RMTTY54M–A man looking at the website logo for energy company Avro on his phone in front of his gas cooker (editorial use only)
RMAAK9AC–Aerial view of AVRO Vulcan bombers on ground at A V Roe works Woodford Cheshire England c1963 1964. JMH0341
RMGG2F8H–'Avro 504' airplane. First flight: 1913. The 'Avro 504' was used by the Royal Air Force as a trainer until 1928. 20thC England - World War I
RMG8AGME–An AVRO 504 K fighter of 1915, still airworthy and in the Shuttleworth veteran plane collection, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
RM2JPPNMT–Avro York Mk 1, circa 1948
RM2F747PJ–Memorial to the crew members killed in the crash of a wartime RAF Avro Lancaster in Colchester, Essex, UK. Second World War commemoration site
RMHEX9RJ–ication (,),Avro 626
RMCPHRPP–The British transport aircraft Avro 'York', 1943
RM2F4TRGF–This is what you are making: British, WW2, manufacturing motivational poster, Mighty Machine of British workmanship, showing the cross section of an Avro Lancaster I bomber aircraft, 1942-1945
RMA2JN13–AVRO LANCASTER from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
RMET4WNW–The famous Avro Lancaster Bomber pictured at Blackpool. 19th November 1971.
RMH3WNYC–Photograph of an Avro 529 World War One British bomber plane. Dated 20th Century
RME0R17E–Sep. 09, 1957 - Avro - Vulcan bomber squadron of the RAF. in tarining. worlds largest delta aircraft. Men of no. 83 squadron R.A.F. are being trained at R.A. F. wadding ton on the largest delta aircraft in the world - the Avro Vulcan - the medium range bomber known as the ''Flying triangle'' It is the first delta to have found jet engines - in this case the Bristol Olympus two spool turbo - jet. the aircraft carriers a crew of five -two pilots two navagatroes and an air electronics officer .The Vulcan has a wing span f 99 ft. and length of 97 ft
RMF58MAH–The aircraft Avro Tudor 8
RM2G1EJBE–transport / transportation, aviation, military, bomber Avro 694 Lincoln B I, in service 1945 - 1967, EDITORIAL-USE-ONLY
RMEAK7FY–1950s, historical, members of the press congregate outside underneath the cockpit of the new fighter jet-powered delta wing strategic bomber, The Avro Vulcan B.2, at its press launch, England, UK.
RM2H57E7P–WW2 LANCASTER BOMBER 1944 Avro Lancaster bomber 'S for Sugar', of No 467 Squadron,is being prepared and loaded with ordnance including a ‘blockbuster bomb’ for its 97th ! ! ( see fuselage for bomb runs scored) operational sortie at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire. UK World War II RAF Nazi Germany Bombing campaign
RMKAYJ7A–An illustration from the Boys Own Annual 1932-33 - An war time air fight between two bi-planes (one marked Avro)
RMD9X1ND–AVRO 504 biplane early 1900s
RMPBTGWA–Avro Avian G-EBTU, named 'Red Rose' during the flight from London to Australia in 1928, piloted by Jessie Miller and Bill Lancaster.
RM2JJG7K2–Avro Lancaster B Mark I, R5620 of No. 83 Squadron RAF, leads the queue of aircraft waiting to take off from Scampton, Lincolnshire, on the 'Thousand-Bomber' raid to Bremen, Germany. This British four-engined heavy bomber was the only aircraft to be lost by the Squadron that night.
RMG4DWRB–An Avro Vulcan in flight on it's last scramble from RAF Waddington to mark the retirement of the bomber after more then 25 years
RMBGRW6A–Avro Lancaster bomber at air show 2009 UK
RM2CE1EHD–1910 Avro Triplane IV (replica) in Suttleworth Collection, Suttleworth Estate, Old Warden, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom
RMB7KCPP–AVRO STIRLING Loading bombs at an RAF squadron during WW2
RMET4WP9–The famous Avro Lancaster Bomber pictured at Blackpool. 19th November 1971.
RM2CYW34T–An Avro Lancaster Bomber Flying over Howden reservoir dam wall Derwent Valley Derbyshire Peak District National Park derbyshire England UK GB Europe
RME0R1RE–Sep. 19, 1957 - Avro-Vulcan Bomber Squadron of The R.A.F. Training Air-To-Air At R.A.F. Waddington. Men of No. 83. Squadron R.A.F. are being trained at R.A.F. Waddington on the largest delta aircraft in the world - the Avro Vulcan - the medium range bomber known as the ''flying triangle''.. It is the first delta to have four jet engines - in this case the Bristol Olympus Two Spool turbo-jet.. The aircraft carries a crew of five - two pilots - two navigators and an air electronics officer.. The Vulcan has a wing span of 99ft. and a length of 9ft.
