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Aerodrome Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 172 pictures in our Aerodrome collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

An Afternoon At Home at a Modern Flying Club by Johns Featured Print

An Afternoon At Home at a Modern Flying Club by Johns

Representative types of British light aeroplanes flying over a typical modern aerodrome. The green monoplane on the left is a Westland Widgeon, which is flying immediately above an Avro Avian from the Lancs Aero Club. Slightly above to the right is a Blackburn Bluebird from the Yorks Aero Club, which is flying beneath a Desoutter Sports Coupe, painted in orange and black, the colours of the National Flying Services. To the left is another Desoutter. The green and white biplane seen at the top of the picture on the right is a Coupe Moth whilst below it fly a yellow Gipsy Moth from the London Aeroplane Club and a blue and white Comber Swift'. Date: 9th July 1930

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gustav Hamels plane ready to leave Hendon for Windsor Featured Print

Gustav Hamels plane ready to leave Hendon for Windsor

Gustav Hamel's aeroplane ready to leave Hendon Aerodrome for Windsor on the very first airmail flight. The first aerial mail service took place on 9 September 1911 from Hendon to Windsor and back again, and Hamel was the first pilot to arrive. King George V gave permission for the aeroplanes to land in the grounds of Windsor Castle. During September 1911 the Grahame-White company operated an experimental air mail service for two weeks between Hendon and Windsor. As well commemorating the coronation of King George V, and raising money for charity, the event publicised the possibilities of the aeroplane as a means of transport. In this photograph the words AERIAL MAIL can be seen, painted under the wings of the plane

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Sempill British Aviation Mission to Japan Featured Print

Sempill British Aviation Mission to Japan

Shinto ceremony at opening of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Station at Kasumi-ga-ura, July 1921. William Francis Forbes-Sempill, 19th Lord Sempill AFC, AFRAeS (1893-1965) was a Scottish peer and record-breaking air pioneer who was later shown to have passed secret information to the Imperial Japanese military before the Second World War. In 1921, Sempill led an official military mission to Japan that showcased the latest British aircraft. In subsequent years he continued to aid the Imperial Japanese Navy in developing its Navy Air Service and began giving military secrets to the Japanese. Although his activities were uncovered by British Intelligence, Sempill was not prosecuted for spying and allowed to continue in public life. Date: 1921