the real prototype. It's first flight was on 20 July 1951 at Boscombe Down. Later this one would be rebuild as the Hunter Mk.3 which was used for some speed records. It survives in this form at the museum at Tangmere, Sussex. Ministry of supply photo, ref. no. 2130/C, crown copyright.
Registration / Serial:WB188
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1067 Hunter prototype
C/n (msn):41H/665401
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
City / Airport:Boscombe Down (EGDM)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1 August 1940 to 15 May 1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603602Submit Correction
View count: 106
After the fall of France in June 1940 large numbers of the Martin 167F A-3 were flown to the French Mediterranean / North African colonies and were inducted in to the armed forces of the Vichy regime. This Aéronavale example is one of those. It is recognisable as a Vichy aircraft because of the stripes (red and yellow) on the engine nacelles and the elevator. After the events of mid 1942 in North Africa a number of Martin 167F A-3s fell into allied hands and were handed over to the Free French Air Force.
Registration / Serial:4
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:France - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1 August 1940 to 15 May 1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1 August 1940 to 15 May 1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603602Submit Correction
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After the fall of France in June 1940 large numbers of the Martin 167F A-3 were flown to the French Mediterranean / North African colonies and were inducted in to the armed forces of the Vichy regime. This Aéronavale example is one of those. It is recognisable as a Vichy aircraft because of the stripes (red and yellow) on the engine nacelles and the elevator. After the events of mid 1942 in North Africa a number of Martin 167F A-3s fell into allied hands and were handed over to the Free French Air Force.
Registration / Serial:4
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:France - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1 August 1940 to 15 May 1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:AH354
Military Code:X
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.II
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:South Africa - Air Force
Unit Markings:24 Sqn
Location:Not known
Country:Egypt
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603575Submit Correction
View count: 105
As part of the Western Desert Air Force the South Africans received a number of Martin 167 Maryland Mk.IIs like this example of the SAAF, 24 sqn (AH354 / X). Probably somewhere in Egypte or Libia. Crown copyright reference nr. PM3036
Registration / Serial:AH354
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.II
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:South Africa - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Egypt
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:AH354
Military Code:X
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.II
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:South Africa - Air Force
Unit Markings:24 Sqn
Location:Not known
Country:Egypt
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603575Submit Correction
View count: 105
As part of the Western Desert Air Force the South Africans received a number of Martin 167 Maryland Mk.IIs like this example of the SAAF, 24 sqn (AH354 / X). Probably somewhere in Egypte or Libia. Crown copyright reference nr. PM3036
Registration / Serial:AH354
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.II
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:South Africa - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Egypt
Photo Date:1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:AR711
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1940 to 1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603570Submit Correction
View count: 187
After the fall of France in June 1940 the Martin 167F A-3 not yet delivered were taken over by the British which used the type as the Martin Maryland Mk I. Apart from that they also ordered an additional 150 as the Maryland Mk.II. Mainly used in the Mediterranean theatre. Crown copyright reference nr. 11.615/23
Registration / Serial:AR711
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1940 to 1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:AR711
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1940 to 1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603570Submit Correction
View count: 187
After the fall of France in June 1940 the Martin 167F A-3 not yet delivered were taken over by the British which used the type as the Martin Maryland Mk I. Apart from that they also ordered an additional 150 as the Maryland Mk.II. Mainly used in the Mediterranean theatre. Crown copyright reference nr. 11.615/23
Registration / Serial:AR711
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1940 to 1941
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:NO 123
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):123
Operator Titles:France - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:France
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603511Submit Correction
View count: 143
The Martin 167 was ordered by the French in substantial numbers (200+) as the Martin 167F A-3 and was used through out WWII by the Armée de l'Air, Aéronavale, Vichy French Air Force and the Free French Air Force.
Registration / Serial:NO 123
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):123
Operator Titles:France - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:France
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:NO 123
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):123
Operator Titles:France - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:France
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603511Submit Correction
View count: 143
The Martin 167 was ordered by the French in substantial numbers (200+) as the Martin 167F A-3 and was used through out WWII by the Armée de l'Air, Aéronavale, Vichy French Air Force and the Free French Air Force.