RMF52B7K–The airliner Avro Tudor 5, Gatow , UK
RM2FN4A9K–transport / transportation, aviation, military, bomber Avro 694 Lincoln B I, in service 1945 - 1967, EDITORIAL-USE-ONLY
RM2KG45EJ–1949, historical, Avro Lancaster bomber on an airfield at RAF Ternhill. near Market Drayton, Shropshire, England, UK.
RMP2D46A–1940's Vintage WW2 Recruitment Poster for The RAF asking for air crew to join in the war effort against Nazi Germany Aircraft featured in schematic silhouette is the renowned Avro Lancaster a British four-engined Second World War heavy bomber designed and manufactured by Avro, known as The Lancaster Bomber
RMWJBBKD–Avro Vulcan MkII XM603.1963.
RMD9X1NC–AVRO 504A biplane accident early 1900s
RM2FMC60J–A line up of British RAF, Royal Air Force, Avro Tutor biplane aircraft at The Empire Air Day in Halton, England, in May 1937.
RMHXE8YK–1948 British advertisement for the Avro Athena Advanced Trainer.
RMG4DWRH–Two Avro Vulcan's in flight on the planes last scramble from RAF Waddington to mark the retirement of the bomber after more then 25 years
RMAKWCXE–an Avro Lancaster Bomber at Rougham airshow August 2006 in Suffolk, UK
RM2BWBHDB–An Avro machine rounding the pylon at Hendon on July 5th 5 July 1919
RMHDHA6W–EI-RJI Cityjet British Aerospace Avro RJ85 - cn E2346 at Schiphol crossing motorway A5 towards runway 36L pic1
RMBPT6E5–Avro Vulcan bomber, Vulcan delta wing warplane with bomb doors open
RMF6TG9E–Lancaster Avro bomber WW2 1943 advert
RMARJFR3–AVRO LANCASTER from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. The Lancaster was the main bomber of the RAF in World War Two
RMET4WPB–The famous Avro Lancaster Bomber pictured at Blackpool. 19th November 1971.
RMR9PX5J–A man looks at his iPhone which displays the Avro Energy logo (Editorial use only).
RME12GYP–Jan. 10, 2012 - Avro-Vulcon Bomber Squadron of R.A.F. World's Largest De Aircraft: Man of the No. 83 Squadron R.A.F. being trained at Wadington - on the largest delta aircraft in the World - the Avro Vulcan - the medium range bomber known as the ''flying triangle'' is the first delta to have four jet engines in the Carries a crew of Olympus two pool tum boo-jet. The around carried a crew of the - two pilots - two navigators and an air electronic officer. The Vulcan has a wing span of 99ft. and a of 97ft. Three of the six crews of the Squadron will represent the R.A.F
RMKMMW2D–Avro Anson B22 aircraft radio station, UK 1940s
RMMYB78F–1940s, historical, the AVRO Tudor 1 aircraft parked on the runway at a small airport, England, UK. A. V Roe & Co, known as AVRO was the famous British designer and builder of the WW2 Lancaster and Lincoln planes. The Tudor's aircraft's development was supported by the British government's Ministry of Supply who believed the civil aviation industry was important to the nation.
RM2H57D8X–LANCASTER BOMBER SERVICE PERSONNEL WW2 all RAF personnel required to keep an Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command flying on war operations, taken at Scampton, Lincolnshire, 11 June 1942. Remarkable record of the various people and duties required during World War II to keep aircraft airborne and in vital brave airborne action against Nazi Germany
RMWJBB6N–Avro Vulcan MkII XM603.1963.
RMD9X1NA–AVRO 504 Scottish Aircraft Company early 1900s
RM2B4TBM3–A vintage 1928 black and white photograph showing an Avro 536 Biplane, registration G-EBOF, belonging to Surrey Flying Services. Photograph taken at Croydon. This aeroplane was used mainly for pleasure flights between 1926 and 1929.
