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Claude Grahame-White with his dismantled biplane

This image shows Claude Grahame-White (wearing a scarf and leather flying cap in the foreground of the photograph) accompanying his damaged Farman Biplane to the railway station at Lichfield, from where ...

Clayton Tractor and Handley-Page Bomber

A Dorman-engined Clayton tractor towing a Handley-Page Type O bomber during the First World War. Founded by William Henry Dorman in 1870 on Foregate Street, Dorman's began by manufacturing cutting ...

Codsall Air Training Corps (ATC) 2078 Squadron, Codsall

This photograph was taken to commemorate when the Codsall ATC 2078 Squadron won the Drill Cup. The Squadron Leader W.E. Law, is pictured in the centre. Pictured standing far left is Blythe and far ...

Crashed aeroplane, near Blithfield Reservoir

A Piper Cherokee pictured following a crash near Blithfield Reservoir.

Crashed Biplane, Burton Aviation week

Brunneau De Labories' Farman Biplane after a crash landing. The Burton Aviation week was staged at Bass's Meadow in Meadow Road, Burton.

Emile Ladougne during Burton Aviation week

The Burton Aviation week was staged at Bass's Meadow in Meadow Road, Burton. Emile Ladougne is pictured here at the controls of his Goupy Biplane.

Eric Jones in Egypt

Eric Jones is second from the left in this photograph of RAF service personnel by a Lysander aircraft in Heliopolis, Egypt.. If you recognise anyone else in this view please contact us. Norman Eric ...

Farman Biplane, Burton Aviation week

Brunneau De Labories' Farman Biplane flying over Bass's Meadow, Burton. This plane was badly damaged during a crash landing shortly afterwards.

Fatal Wartime Creswell Plane Crash ( External web site link )

In the English summer of 1944, an American aircraft crashed at Creswell, Stafford, killing the pilot. The plane was piloted by 25-year old USAAF Captain John Pershing Perrin, DFC, who lost his life in ...

Fighter Plane, Hixon Airfield

Curtis Tomahawk 1686 Bomber training Flight, whose job was to simulate enemy fighters to train bomber crews to defend their aircraft. The flight was formed in July 1943 and disbanded in August 1944. The ...

Final Parade at RAF Stafford

A Hercules Transport aeroplane is pictured flying over RAF Stafford during the flag lowering ceremony at the final Parade for the Station which closed on 31 March 2006. The site was then occupied by ...

FSD Course at RAF Stafford

Among those attending the FSD (Field Supply Duties) Course 33/92 are: Cpl Hughes, Cpl Kellner, Cpl Lane, SAC Burns, SAC Hafford, SAC Johnson, SAC Maxwell, SAC Stewart, SAC Swinton, SAC Thomas, SAC Tsoi, ...

Group of dignitaries, Victoria Park, Stafford

An unidentified group of dignitaries seated in front of the bandstand in Victoria Park, Stafford. David Welch, the donor of this image, has just presented flowers to the woman seated fourth from right. ...

Gustav Hamel at Cannock

Gustav Hamel at the Central Athletic Ground, Chadsmoor, Cannock 1913. The Hardie Green Estate is now where the Athletic Ground was. Hamel's aircraft was a 50hp Bleriot monoplane, which he flew at several ...

Gustav Hamel at Longton

Gustav Hamel in his Aeroplane, Stafford

This postcard view shows Gustav Hamel, pioneer aviator pictured in his 50hp Blériot monoplane, which he flew at several locations around Staffordshire and the United Kingdom at specially arranged ...

Gustav Hamel in his Aeroplane, Stafford

This postcard view shows Gustav Hamel, pioneer aviator pictured in his 50hp Blériot monoplane, which he flew at several locations around Staffordshire and the United Kingdom at specially arranged ...

Gustav Hamel in his Aeroplane, Stafford,

Gustav Hamel with Miss Trehawke Davies. Gustav Hamel, a pioneer aviator, who performed a flying display over Lammascote Fields in 1912 at the request of Stafford Town Council. His monoplane was ...