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The Handley Page H.P.42 and H.P.45 were British four-engined long-range biplane airliners designed to a 1928 Imperial Airways specification by Handley Page of Radlett in Hertfordshire. The H.P.42/45 were the land-based airliners of Imperial Airways and along with the company's later flying boats are well remembered. Eight aircraft were built, four of each type; all were named, with names beginning with the letter "H". One was destroyed in an airship hangar fire in 1937 but the remainder survived to be impressed into Royal Air Force service at the outbreak of the Second World War.
3321 days ago    24612 views     Henry Tenby
01:06
Before and during the war, Empire flying boat in-flight refueling operations were conducted using a modified Handley Page Harrow bomber as a tanker.
3321 days ago    31064 views     Henry Tenby
06:29
RAF post War Jungle Life-Line 1960s
2794 days ago    28243 views     Ken Sayers
07:10
RAF post War Jungle Life-Line Southern Asia 1960s
2794 days ago    25570 views     Ken Sayers
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An airplane movie with Jimmy Stewart from 1951. A full scale "Reindeer" was actually created for the film using a Handley Page Halifax bomber as a base. Note deer and antlers on Glynis John's stewardess cap. Halifax C MKVIII (PP296) was bought by Westminster Airways on 27/4/1949 and completed 116 tanker sorties on the Berlin airlift. It returned to its home base of Blackbushe on 26/4/1950. It was sold on for film work and used as the fictitious Reindeer aircraft (G-AFOH) and then scrapped. She was not airworthy and the flying scenes in the movie were donw with models and stop motion effects. Sadly, the "Reindeer" was scrapped shortly after filming completed.
2995 days ago    14774 views     Ken Sayers
02:13
Vickers Valiants and Handley Page Victors are seen in these RAF newsreels from the mid 1950s.
3321 days ago    21898 views     Henry Tenby
09:26
This video shows the history of both the Vulcan and Victor followed a fictional what if scenario of a strike against Soviet Russia. Some very nice Victor and Vulcan footage.
3128 days ago    25026 views     Henry Tenby
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