Science Museum
South Kensington, London
Visted in 1975 or 1976
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Alcock & Brown's Vickers Vimy
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Alcock & Brown's Vickers Vimy
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Roe Triplane
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Supermarine S.6B
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Supermarine S.6B
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Gloster E.28/39
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Rolls-Royce Thrust measuring rig, the "Flying Bedstead."
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Levavasseur Antoinette
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Messerschmitt Me-163B-1
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Messerschmitt Me-163B-1
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Hawker Hurricane I
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Hawker Hurricane I
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Supermarine Spitfire Ia
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Avro 504K
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Avro 504K
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RAF (Royal Aircraft Factory) SE.5A
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RAF (Royal Aircraft Factory) SE.5A
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DeHavilland DH.60G Gipsy Moth.
This is the actual aircraft flown from England to Australia in 1930 by Amy Johnson. It was the first long-distance female solo flight.
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Cierva C.24 autogyro.