Registration / Serial:NO 123
Aircraft Version:Martin 167F A-3
C/n (msn):123
Operator Titles:France - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:France
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:NX22076
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland
C/n (msn):876
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:13 April 1939
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603494Submit Correction
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The Martin 167 prototype (NX22076, later 40-706), named XA-22 by the USAAC, first flew in Mar 1939 and was delivered in Sep 1939. It was one of the designs for an attack aircraft that lost out to the Douglas A-20 Havoc. The type was ordered by the French in substantial numbers as the Martin 167F. After the fall of France in June 1940 the aircraft not yet delivered were taken over by the British which used the type as the Martin Maryland Mk I. Apart from that they also ordered an additional 150 as the Maryland Mk.II. All in all 496 aircraft were built. Glenn L.Martin Co. photo
Registration / Serial:NX22076
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland
C/n (msn):876
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:13 April 1939
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:NX22076
Aircraft Original Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Generic Type:Martin 167 Maryland
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland
C/n (msn):876
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:13 April 1939
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:603494Submit Correction
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The Martin 167 prototype (NX22076, later 40-706), named XA-22 by the USAAC, first flew in Mar 1939 and was delivered in Sep 1939. It was one of the designs for an attack aircraft that lost out to the Douglas A-20 Havoc. The type was ordered by the French in substantial numbers as the Martin 167F. After the fall of France in June 1940 the aircraft not yet delivered were taken over by the British which used the type as the Martin Maryland Mk I. Apart from that they also ordered an additional 150 as the Maryland Mk.II. All in all 496 aircraft were built. Glenn L.Martin Co. photo
Registration / Serial:NX22076
Aircraft Version:Martin 167 Maryland
C/n (msn):876
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Baltimore - Martin State (KMTN / MTN)Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:13 April 1939
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1 June 1950 to 3 April 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602682Submit Correction
View count: 532
The second Hawker P.1052 (VX279) rebuild into the P.1081 to meet an Australian specification to replace the RAAFs P-51s and Vampires and therefore also known as the "Australian Fighter". The engine was replace by an early Rolls-Royce Tay engine. First flown on 19 June 1950. Because of outbreak of the hostilities at the Korean peninsula the Australians ordered the Meteor F.Mk.8 which was instantly available. Further development of the P.1081 was cancelled in November 1950 and the P.1081 was handed over to the RAE. Hawker Siddenly Aviation photo neg. nr. H250
Registration / Serial:VX279
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1081
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1 June 1950 to 3 April 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1 June 1950 to 3 April 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602682Submit Correction
View count: 532
The second Hawker P.1052 (VX279) rebuild into the P.1081 to meet an Australian specification to replace the RAAFs P-51s and Vampires and therefore also known as the "Australian Fighter". The engine was replace by an early Rolls-Royce Tay engine. First flown on 19 June 1950. Because of outbreak of the hostilities at the Korean peninsula the Australians ordered the Meteor F.Mk.8 which was instantly available. Further development of the P.1081 was cancelled in November 1950 and the P.1081 was handed over to the RAE. Hawker Siddenly Aviation photo neg. nr. H250
Registration / Serial:VX279
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1081
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1 June 1950 to 3 April 1951
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1949
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602678Submit Correction
View count: 441
The Hawker P.1052 was an experimental aircraft for trials with swept wings. It had 35 degree swept wings. VX279 was significantly rebuilt, with a single jet outlet and swept empennage to become the P.1081. Hawker Siddenly Aviation photo
Registration / Serial:VX279
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1052
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1949
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1949
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602678Submit Correction
View count: 441
The Hawker P.1052 was an experimental aircraft for trials with swept wings. It had 35 degree swept wings. VX279 was significantly rebuilt, with a single jet outlet and swept empennage to become the P.1081. Hawker Siddenly Aviation photo
Registration / Serial:VX279
Aircraft Version:Hawker P-1052
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:In Flight
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:July 1949
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602574Submit Correction
View count: 110
After the battle for the Netherlands early May 1940, a number of LVA aircraft were captured and were used by the Luftwaffe as beute-flugzeuge including this Fokker D.XXI. The three white mice on the nacelle were the symbol of 1 JaVA of the LVA. The symbol was placed on the six aircraft which were stationed at Eelde Airport. Two of them survived the hostilities.
Registration / Serial:XXX
Aircraft Version:Fokker D.XXI
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Germany - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:602574Submit Correction
View count: 110
After the battle for the Netherlands early May 1940, a number of LVA aircraft were captured and were used by the Luftwaffe as beute-flugzeuge including this Fokker D.XXI. The three white mice on the nacelle were the symbol of 1 JaVA of the LVA. The symbol was placed on the six aircraft which were stationed at Eelde Airport. Two of them survived the hostilities.
