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Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Bomber; Second World War, 1939

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Bomber; Second World War, 1939
Photograph of a Royal Air Force Armstrong Whitworth Whitley bomber in flight, 1939

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Passenger Plane Imperial

Passenger Plane Imperial
An Armstrong Whitworth Ensign of Imperial Airways takes off: it has the same Dunlop tyres as the smart red motor car on the ground

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Two RAF Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy CMk1s in flight

Two RAF Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy CMk1s in flight

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Cross section of the royal yacht Britannia

Cross section of the royal yacht Britannia
A diagrammatic drawing of H.M.V Britannia, the royal yacht, first launched in 1953 and decommissioned in 1997. Featured in the Royal Wedding Number of The Illustrated London News in May 1960 as it

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Three RAF Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy CMk1s in flight

Three RAF Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy CMk1s in flight, including XP411 and XP412

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Gloster Meteor F8 WA820

Gloster Meteor F8 WA820
Gloster Meteor F8, WA820, was used to test two Armstrong Siddeley Saphire axial-flow turbojets

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Tatler Royal Wedding Souvenir Number, 1960

Tatler Royal Wedding Souvenir Number, 1960
Front cover of The Tatler celebrating the royal wedding between Princess Margaret and Tatler photographer, Anthony Armstrong-Jones (later Earl Snowdon) at Westminster Abbey on 6 May 1960

Background imageArmstrong Collection: 1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad

1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad
Six photographs illustrating the development of the motor car over a period of 27 years starting with the old Siddeley of 1903 next to its latest descendant of the time

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Newcastle / Swing Bridge

Newcastle / Swing Bridge
The opening of the new swing bridge at Newcastle-on-Tyne on June 15th 1876. The bridge was designed by William Armstrong

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Wm Armstrong / Cragside

Wm Armstrong / Cragside
SIR WILLIAM GEORGE ARMSTRONG Baron Armstrong Engineer, inventor and arms manufacturers home, Cragside, Rothbury

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Tatler cover, Countess of Rosse

Tatler cover, Countess of Rosse
The Countess of Rosse, formerly Anne Messel, sister of designer Oliver Messel. She was married to Ronald Armstrong-Jones in 1925, with whom she had a daughter and a son

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong

Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong
Music cover, Hello, Dolly! Words and music by Jerry Herman, recorded by Louis Armstrong. 1963

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones with Queen Mot

Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones with Queen Mot
Princess Margaret and her fiance, Anthony Armstrong-Jones pictured together with the Queen Mother at the Royal Lodge, Windsor shortly after the announcement of their engagement

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones

Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones
Princess Margaret and her fiance, Anthony Armstrong Jones pictured together at the Royal Lodge in Windsor where they were staying with the Queen Mother shortly after the announcement of their

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal wedding cake for Princess Margaret

Royal wedding cake for Princess Margaret
The official wedding cake presented by J. Lyons for the wedding of Princess Margaret to Antony Armstrong-Jones in May 1960. Date: 1960

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Wedding of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones

Wedding of Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones
The Royal Wedding - 6th May 1960 - The Wedding of Princess Margaret (1930-2002) and Anthony Armstrong Jones (1st Earl of Snowdon 1930-), pictured with the Best Man Doctor Roger W

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW15 Atalanta G-ABTI

Armstrong Whitworth AW15 Atalanta G-ABTI
Armstrong Whitworth AW15 Atalanta, G-ABTI, after Brackles delivery flight to begin Imperial Airways new service at Cape Town

Background imageArmstrong Collection: First Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy Series 100 G-AOZZ

First Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy Series 100 G-AOZZ
The first Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy Series 100, G-AOZZ

Background imageArmstrong Collection: The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I V1599

The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I V1599
The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I, V1599, became the prototype STI

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Anthony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon) - Florence

Anthony Armstrong Jones (Lord Snowdon) - Florence
Anthony Armstrong Jones (1st Earl Snowdon) (1930 - ) - photographed with friends outside the Archbishops Palace on Piazza San Giovanni in Florence

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Natasha Parry on Tatler cover 1957

Natasha Parry on Tatler cover 1957
Actress Natasha Parry, wife of director Peter Brook, featured on the front cover of The Tatler and Bystander magazine, 20 November 1957

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy Series 222 of BEA

Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy Series 222 of BEA

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Whitley production

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley production

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Avro Lincoln RF403 testbed

Avro Lincoln RF403 testbed
Avro Lincoln, RF403, testbed for the Armstrong Siddeley Python turboprop. This aircraft was scrapped in Australia in 1958 following high altitude bombing trials at Woomera. Date: 1958

