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|A three-view drawing (700 x 687)|
| ENGINE||1 x 225hp Sunbeam 8-cylinder water-cooled in-line engine|
| Wingspan||19.81 m||65 ft 0 in|
|Tim Searle, e-mail, 15.07.2009 23:36|
There is a little more in Jackson's book on Avro aircraft: well, 4 lines of text plus lower span extra to this page. Very little was known in 1965 about it; might be worth checking the most recent ed of his book to see if anything more turned up. Jackson has the same g /a and probably originated it. L.E Bradford gets the credit. He has no photo.
On folders: yes quite a few. The 519 and the 529 for example, but not all g /a diagrams show the folded config. Look for little triangular features in the upper wing which you take out before folding: the Aldershot (in Jackson) is one of several.
|Martin Giles, e-mail, 29.05.2009 06:36|
Does "anyone" have information on this aircraft. Bruce (British Aeroplanes 1914-1918)claims that only the fact of its existence has survived. I have seen no other photographs than the one shown here. Who did the 3-view, and was it based on the photo???? Did AVRO ever build a "folder"?
Do you have any comments?
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