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Aeroplane engine, Green Aeroplane engine, Green

Four cylinder aeroplane engine of 35 brake horsepower, example of the earliest type of aeroplane engine built in Britain, built for the Green Engine Co. Ltd, by the Aster Engineering Co., London, 1909

Aeroplane engine, Anzani Aeroplane engine, Anzani

Anzani military type aeroplane engine complete with carburettor but without a magneto, built in 1910

Aeroplane engine, Wright Aeroplane engine, Wright

Four cylinder Wright aeroplane engine built in 1910, fitted to a Wright Model B Airplane, and sold to Harold W. Brown, 1 June 1911

Aeroplane / Spitfire Aeroplane / Spitfire

Supermarine Spitfire, fighter aircraft with Rolls-Royce Merlin engine and four-bladed propeller, made in Britain by Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd in 1945

Aeroplane Aeroplane

Model of a Boeing 707 aeroplane with markings 'Donaldson, G-ADIA Carillon', wood, made by Space Models Ltd. Feltham, Middlesex, England, c. 1959

Aeroplane / bomber Aeroplane / bomber

Avro Vulcan B.2 XM597. Delta-winged heavy bomber, built by Hawker Siddeley and powered by four Olympus turbojet engines, entered service 1963 and flew two missions in the 1982 Falklands Conflict

Aeroplane / fighter, jet Aeroplane / fighter, jet

Aero S-103, a Czech-built version of MiG-15bis, production number 613677, built by Aero Vodochody at Prague, Czech Republic, c. 1955

Aeroplane / model Aeroplane / model

Model aeroplane, Hawker Hurricane Mk1

Aeroplane / model Aeroplane / model

Model aeroplane, Supermarine Spitfire Mk9

Aeroplane / fighter, rocket Aeroplane / fighter, rocket

Messerschmitt Me 163B-1a Komet, serial number 191659, a German fighter of 1944 powered by a Walter HWK 109-509A liquid-fuel rocket motor, and captured in May 1945

Aeroplane Aeroplane

Beagle Auster A.61 Terrier 1 aeroplane, registration G-ARSL, civilianised version of Auster AOP.6 VF581

Aeroplane Aeroplane

British Aerospace (BAe) Hawk T.1A, serial number XX308, construction number 143/312133, delivered to the RAF on 23 April 1980, this aircraft was operated by the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, better known as the Red Arrows, between 1985 and 2013 and on 1 July 1999 was flown by Red 1, Wing Commander Simon Meade, in formation with the Red Arrows and Concorde over Edinburgh to celebrate the opening of the Scottish Parliament

Aeroplane Aeroplane

BAC/Aérospatiale Concorde, construction number 206, registration G-BOAA

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