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Thruxton Jackaroo
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 18, 2013
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G-AOIR (cn 82882) One of only 19 Jackaroos built, they are often considered to be Tiger Moths on which they were based. They were however substantially different. The cockpit was widened and enclosed and the fuselage lengthened to make a four seat touring aircraft and the first conversion flew in 1957
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Photo ID: 2495778
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De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 17, 2014
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G-AHAG (cn 6926) Built in 1945, I can remember this aircraft derelict at East Midlands in the late 1960s. It has been under restoration for many years and first flew again in 2013. It is seen here in the original Scillonia Airways livery making its first post restoration public appearance at the de Havilland Moth Club Rally. It looks stunning !
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De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 16, 2014
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G-ALIW (cn 82901) Some very tricky and variable crosswinds made landings challenging at the de Havilland Moth Club Rally
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Photo ID: 2494957
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De Havilland DH-87B Hornet Moth
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 16, 2014
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G-AELO (cn 8105) The prototype Hornet Moth first flew in May 1934 making this year the 80th anniversary. I was asked to set this photograph up on the lawn of Woburn Abbey with the permission of the Duke of Bedford. It has eleven of the twelve airworthy examples on the UK register present. It is in tribute to the Flying Duchess, Mary Russell, Duchess of Bedford who disappeared in her aircraft in March 1937, aged 71 years
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Photo ID: 2494910
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De Havilland DH-60G Moth
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 16, 2014
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G-AAJT (cn 1084) Built in 1930 and looking stunning, this aircraft is seen arriving at the de Havilland Moth Club Rally
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De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II
Off-Airport - Woburn Abbey
UK - England, August 17, 2013
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G-APLU (cn 85094) Seen landing at a Moth Club Rally. Sir Geoffrey de Havilland was a respected amateur entomologist and many of his aircraft designs were named after moths. This one has the Garden Tiger Moth, (Artica caja) on the fin, the insect that gave its name to the aircraft.
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