RMH7WYY1–1925 British advertisement for A. V. Roe & Co. Ltd. (Avro)
RMG4BP9Y–Avro Vulcan VX770, the first prototype of Avro's new strategic bomber, on a flight near London. It is on a practice flight for the fly-past to take place on July 15th, when the Queen reviews the Royal Air Force at Odiham, Hampshire.
RMJ0FRRX–Avro Lincoln test bed for the Naiad engine RF530
RM2BW94DK–An Avro Avianat ( G-AAWH ) gives a display to the crowd at the Dartford Carnival in Kent . 1937
RMHDHA6Y–EI-RJI Cityjet British Aerospace Avro RJ85 - cn E2346 at Schiphol crossing motorway A5 towards runway 36L pic2
RMBPT4PD–Avro Vulcan bomber, Vulcan delta wing warplane at Farnborough Airfield in Hampshire, England.
RMF6TG95–Avro Manchester bomber WW 2 advert
RME5CCWR–Avro Anson C.19 rolling out after landing at Farnborough Airshow 2014
RMET6TMN–The famous Avro Lancaster Bomber pictured at Blackpool. 19th November 1971.
RMR9PW6T–A man looks at his iPhone which displays the Avro Energy logo (Editorial use only).
RME0R17D–Sep. 09, 1957 - Avro - Vulcan boomer squadron of the R.a.f. in training. Air to air view at r.a.f .wadding-ton. Men of no. 83 squadron R.A.F. are being trained at R.A. F. wadding ton on the largest delta aircraft in the world - the Avro Vulcan - the medium range bomber known as the ''Flying triangle'' It is the first delta to have found jet engines - in this case the Bristol Olympus two spool turbo - jet. the aircraft carriers a crew of five -two pilots two navagatroes and an air electronics officer .The Vulcan has a wing span f 99 ft. and length of 9 1/2 ft
RMKMMW3Y–Avro Anson B22 aircraft radio station, UK 1940s
RMRYETCC–transport / transportation, aviation, military, strategic bomber Avro Vulcan of the British Royal Air Force, in the air, circa 1954, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2KFGGNK–1948, historical, an RAF pilot waving from the cockpit of an Avro Lancaster Bomber at RAF Ternhill, Longford Camp, Market Drayton, England, UK. Designed by Roy Chadwick, the Lancaster was a WW2 heavy bomber made by Avro (A.V. Roe and Company), a British manufacturer founded in 1910 in Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK. The prototype of the Lancaster made its maiden flight in January 1941. The aircraft had a seven-made crew, with its average age being only 22 years old.
RM2J4T251–LANCASTER BOMBER WW2 BREMEN NAZI GERMANY RAF bombing run by Avro Lancaster of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron flying over the smoke-covered target area during a daylight attack on the oil refinery and storage depot of the Deutsche Vacuum AG at Bremen by 133 Lancasters of No. 1 Group and 6 De Havilland Mosquitos of No. 8 Group, 21 March 1945. World War II
RM2E30MB6–An Avro Shackleton AEW2 of 8 Sqn RAF on patrol in 1987. This unit was the last user of the Avro Shackleton which it operated in the Airborne Early Warning role, 'the Shack' evolved through the Avro Manchester, Lancaster and Lincoln Bombers. It first flew in 1949 and entered service with the Royal Air Force in 1951 being retired 1991 the South African Air Force also operated the Shackleton between 1957 to 1984.
RMD9X1R3–AVRO Duigan Biplane, Humber Works, Coventry early 1900s
RM2AT6ATG–A line up of British Royal Air Force Avro Vulcan B.2 Bombers, taken at RAF Scampton on 11th May 1961. Aircraft include XJ783, XH554, XH563, XJ821, XH558. All painted in the all white anti-flash colour scheme.
RM2G9CW1X–1955 British advertisement for the Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck twin jet fighter aircraft.
RMG4MRHX–A No.9 Sqd Avro Lancaster I, R5700 WS-N, on the runway at RAF Waddington in early 1942. This aircraft was reported missing during Ops over Hanover on the 23rd September, 1943. The plane had been shot down and had crashed at Bad Munder-am-Deister, 25km SW of Hannover. None of the crew survived. They were buried in the local War Cemetery, which is known as the 'Limmer Friedhof.'