Background imageArmstrong Collection: CUSTER, George Armstrong (1839-1876). American

CUSTER, George Armstrong (1839-1876). American

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Anthony Armstrong Jones

Anthony Armstrong Jones
Anthony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl Snowdon, born 1930, English photographer, pictured visiting the London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane the week before his wedding to Princess

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Bystander cover - Mrs Ronald Armstrong-Jones

Bystander cover - Mrs Ronald Armstrong-Jones
Mrs Ronald Armstrong-Jones, formerly Anne Messel (later Parsons). She was married to Ronald Armstrong-Jones, with whom she had a daughter and a son, before she married Michael Parsons

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal Air Force - Armstrong Whitworth Argosy C. 1 XN857

Royal Air Force - Armstrong Whitworth Argosy C. 1 XN857
Royal Air Force - Armstrong Whitworth Argosy C.1 XN857, of RAF Transport Command at the 1964 SBAC Farnborough Air Show. Date: 1964

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Anthony Armstrong Jones - portrait of the bridegroom

Anthony Armstrong Jones - portrait of the bridegroom
Anthony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones (born 1930), 1st Earl Snowdon, husband of Princess Margaret and photographer. Page of pictures of him featured in the ILN Royal Wedding Number commemorating his

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Fought to a Finish

Fought to a Finish: A Remarkable Exploit on a Blazing Plane An illustration by Joseph Simpson of an incident described by Mr Boyd Cable (newspaper correspondent Ernest Andrew Ewart)

Background imageArmstrong Collection: A Winters Tale - on board the motor ship Venus

A Winters Tale - on board the motor ship Venus
A spread from The Tatler featuring photographs by Anthony Armstrong Jones and recorded the numerous passengers on board the " Venus" which was heading to Madeira in January 1952

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Tank / Comet Cruiser

Tank / Comet Cruiser
A British Vickers-Armstrong Comet Cruiser tank undergoes tests

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy E.1 XN816

Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy E.1 XN816
Royal Air Force - Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy E.1 XN816 (msn 6745), of No.115 Squadron, part of No.90 (Signals) Group, at RAF Cottesmore. Date: 1970

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy 102 N896U

Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy 102 N896U (msn 6651), of the Alaska Bureau of Land Management Date: circa 1985

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug

Armstrong Whitworth Sea Slug, surface-to-air missile at the SBAC Farnborough airshow on 6 September 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF.14 7937M / WS843

Armstrong Whitworth Meteor NF.14 7937M / WS843, at the RAF Museum Cosford on 30 December 1991. Date: 1991

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy T.1 8442M / XP411

Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy T.1 8442M / XP411 (msn 6766), at the RAF Museum Cosford. Date: circa 1990

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal Air Force Avro Shackleton MR. 3 Phase 3 XF701

Royal Air Force Avro Shackleton MR. 3 Phase 3 XF701
Royal Air Force Avro Shackleton MR.3 Phase 3 XF701. The MR.3 Phase 3 had Armstrong Siddeley Viper auxiliary turbojet engines under the outboard engine nacelles

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, second production batch

Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, second production batch
Armstrong Whitworth FK3, 5519, from the second production batch

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Siddeley Lynx 7-cylinder radial engine

Armstrong Siddeley Lynx 7-cylinder radial engine, rear view Date: 1920s

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine
Wright J65 (Armstrong Siddeley) Sapphire turbojet engine. The Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire was a British turbojet engine licence- Built in the United States by Curtiss-Wright of the Wright

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal Air Force Supermarine Swift FR. 5 WK281

Royal Air Force Supermarine Swift FR. 5 WK281
Royal Air Force Supermarine Swift FR.5 WK281. Built by Vickers Armstrong and delivered on 5 November 1956, WK281 joined No 79 Squadron at RAF Gutersloh

Background imageArmstrong Collection: First Day Cover Commemorating the Moon Landing on July 20, 1969

First Day Cover Commemorating the Moon Landing on July 20, 1969. Armstrong walked on the surface on July 21. Date: 1969

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Squadron Leader Eric George Franklin, OBE - Chief Test Pilot

Squadron Leader Eric George Franklin, OBE - Chief Test Pilot
Sqn Ldr Eric George Franklin, OBE, DFC, AFC, Chief Test Pilot Armstrong Whitworth

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIIA, J8623

Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIIA, J8623

Background imageArmstrong Collection: The Elswick Works on the River Tyne, early 1900s

The Elswick Works on the River Tyne, early 1900s

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - the electrically

Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - the electrically controlled boat

Background imageArmstrong Collection: Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - force of a 110 ton Elswick gun

Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 - force of a 110 ton Elswick gun



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