EPW026593 ENGLAND (1929). The Stag Lane Aerodrome, Queensbury, from the west, 1929

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Title [EPW026593] The Stag Lane Aerodrome, Queensbury, from the west, 1929
Reference EPW026593
Date May-1929
Link
Place name QUEENSBURY
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 518876, 189860
Longitude / Latitude -0.28362699112264, 51.594555487885
National Grid Reference TQ189899

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User Comment Contributions

At first Aerofilms Ltd hired pilots and aircraft from Airco Ltd, Holt-Thomas's large company based on the Edgware Road on the site of The Grove. When Airco went into liquidation and Geoffrey De Havilland formed the De Havilland Aircraft Co Ltd, Aerofilms used the same pilots and machines based at the DH Stag Lane aerodrome just up the road. Most famously, Alan Cobham piloted Aerofilms' jobs in 1921 with photographer A.O Russell.

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Monday 18th of June 2012 01:14:15 PM