De Havilland 82b Queen Bee LF858
Photographed by Martin Wilkinson
A set of 85 colour images.
E-mail file size: 15.1 MB
Catalogue Ref: QB-LF858
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 taken at Little Gransden and East Kirkby showing airworthy Queen Bee LF858. The De Havilland DH82b Queen Bee was a derivative of the Tiger Moth, built with a wooden fuselage instead of steel tube, and intended to be operated as a radio-controlled target drone although still equipped with cockpits for manned flight.
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Queen Bee on a porcelain mug
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