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Aeroplane Propeller
object This is a large propeller, taken from a Sopwith Pup aeroplane used in the First World War. The propeller was made in London in 1916.
Alcester.  Aeroplane crash
A crashed biplane on its back in a field, Alcester. 1925
Baginton.  Mr W.J. Taylor, at Baginton Airport
Mr W.J. Taylor, a garage proprietor from Charles Street, Nuneaton, with the Auster aeroplane at Baginton Airport, on 15th June 1957, the day he to...
Barford.  Mr. Hamel Flying at Barford Fete
Mr Hamel flying his aeroplane at Barford fete. 1912
Bidford on Avon.  View from the bridge
View of Bidford on Avon church from bridge. People punting on the River Avon and walking on bank. Inserted cut-out of bi-plane. 1910
Darker Pink Enola Gay Axo-head 1

Terry Atkinson (born 1939)

Darker Pink Enola Gay Axo-head 1, 1991

Acrylic on wood board

230mm x 320mm

The Enola Gay series ...

Dunchurch.  H.M. Airship
H.M. Airship "Delta" at Dunchurch with group of people watching. 1913
Leamington Spa.  Mr. B.C. Hucks in Bleriot flying machine
Mr B.C. Hucks in his 70 horsepower, tandem Bleriot military type monoplane. Mr. Hucks gave a three day programme of flying displays at Shrubland H...
Nuneaton.  Aeroplane
Lt. J.C. Porte and his aeroplane, Nuneaton. 12th July 1912
Nuneaton.  Lt. Porte with aeroplane
Lt. J.C. Porte in his aeroplane, Nuneaton. 12th July 1912
Polesworth.  Farman bi-plane
Avery early Farman biplane on display, surrounded by a crowd of people, Polesworth. 1900s
Polesworth.  Graham White and Bi-plane
Mr Graham White about to take off in a bi-plane with a lady and a crowd of men watching, Polesworth. 28th August 1910



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