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Trailer mounted Early Bristol Siddeley Viper Mk102 Engine as fitted to the Jet Provost Aircraft.
PROPLINERS British Jet props /Turbines only
BRITISH BUILT JET PROP AIRCRAFT. MOSTLY POWERED WITH ROLLS ROYCE OR BRISTOL SIDDELEY ENGINES from the worls 1st (Viscount) to the last (ATP) (note the Jetsre...
The Blackburn Buccaneer was a British low level strike aircraft serving with the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force. Designed and initially produced by Black...
"Aero L-29 Delfin at Copperstate Fly-in" Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia's first built jet trainer. Made for Warsaw countries Air Forces, in the sixties. Aero was powered by a British 'Bristol Siddeley Viper' engine.
ROLLS ROYCE POWERED AIRCRAFT
ROLLS-ROYCE TURBINE ENGINES MOSTLY THE RIVER SERIES Avon, Conway, Dart, Derwent, Spey, Tyne, Trent. also Concorde Bristol Siddeley/Rolls Royce Olympus 593 al...
Avro Vulcan XH558 Returns to the skys at RAF Waddington
The mighty roar of those four Olympus engines is heard once again in the skys over RAF Waddington as Avro Vulcan XH558 powers skyward at the 2008 airshow.
Jumbo Jet - Rolls Royce
Rolls-Royce plc is the second largest manufacturer of turbofans and is most noted for their RB211 and Trent series, as well as their joint venture engines fo...
Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah
It's a ground-running Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah, a British 7 cylinder air-cooled aircraft radial engine of 834 cu in (13,65 L) displacement. This run was ma...
Hawker Siddeley Harrier at Tangmere Aviation Museum
In terms of post-war British aircraft design the 1960s Hawker Siddeley Harrier was an incredible aircraft. Able to take off and land vertically it was unlike...
Bristol Hercules 216 sleeve valve radial engine run
First run after modifications to trailer. Slow running now fixed.
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