Registration / Serial:XXX
Aircraft Version:Fokker D.XXI
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Germany - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:G-7-1
Aircraft Original Type:Gloster Meteor
Aircraft Generic Type:Gloster Meteor
Aircraft Version:Gloster Reaper
C/n (msn):
Aircraft Name:Gloster Reaper / Ground Attack Fighter
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1953
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601942Submit Correction
View count: 92
A Gloster Meteor F.Mk.8 was modified by Gloster as a private venture into the Ground Attack Fighter also know as the Reaper (G-7-1). The modification allowed for the carriage of external Rocket-Assisted Take-Off Gear (RATOG), an added 57mm cannon in the lower fuselage and tip tanks. First flown 4 September 1950, only one was built.
Registration / Serial:G-7-1
Aircraft Version:Gloster Reaper
C/n (msn):
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1953
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:G-7-1
Aircraft Original Type:Gloster Meteor
Aircraft Generic Type:Gloster Meteor
Aircraft Version:Gloster Reaper
C/n (msn):
Aircraft Name:Gloster Reaper / Ground Attack Fighter
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1953
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601942Submit Correction
View count: 92
A Gloster Meteor F.Mk.8 was modified by Gloster as a private venture into the Ground Attack Fighter also know as the Reaper (G-7-1). The modification allowed for the carriage of external Rocket-Assisted Take-Off Gear (RATOG), an added 57mm cannon in the lower fuselage and tip tanks. First flown 4 September 1950, only one was built.
Registration / Serial:G-7-1
Aircraft Version:Gloster Reaper
C/n (msn):
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1953
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1952
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601939Submit Correction
View count: 179
The Gloster GA.5 was the unarmed first prototype Javelin with Sapphire SA.3 engines. It made its first flight from Moreton Valance on 26 November 1951. Gloster Aircraft CO, Ltd. photo by Russell Adams, Neg. nr. P247/52
Registration / Serial:WD804
Aircraft Version:Gloster GA.5 Javelin
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1952
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1952
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601939Submit Correction
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The Gloster GA.5 was the unarmed first prototype Javelin with Sapphire SA.3 engines. It made its first flight from Moreton Valance on 26 November 1951. Gloster Aircraft CO, Ltd. photo by Russell Adams, Neg. nr. P247/52
Registration / Serial:WD804
Aircraft Version:Gloster GA.5 Javelin
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1952
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601706Submit Correction
View count: 107
The Gloster E28/39 was shown during "The 1945 Britains Aircraft Exhibition" after de end of WWII. Nowadays part of the collection of the Science Museum in London.
Registration / Serial:W4041
Aircraft Version:Gloster E28/39
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601706Submit Correction
View count: 107
The Gloster E28/39 was shown during "The 1945 Britains Aircraft Exhibition" after de end of WWII. Nowadays part of the collection of the Science Museum in London.
Registration / Serial:W4041
Aircraft Version:Gloster E28/39
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1945
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932 to 1933
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601694Submit Correction
View count: 357
Originally called the Dornier F but from 1933 onwards known as the Do-11 it was designed, developed and first flown during the late Weimar Republic years. The aircraft was officially a freight transporter but in reality was of course a trainer and the first the main heavy bomber of the illegitimately developing Luftwaffe. The Do-11 was an unpopular and troublesome aircraft with perhaps its only claim that it had an early retractable undercarriage. All in all no less then 372 of all versions build. Operated by the Weimar Republic government.
Registration / Serial:D-AJAL
Aircraft Version:Dornier Do-11
C/n (msn):
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932 to 1933
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932 to 1933
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601694Submit Correction
View count: 357
Originally called the Dornier F but from 1933 onwards known as the Do-11 it was designed, developed and first flown during the late Weimar Republic years. The aircraft was officially a freight transporter but in reality was of course a trainer and the first the main heavy bomber of the illegitimately developing Luftwaffe. The Do-11 was an unpopular and troublesome aircraft with perhaps its only claim that it had an early retractable undercarriage. All in all no less then 372 of all versions build. Operated by the Weimar Republic government.
