1) de Shelde.. dutch..
2) Soviet attempt at lifting body reentry vehicle ala X-24
3) Boeing Stratcruiser.. B-17 predecessor
4) Awful French thing.. Amiot?
5) Chinese ripoff of Tu-4 ripoff of B-29 with AWACS dome
6) Awful English thing.. Fleet "shadower".. Blackburn..
7) NA AJ-2P Savage
8) Awful French thing.. Bloch
9) Curtiss AT-9
11) Lockheed JPATS entry.. modified T-33
12) Jet powered awful French thing.. Sud-Oeust
13) Avro Canada world's first jet passenger plane
14) Avro Manchester.. Lancaster predecessor. RR Vulture steam cooled (????) engines.
15) B-17 with turboprop for XB-47D
16) The Lockheed XB-40 over the mountains near Burbank the most attractive of all Flying Fortress variants... guess..
17) NA B-45 Tornado
18) English Electric Lightning T Mk II
19) USSR Beriev flying boat
20) Bell XFM-1 Airacuda
No I din't!
Here's a random listing I did last night after the first one...
0325.. a test engineer's station in some large aircraft
0336 McCC Miserable Failure XFV-12
0361 two Czech trainer fuselages and a T-38
0355 MiG VTOL test aircraft
0304 High altitude Vickers Wellington
0317 NA Navaho ICBM
0312 Caspian Sea Monster, first version
0297 CV F6U-1 Pirate
0292 Awful English thing.. with recoiless cannon
0259 B-36 FICON
0237 Caproni Ducted Fan fighter..
It's worth grabbing all those photos for one's archives.
Joined May 2002
paul may i chalenge you
I remember seeing this plane years ago when discovery channel had the Wings show >darn I miss that show.
It has bugged me for well over a year and for the life of me I can't find a picture no matter what I try on the net.
1)world war 2 experimantal
2)twin engin >tracktor Prop<
3)wing and body blend
4)exhaust out the back of the engine narcel >added thrust<
5)was an experiment in laminar flow
6)motors never rated what was needed for top performance
7)Four blade prop
8)Tricycle landing gear
9)Almost Me-262 sparrow shapped in fuselage cross section
10)I think only 1 made
I'm bad with names but I have a prety good photograpfic memory.
Also I spell like a drunk 6 year old so please excuse my spelling.
Joined May 2002
thank you thank you thank you
thats it. Yehaa
Now your gonna make me crank up my cad for the rest of the nite.
I definatly dont have the skill >YET< to build but nothing like starting early. LOL
Thanks This is going to make my weekend studying up on this bird.
Wow, what a bunch of interesting airplanes!! Interesting, too, to see the same one several times (such as 65 and 69 - Douglas Skyshark, I think), and in some cases see the identifications IN the images.
Paul, #3 is NOT a Stratocruiser, it is a Stratoliner (Boeing model 307), and it is a derivative of the B-17 (Boeing model 299), not a predecessor. The Stratocruiser (model 377) is a B-29 (or B-50?) descendant.
Sorry to quibble, but the 307 is on my MUST do list, and I am so glad to hear that Boeing is going to restore (again) the airplane in the picture (after it's little swim in Elliot Bay earlier this year).
more recognitions ?
That 'Amiot' in picture 4 looks suspiciously like something made by Handley Page to me !
The roundels on the 'plane do not look french . . . though I could be wrong.
Picture 6- It was Airspeed that designed and built the A.S.39 Fleet Shadower in 1939.
Picture 8 - That is an Amiot - an Amiot 143, with the wheel covers missing.
030 - Blackburn Firebrand.
048 - PZL Mielec M-15 Belphegor, a Russian jet-powered crop-duster !
087 - Hawker P 1040.
113 - Latécoère 521, a 12-engined flying boat to rival the Do.X !
120 - The aircraft numbered 0705 is a Let L-200 Morava.
187 - VFW-Fokker 614.
191 - Boulton Paul P.111
192 - Boulton Paul P.120 (a development of the above).
193 - Fairy F.D.1
195 - Hawker P1081.
197 - Supermarine Type 535.
198 - Vickers Viking, re-engined with R.R. Nene turbojets. The World's first Jet Transport, flown for the first time on 25/7/48.
212 - Rutan project.
226 - Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer.
228 - Short Stirling.
247 - Supermarine Attackers.
248 - Supermarine Spiteful.
262 - Polish PZL Mielec TS-11 Iskra.
273 - Avro Lancaster used for testing a jet engine - for the Vulcan I think.
278 - BAC One-Eleven being used to test new radar.
279 - Boeing 757 Research ? ( + 280 )
322 - AIDC AT-3, this is a Taiwanese trainer.
That is enough, for now !
Yes, #279 and 280 are the first 757, with bits and pieces added to it. It was used this way to integrate the F-22 avionics. It's still looking somewhat odd but not this odd.
Some other IDs:
218 (and 217) - Saunders-Roe Princess
231 - A Lockheed P-38 on skis!
165 - also a P-38, but what he's doing that low with one engine feathered and gear up is beyond me!
158-161 Northrop XP-56 (as ID'd in 159 and 160)
149 Northrop N1M
323 Douglas XB-19
THis is too much fun - I gotta get back to work.
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