Royal Aircraft Factory BE2 Replica
Photographed by Martin Wilkinson
A set of 79 colour images.
E-mail file size: 16.5MB
Catalogue Ref: BE2-Replica
22 Megapixel photoset:
Images on CD and used for prints are 5760x3840 pixels, images distributed by email are reduced to 2880x1920 pixels and are compressed to reduce the file sizes. See below for sample images at both sizes.
A series of pictures showing a BE2 replica, seen at Duxford and East Kirkby. This aeroplane was assembled mainly from modified Tiger Moth components to provide the general appearance of a BE2. The Duxford and East Kirkby pictures show the aeroplane in different markings and with different serial numbers. The Royal Aircraft Factory BE2 was a two seat reconnaissance, aerial photography and artillery observation aeroplane used by the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War.
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BE2 Replica on a porcelain mug (top image on this page)
BE2 Replica on a mousemat (top image on this page)