Registration / Serial:D-AJAL
Aircraft Version:Dornier Do-11
C/n (msn):
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1932 to 1933
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Original Type:Vickers 264 Valentia
Aircraft Generic Type:Vickers 264 Valentia
Aircraft Version:Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1930
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601331Submit Correction
View count: 80
The Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I was a transport aircraft for the RAF and flew for the first time in 1934. Vickers (Aviation) Limited photo
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Version:Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1930
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Original Type:Vickers 264 Valentia
Aircraft Generic Type:Vickers 264 Valentia
Aircraft Version:Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1930
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601331Submit Correction
View count: 80
The Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I was a transport aircraft for the RAF and flew for the first time in 1934. Vickers (Aviation) Limited photo
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Version:Vickers 264 Valentia Mk.I
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1930
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:J7717
Aircraft Original Type:Vickers 57 Virginia
Aircraft Generic Type:Vickers 57 Virginia
Aircraft Version:Vickers 139 Virginia Mk.X
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:13 September 1928
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601290Submit Correction
View count: 260
The Vickers 57 Virginia was a biplane heavy bomber of the British Royal Air Force, developed from the Vickers Vimy. The Mk.X was the definitive version of which 103 build, 50 were new built and 53 conversions of previous versions. Crown copyright Neg. No. 9979
Registration / Serial:J7717
Aircraft Version:Vickers 139 Virginia Mk.X
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:13 September 1928
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:J7717
Aircraft Original Type:Vickers 57 Virginia
Aircraft Generic Type:Vickers 57 Virginia
Aircraft Version:Vickers 139 Virginia Mk.X
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:13 September 1928
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601290Submit Correction
View count: 260
The Vickers 57 Virginia was a biplane heavy bomber of the British Royal Air Force, developed from the Vickers Vimy. The Mk.X was the definitive version of which 103 build, 50 were new built and 53 conversions of previous versions. Crown copyright Neg. No. 9979
Registration / Serial:J7717
Aircraft Version:Vickers 139 Virginia Mk.X
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:UK - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:13 September 1928
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:WT854
Aircraft Original Type:Supermarine Scimitar
Aircraft Generic Type:Supermarine Scimitar
Aircraft Version:Supermarine N113 Scimitar
C/n (msn):[ WT854 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Navy
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1956
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601276Submit Correction
View count: 538
The prototype of the Supermarine N113 Scimitar (WT854), ca 1956. A further development of the Supermarine Type 505 this was a single-seat naval strike aircraft of which 76 were build. Deliveries from 1957 onwards and WFU in 1969. A Vickers Armstrong Ltd, Supermarine works, Photographic dept. image
Registration / Serial:WT854
Aircraft Version:Supermarine N113 Scimitar
C/n (msn):[ WT854 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Navy
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1956
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:WT854
Aircraft Original Type:Supermarine Scimitar
Aircraft Generic Type:Supermarine Scimitar
Aircraft Version:Supermarine N113 Scimitar
C/n (msn):[ WT854 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Navy
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1956
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:601276Submit Correction
View count: 538
The prototype of the Supermarine N113 Scimitar (WT854), ca 1956. A further development of the Supermarine Type 505 this was a single-seat naval strike aircraft of which 76 were build. Deliveries from 1957 onwards and WFU in 1969. A Vickers Armstrong Ltd, Supermarine works, Photographic dept. image
Registration / Serial:WT854
Aircraft Version:Supermarine N113 Scimitar
C/n (msn):[ WT854 ]
Operator Titles:UK - Navy
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Region, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1956
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:717
Aircraft Original Type:Bristol 142 Blenheim
Aircraft Generic Type:Bristol 142M/149/160 Blenheim/Bolingbroke/Bisley
Aircraft Version:Bristol 142M Bolingbroke Mk3
Licence-built by:Fairchild Canada
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Province, Canada
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:600628Submit Correction
View count: 119
The Bristol Fairchild Bolingbroke, nicknamed the "Bolly", was a Canadian build version of the Bristol 149 Blenheim Mk.IV. One Bolingbroke Mk.I was converted in a floatplane Mk.I with Edo floats. Photo by the Bristol Aeroplane Co. Ltd.
Registration / Serial:717
Aircraft Version:Bristol 142M Bolingbroke Mk3
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Province, Canada
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:717
Aircraft Original Type:Bristol 142 Blenheim
Aircraft Generic Type:Bristol 142M/149/160 Blenheim/Bolingbroke/Bisley
Aircraft Version:Bristol 142M Bolingbroke Mk3
Licence-built by:Fairchild Canada
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Province, Canada
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact
Photo ID:600628Submit Correction
View count: 119
The Bristol Fairchild Bolingbroke, nicknamed the "Bolly", was a Canadian build version of the Bristol 149 Blenheim Mk.IV. One Bolingbroke Mk.I was converted in a floatplane Mk.I with Edo floats. Photo by the Bristol Aeroplane Co. Ltd.
Registration / Serial:717
Aircraft Version:Bristol 142M Bolingbroke Mk3
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:Canada - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown Province, Canada
Photo Date:1940
Photo from:Pieter Stroobach CollectionContact