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Choose from 99 pictures in our Avro 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.

Avro Lincoln Featured Print

Avro Lincoln

7th September 1948: An Avro Lincoln on display at the Farnborough Air Show. It is a heavy bomber, and has an experimental turbo propeller engine fitted in its nose. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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Avro Lincon B.2 G-APRJ Featured Print

Avro Lincon B.2 G-APRJ

Avro 694 Lincoln B.2 G-APRJ (ex RF342 / G-29-1 / G-36-3), of Napier Icing Research Limited.This Lincoln first flew on 5 June 1945 as RF342 but saw no RAF service, going straight to long-term storage, then to the Ministry of Supply in Nov 1948 and on to D Napier & Sons of Luton, for icing research work. Much of this involved mounting a wing section vertically on the top of the rear fuselage, forward of which was a rig which sprayed water on the aerofoil at altitude, so that the development of ice (and effect of countermeasures) might be studied. At the end of 1958 RF342 was sold to Napier and registered G-APRJ. However, much of its ongoing research flying was undertaken wearing the companys Class B marks G-29-1. In Nov 1962 it passed to the College of Aeronautics at Cranfield, which also conducted aerofoil trials under the Colleges Class B marks G-36-3, with sections were mounted vertically on the rear fuselage, just as with the Napier icing work. The Lincoln resumed G-APRJ in 1964 during a short stint with the Empire Test Pilots School. It was acquired (for lb1,500) by the British Historic Aircraft Museum at Southend in 1967 and flown into Southend for handover on 9 May, as G-APRJ. Date: circa 1960

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Avro Tudor 7 G-AGRX Featured Print

Avro Tudor 7 G-AGRX

Avro Tudor 7 G-AGRX at the 1947 Radlett SBAC show. The first production Tudor 2, modified on the production line to Tudor 7 standard, powered by Bristol Hercules 120 radial engines, in place of Rolls-Royce Merlin 102s. First flown on 17 April 1946 RX was used for cabin heating tests before delivery to the Ministry of Supply as VX199 in March 1949, for use by the Telecommunications Research Establishment at Defford. Date: 1947

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans