Wonderful Flying 1927

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Item title reads: " Wonderful flying. For Royal Air Force Pageant by No. 12-the latest and fastest bombing Squadron in R.A.F."

Spittlegate, Grantham, Lincolnshire

M/S line of numbered aircraft, all biplanes. They taxi across the grass and take off in a large group. There are ground...

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Cataloguer:
Margaret
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Silent
Media URN:
33148
Sort Number:
G 1410
Time in/Out:
01:03:08:00 / 01:06:53:00
Canister:
G 1410
Film ID:
688.03
Issue Date:
27/06/1927

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