RMJ0FRRY–Avro Lincoln test bed for the Naiad engine RF402
RMD8A646–AVRO ALDERSHOT PLANE
RM2BWFHE5–The Antarctic Avro . The Avro Antarctic aeroplane , which is to be taken on the Quest for the Shackleton Antarctic Expedition , photographed at the St Katherine 's Dock with the Quest in the background . 2 September 1921
RMCNRJ9X–Avro 638 Club Cadet (G-ACNY), at Heston 1934
RME6R526–The Avro ‘sisters’ - Vulcan XH558, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster PA474 and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Muse
RM2GXT9FD–An Avro Lancaster bomber dropping a ten ton grand slam bomb. This was a very high charge bomb that was used against difficult precision targets such as submarine pens and bridges. It was designed by Barnes Wallis.
RMEY020E–Avro Vulcan B2 XH558 displaying at RIAT 2015, Fairford, UK. Credit: Antony Nettle/Alamy Live News
RMET6WPP–The famous Avro Lancaster Bomber pictured at Blackpool. 19th November 1971.
RM2A2WXJH–Negative - Albury, New South Wales, circa 1922, An Avro aeroplane used by Bert Hinkler
RME10J4M–Mar. 03, 1973 - Indian Airlines Avro trainer-plane which crashed into a house in Secundrabad (Andhra Pradesh) on March 15, 1973, killing all the three occupants. It also led to the resignation of the Union Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism Dr. Karan Singh which has since been rejected by Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Our photo shows the engine and cockpit buried in the house while the body lands on top of a building.
RMKMMNJT–Inside the Avro Anson T22 Radio Trainer, UK 1950s
RMRYJ7F8–transport / transportation, aviation, aircraft, Avro 685 York of No 511 Squadron, Royal Air Force, international air show, Ruzyne Airport near Prague, 7.9.1947, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2KFGGNA–1948, historical, an RAF pilot waving from the cockpit of an Avro Lancaster Bomber sat on a field at RAF Ternhill, Longford Camp, Market Drayton, England, UK. Designed by Roy Chadwick, the Lancaster was a WW2 heavy bomber made by Avro (A.V. Roe and Company), a British manufacturer founded in 1910 in Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK. The prototype of the Lancaster made its maiden flight in January 1941. The aircraft had a seven-made crew, with its average age being only 22 years old.
RM2B6CRMC–Vintage WW2 Directorate of Accident Prevention Poster 'Make your check - or break your neck!' featuring two pilots inside the cockpit of their aircraft with one pilot going through a check list and the other pilot saying 'O.K. Skip it! I know this kite backwards!' and another image below showing their Avro Lancaster plane in flames after crashing in a desert, the text above and below. Printed for Her Majesty Stationery Office by Hudson Scott & Sons Ltd., Carlisle. UK, 1940s, designer: Bryant,
RMWHERM8–An Avro Shackleton AEW2 of 8 Sqn RAF after conducting an air defence exercise over the North Sea with a Royal Navy destroyer in 1987. The Shackleton served with the RAF from 1951 to 1991 originally in the anti submarine role before being replaced by the jet powered Nimrod in the 1970s. Several of the type were converted into Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft and were retired from service in 1991. The Shackleton was a derivative of the Lincoln bomber which its self was derived from the Avro Lancaster
RMD9X1R4–AVRO Duigan Biplane, Humber Works, Coventry early 1900s
RMRTTGPE–A Royal Canadian Air Force, RCAF, Avro CF-100 Canuck fighter jet, serial number 18288. The CF-100 was a Canadian twinjet interceptor/fighter serving during the Cold War both in NATO bases in Europe and as part of NORAD. The CF-100 was the only Canadian-designed fighter to enter mass production, serving primarily with the Royal Canadian Air Force and Canadian Armed Forces and also in small numbers in Belgium. For its day, the CF-100 featured a short takeoff run and high climb rate, making it well suited to its role as an interceptor.
RM2E40R3N–1975 RAF Finningley air display airshow 1975 The Avro Vulcan later Hawker Siddeley Vulcan bomber is a jet-powered tailless delta wing high-altitude strategic bomber, which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984. This is a Strategic bomber or Vulcan bomber XM597 flying at Finningley Air Show in 1975 The photo is taken 20 Sep 1975 at an air show at RAF Finningley airfield Doncaster South Yorkshire England UK GB Europe. This Vulcan Bomber XM597 is on display at the national museum of flight, East Fortune near Edinburgh Scotland UK
RMGBDX8B–Plane crash. The British Airways Avro RJ100 aircraft, on the runway after crash landing at London City Airport tonight.
RMJ0FRPM–Napier Nomad engine installed in Avro Lincoln flying test bed ready for ground test running
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