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A Flight of Blenheim Mk 1's

A Flight of Blenheim Mk 1's

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G1900. A flight of Blenheim Mk 1's taken by Flight magazine sometime in the late 1930's. These aircraft heralded a new breed of machine which were not only was as fast as most current fighters but could also carry a meaningful payload as well as defensive armament. The aircraft were also equiped with good navigation aids and normally carried a crew of three. They went into squadron service in 1937/8 and became the main aircraft of Bomber Command by the outbreak of war.
PublisherFlight Magazine
ContributorBristol Aero Collection
Creatorcorporatename - Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd
Datecreation - Circa 1938
TypePhotographic prints - Black and White
Formatdimension.H - 200 mm
dimension.W - 240 mm
IdentifierT142M/64
SourceBetty Beardmore
LanguageEN
Relation
CoverageLocation.Creation Site - Filton
RightsAs agreed with Flight Magazine