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The Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador was a high-wing cantilever monoplane with two Bristol Featured 00152 Print

The Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador was a high-wing cantilever monoplane with two Bristol

The Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador was a high-wing cantilever monoplane with two Bristol Centaurus engines with seating for up to 55 passengers.
First flown by George Errington at Christchurch, Hampshire on 10 July 1947 it suffered a number of problems during development, which resulted in only 21 being built and eventually entering service in 1951 with B.E.A.
Disposed of in 1957 they continued in service with other operators, in particular Dan-Air, until the late 1960s.
Pictured is a version fitted with Napier Eland engines, for experimental purposes, making a fly-by at Farnborough in September 1956
Aircraft Airspeed Ambassador powered by two Bristol proteus airscrew turbines taking off at the SBAC Farnborough Air Show 1956

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English Electric Lightning P1B Aircraft Arresting Test Jul 1968 English Electric Featured 00152 Print

English Electric Lightning P1B Aircraft Arresting Test Jul 1968 English Electric

English Electric Lightning P1B Aircraft Arresting Test Jul 1968
English Electric Lightning P1B XA847 undergoing trials at the Roayal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough into a simple and cheap method of stopping high speed aircraft crashing off the end of runways
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Flight100

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1960s, 1968, 20th Century, Aeroplane, Aircraft, Aviation, English Electric Lightning, Flight, Military, Plane

Banging out the new boys was a tradition in the print houses of Fleet Street for many Featured 00152 Print

Banging out the new boys was a tradition in the print houses of Fleet Street for many

Banging out the new boys was a tradition in the print houses of Fleet Street for many years during the Hot Metal Days of producing newsprint. When apprentices finished their time which was usually five years they were plastered with ink, paste and anything printers could lay their hands on

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1970s, Culture, Customs, Humour, Men, Traditions, Unusual