Flying and Aviation


Can you help build the North East England Timeline of Flying and Aviation ?

from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
023019b:Newcastle upon Tyne Aero Club Woolsington Unknown late 1930s

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
054598:Flying Competition Gosforth Park Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1911

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
022979:Gypsy Moth 'Novocasti' Newcastle upon Tyne Aero Club Cramlington Aerodrome Northern Echo 1925

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from TWAM (flickr)
Newcastle Airport September 1972

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
Royal Air Force Exhibition (1914-1918)

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Thornaby Aerodrome (1929-1958)
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Thornaby Aerodrome (1929-1958)
- Overview About RAF Thornaby   Royal Air Force Thornaby or more simply RAF Thornaby is a former Royal Air Force Station located at the Teesside town and former Borough of ...
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1911 Flying Competition, Gosforth Park
- Gosforth Park in Newcastle was one of the stops in the Round Britain Air Race which took place between 22nd July and 5th August, 1911. The competition covered a 1,000 ...
North East Land, Sea & Air Museums
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North East Land, Sea & Air Museums
- Overview About Map Street View North East Land, Sea & Air Museums (NELSAM) is located on Old Washington Road, Sunderland, SR5 3HZ. It is composed of: North East Aircraft Museum ...
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Constance Leathart (1903 - 1993)
- Overview About Constance Leathart Constance Ruth Leathart was the one of the first female pilots in Britain (the 1st outside of London) and went on to pilot military planes during ...
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Morane Saulnier Type N plane

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