EPW021488 ENGLAND (1928). Hendon, nine Hawker "Horsley" aircraft flying in formation and one unidentified aircraft at the RAF Pageant, 1928

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Pennawd [EPW021488] Hendon, nine Hawker "Horsley" aircraft flying in formation and one unidentified aircraft at the RAF Pageant, 1928
Cyfeirnod EPW021488
Dyddiad 15-June-1928
Dolen
Enw lle HENDON
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 521592, 190251
Hydred / Lledred -0.24429650072203, 51.597490061089
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ216903

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Hendon Pageant 1928

Kentishman
Saturday 16th of July 2016 11:04:30 AM
What an amazing sight

Barbara B
Wednesday 14th of November 2012 03:01:57 PM
The Hawker Woodcock had equal span wings and and undercarriage directly beneath the fuselage. The aircraft in the photograph do not ,they are probably Hawker Horsleys,a two seater with a widely spaced undercarriage to allow a torpedo to be accomodated benath the fuselage.

chikkiherbert
Wednesday 26th of September 2012 11:53:57 AM
Hullo!



Thanks for your comments. The original Aerofilms Ltd record for this image simply says "RAF formation", in a set of shots from the 1928 Pageant. Squadrons flying "Woodcock" and "Horsleys" both took part, according to the report in Flight magazine (5 July 1928, pp.524-529). As you say, the undercarriage of these aircraft looks more like the Horsley than the Woodcock - thank you!



Yours, Katy



Katy Whitaker, Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Wednesday 26th of September 2012 11:53:57 AM