Sunday, January 27, 2013

Cleaned up Photo.

Cleaned up Photo from Bounty Pub.
After cleaning up the photo which hangs in the Bounty Pub, I have done some research on British light aircraft of the 1930's and have come to the conclusion that it is most likely to be a deHavilland Moth Minor Coupe. The Moth Minor became very popular with Aero Clubs as this aircraft could be purchased for £575.0.0. Its forerunner was the experimental DH Swallow, of which only one was built in 1931.
As I mentioned before, it was well known that open spaces like Cockmarsh and Widbrook were used for practice landings and take-offs.

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