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Tornado Collection (#4)

Background imageTornado Collection: Handley Page Victor K2 XL191 refuels a Panavia Tornado

Handley Page Victor K2 XL191 refuels a Panavia Tornado
Handley Page Victor K2, XL191, refuels a Panavia Tornado, XX946

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado in hardened aircraft shelter

Tornado in hardened aircraft shelter

Background imageTornado Collection: Air Wonder Stories scifi magazine cover, Destroyimg Waterspout

Air Wonder Stories scifi magazine cover, Destroyimg Waterspout
THE FLIGHT OF THE EASTERN STAR (Ed Earl Repp) - the powerful aircraft destroys a dangerous waterspout by flying through it

Background imageTornado Collection: Jasper Tornado USA

Jasper Tornado USA
Near Jasper, Minnesota, USA, a dramatic tornado looks set to destroy the vulnerable wooden house sitting directly in its path

Background imageTornado Collection: A tornado in South Wales, 1913

A tornado in South Wales, 1913
Page from The Illustrated London News reporting on the havoc wrought by a tornado that passed through South Wales on the night of October 27th 1913. Date: 1913

Background imageTornado Collection: The Tornado, Bleriot plane of B C Hucks

The Tornado, Bleriot plane of B C Hucks
The Tornado, Bleriot plane of Bentfield Charles Hucks, the first English pilot to loop the loop. Date: circa 1913

Background imageTornado Collection: BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Tornado formation

BAe Systems Hawks RAF Red Arrows Tornado formation
RAFAT RAF Red Arrows BAe Systems Hawks fly in Tornado formation Date: circa 1980

Background imageTornado Collection: Water tornados observed in the Mediterranean

Water tornados observed in the Mediterranean near Nice in 1789.. Water tornados observed in the Mediterranean sea near Nice in January 1789

Background imageTornado Collection: The second prototype Panavia Tornado, XX946

The second prototype Panavia Tornado, XX946

Background imageTornado Collection: Hawker Tornado, HG641, powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial

Hawker Tornado, HG641, powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial

Background imageTornado Collection: Hawker Tornado HG641 powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial

Hawker Tornado HG641 powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial
Hawker Tornado, HG641, powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial

Background imageTornado Collection: Hawker Tornado P5224

Hawker Tornado P5224
Hawker Tornado, P5224

Background imageTornado Collection: Beardmore Tornado engine

Beardmore Tornado engine mounted in the lower half of and engine car of the R101

Background imageTornado Collection: A Boeing KB-29P refuels a North American RB-45C Tornado

A Boeing KB-29P refuels a North American RB-45C Tornado which becomes the first jet bomber to be refuelled in the USA

Background imageTornado Collection: North American RB-45C Tornado

North American RB-45C Tornado

Background imageTornado Collection: North American B-45A Tornado

North American B-45A Tornado

Background imageTornado Collection: North American XB-45 Tornado first prototype

North American XB-45 Tornado first prototype

Background imageTornado Collection: Hawker Tornado HG641

Hawker Tornado HG641
Hawker Tornado, HG641, powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial

Background imageTornado Collection: Loading of weapons on the Tornado aircraft

Loading of weapons on the Tornado aircraft in combat survival kit

Background imageTornado Collection: Accessibility of fuselage-mounted LRU?s on Tornado aircraft

Accessibility of fuselage-mounted LRU?s on Tornado aircraft

Background imageTornado Collection: Accessibility of instrument panel on the Tornado aircraft

Accessibility of instrument panel on the Tornado aircraft

Background imageTornado Collection: Accessibility of radar on the Tornado aircraft

Accessibility of radar on the Tornado aircraft
Accessibility of radar on the Tornado and forward equipment bay

Background imageTornado Collection: Diagram of access panals on the Tornado aircraft

Diagram of access panals on the Tornado aircraft

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado GR1 and F2

Tornado GR1 and F2

Background imageTornado Collection: The great tornado at St. Louis, MO. and E. St. Louis, Ill s

The great tornado at St. Louis, MO. and E. St. Louis, Ill s. May 27th 1896. Date c1896 June 18

Background imageTornado Collection: The great cyclone, tornado and fire at Louisville, Kentucky

The great cyclone, tornado and fire at Louisville, Kentucky. Date c1890 May 19

Background imageTornado Collection: Instantaneous Views of a tornado

Instantaneous Views of a tornado
From photographs taken near Jamestown, Dakota, 6th June 1887 by Mr. C.L Judd, while the column was 18 miles distant and rapidly receding

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado in Kirksville, Missouri, 1889

Tornado in Kirksville, Missouri, 1889
A tornado in Kirksville, Missouri, tears off the rooves of buildings, snatching up debris into the air. Date: 27th April 1899

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado approaches Kirksville, Missouri, 1889

Tornado approaches Kirksville, Missouri, 1889
The view of East McPherson Street, Kirksville Missouri, looking south as a tornado approaches. A bungalow in its path looks set to be destroyed. Date: 27th April 1899

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado over turns house, 1886

Tornado over turns house, 1886
The overturning action of tornadoes on buildings in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The neighbours, who took the precaution of boarding their windows up, seem to have come off better. Date: April 15th 1886

Background imageTornado Collection: Family flees from tornado, 1903

Family flees from tornado, 1903
The method of protection against tornadoes in North America. A farmer and his family seek shelter in a storm cellar, a protective underground shelter to be found attached to many farm houses

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado Section C1887

Tornado Section C1887
cross-section Date: circa 1887

Background imageTornado Collection: Wizard of Oz / The Cyclone

Wizard of Oz / The Cyclone
Dorothys house gets swept up by the cyclone

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado, France C1863

Tornado, France C1863
A mother runs home with her children as a tornado approaches : this may depict the Loudun tornado of 1863

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado, N America

Tornado, N America
in North America (from a photograph)

Background imageTornado Collection: Tornado, Australia

Tornado, Australia
terrifies the populace of Roper River, Australia



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