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Seven photographs from an album.
#1 is a Tiger Moth in flight, banking.
#2 is a church
#3 is a Cessna Bobcat coming in to land.
#4 and 5 Parliament Hill
#6 is a building with a snowy street.
#7 is the national war memorial.
Captioned 'MAI…


Eight photographs from an album.
#1 is a large building in a snowy landscape
#2 is a lone farm in a snowy valley.
#3 is a horse and cart on a snowy street.
#4 is a view across a frozen river. In the distance is a township.
#5 is an airfield, the…

List one Manchester and 10 Lancasters at RAF Wigsley May - June 1943. On 106 Squadron at RAF Syerston and RAF Metheringham between June 1943 and February 1944, lists 16 Lancasters. At No 5 Lancaster Finishing School between February and November 1944…

Top left - distant line of Tiger Moths parked on snow covered airfield.
Top centre - Two airmen wearing khaki uniform and side caps standing on a path.
Top right - view across square of a large four story building with tower.
Middle left - and…

Marion's life detailed, from birth, including her days with the RAF.

Covers all postings in service including training in England and the United States and operations on 158 Squadron flying Halifax after which he was a pilot instructor.

Describes log books. Mentions August 1943 accident leading to no entries for September 1943. Gained commission in RAF in 1948. Mentions flying first jet in November 1948 and two incidents while flying and that he had shortened his name from…

Tadeusz record of flying at No 48 M.U for years 1952 to 1958. Lists aircraft types and hours by month.

Shows Gordon Mills nineteen trips as passenger or second pilot in Tiger Moth in 1941, 1942 and 1943.


Jim Eley in front of DH82 Tiger Moth, submitted with caption; “Self at Rochester. Still flying the Tiger Moth.”)

Avro Anson V5584 FD-YF flying low past five stationary DH82 Tiger Moths, submitted with caption; “No. 24 RFS, Rochester.”

Cartoon of a landed Tiger Moth with pilots standing to the side, surrounded by kittens with the caption; “Don’t ever land like that again Sutton!!” Submitted with caption; “Comical”.

Man wearing flying boots, helmet and parachute standing with his left leg on lower port wing of a two seat, single engine bi-plane. Captioned 'Geoff Maitland, Clyffe Pypard - Wiltshire'.

On the front holly surround with RAF eagle badge top left, below this '4M3, then a hand holding lightning bolts below that '44th' then at the bottom left a propeller in ring. On the right under Seasons Greetings a colour air-to-ground photograph of…

Two cuttings referring to RAF Neepawa.
Item 1 shows a Tiger Moth, a ground crew woman and two airmen.
Item 2 is an article about local businesses supporting the RAF. It also describes Commonwealth and British pilots.

Four photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is a Tiger Moth and a Harvard, captioned 'A Tiger Moth visits us'.
Photo 2 is an air-to-air view of two Harvards in the air, captioned 'Cookie's aircraft from mine. Frank in the distance'.
Photo 3 is a…

Four photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is a front view of a Tiger Moth flying just above a railway line. A second Tiger is banking behind. It is captioned 'Shoot up'.
Photo 2 is a half length portrait of an airmen, captioned 'Bob'.
Photo 3 is a…

32 airmen arranged in three rows in front of a Tiger Moth. Underneath is a caption 'Graduated from EFTS. 23.12.42'.

Four photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is a view of huts, captioned 'Station from Cookhouse'.
Photo 2 is Terry Ford at a window, standing inside a hut, captioned 'Moi'.
Photo 3 is a Tiger Moth on the ground, viewed through another biplane's…

Three photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is Alan Farrar in flying kit, standing in front of a Tiger Moth.
Photo 2 is Leo Harris in flying kit, standing in front of a Tiger Moth.
Photo 3 is an aerial photgraph of several Tiger Moths parked on a…

Photo 1 is a port side ground view of a civilian Dragon Rapide.
Photo 2 is a starboard side view of a flying Tiger Moth.

A biography of Jim Tyrie. He was called up on 1st September 1939 and learned to fly on Tiger Moths. He was shot down on his 7th operation over Berlin. In POW camp he was described as a dedicated tunneller. There is a list of the camps he was kept in…
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