Aviation Photo #2174525: Armstrong Whitworth AW-660 Argosy C1 - UK - Air Force
Even in 1966, Kai Tak had "jumbos". Picture was taken by my late father [Kodak Print] - Photo taken at Hong Kong - Kai Tak International (HKG / VHHH) [CLOSED] in Hong Kong, China in May, 1966.
Aviation Photo #1246409: Armstrong Whitworth AW-650 Argosy 222 - Safe Air Cargo
Just over the road from the RNZAF base at Woodbourne, this immaculately displayed machine is preserved by The Argosy Trust outside a cafe, recalling the period when it often operated from the airfield. Originally G-ASXN with BEA, it later went to Transair in Canada and then to NZ in 1974. A careful study of Google Earth back home had established that I'd get the best sun angle in the morning, but it was cloudy then. Note plastic owl bird scarer on the wing! - Photo taken at Blenheim [OFF…
Aviation Photo #0012805: Armstrong Whitworth AW-650 Argosy 222 - IPEC Aviation
The "Whistling Wheelbarrow"..one of IPEC's Argosy Freighters at Brisbane (Eagle Farm) - Photo taken at Brisbane (- Eagle Farm) (BNE / YBBN) in Queensland, Australia on May 31, 1980.
Aviation Photo #0723996: Armstrong Whitworth AW-650 Argosy 222 - BEA - British European Airways Cargo
Taxiing out for a 06 departure.First time on A.net - Photo taken at Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC) in England, United Kingdom in 1969.
Handley Page Halifax Mk I.
RAF BOMBER COMMAND. Handley Page Halifax Mk I L7245, the second prototype aircraft, at Radlett, Hertfordshire, 1940. Part of: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR CENSORSHIP BUREAU LIBRARY OF PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS Source: © IWM (HU 107763)
Hawker Hurricane of No. 56 Squadron.
ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND. Hawker Hurricane of No. 56 Squadron flying at low level, April 1940. Part of: MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR CENSORSHIP BUREAU LIBRARY OF PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS Source: © IWM (HU 104753)