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Vintage Aircraft Photo Sets

Bleriot XI Set 1
Photographed by Martin Wilkinson
A set of 20 colour images.
E-mail file size: 1.24 Mb
Catalogue Ref: BLERIOT-SHUT-1

version 1.0

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bleriot 11 old warden A series of pictures detailing the airworthy original Bleriot based at Old Warden. Louis Bleriot was the first man to cross the English Channel by heavier-than-air flight in July 1909, using an aeroplane of this design.

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