EPW037990 ENGLAND (1932). Heston, aircraft lined up for the start of The Morning Post Cross-Country Air Race at Heston Aerodrome, from the north, 1932

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Title [EPW037990] Heston, aircraft lined up for the start of The Morning Post Cross-Country Air Race at Heston Aerodrome, from the north, 1932
Reference EPW037990
Date 21-May-1932
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Place name HESTON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 511336, 178070
Longitude / Latitude -0.39617533001454, 51.490117279054
National Grid Reference TQ113781

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No 4 G-AAGR is an Avro 594 Avian IV. First owned by E Cohen, Woodford. Registered 23 April 1929. Impressed in January 1940.

No 8 G-AAKI. A Gipsy Moth owned initially by L J P Fowler, Stag Lane. Reistered July 1929. Sold abroad in December 1934.

No 2. G-EBYH. Details not known to me yet

No 7. G-AAYJ. Gipsy Moth owned by the de Havilland Aircraft Co. Ltd. Registered May 1930. Crashed near Nairobi on 14 January 1933

No 15. Spartan Arrow. Registered July 1931. Written off August 1941

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