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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #22326
    But only one aircraft with a triple tail

    By the way, the Albatrosses in the background are Austrian.
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  2. #22327
    thanks for that hint

    I didn't want to count and compare the number of fuselages, engines, wings and fins, etc.

  3. #22328
    Savoia Pomiliio SP.III ???

  4. #22329
    It is the Savoia-Pomilio SP.3

    The scene shows the Italian airfield Campoformido after been taken over by Austrian forces, the Italians had destroyed their own aircraft before.
    The other biplane wrecks in the foreground are probably Sopwith Strutters.

    Over to you, Mike.

  5. #22330
    Thank you Robert.. Here's a neat little number with a ghostly pilot - can find no previous appearance -
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  6. #22331
    Partenavia P86 Mosquito from

  7. #22332
    You got it, Jim -

  8. #22333
    Thanks - on with a neat bipe
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  9. #22334
    Blackburn Bluebird I.

  10. #22335
    That's the one over to you !

  11. #22336
    Thank you, Jim. Now here's a monoplane that was advanced for its time and may have influenced another design - although if, then, you'd suggested as much, a 'letter before action' probably would have been in the post!

  12. #22337
    Nice one, Mike - the Hendy 302A. Looks like it's landed on somebody's golf course !

  13. #22338
    I didn't think that this would last long, Mike. Basil Henderson influenced the design of the Gull? 'Tis a good job that Edgar Percival's long dead. If not, the writ would be on its way! Over to Scotland.

  14. #22339
    Thanks Mike - here's another water baby -
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  15. #22340
    another view.....
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  16. #22341
    Ah ! A Dornier design - the Zeppelin- Lindau Cs 1

  17. #22342
    Ah, tricky
    I was convinced that the barely visible insignia on the wings of the first picture were Turkish.
    No wonder that this led to nothing.

    Mike, would you mind to tell the source of the first picture?

  18. #22343
    Yes Robert, both pictures (and a couple more) are from 'German Seaplane Fighters of WW1' by Jack Herris. (Aeronaut Books) A fine publication for floater freaks....great photos and 3-views.

    Over to the Chameleon

  19. #22344
    Thanks, Mike!

  20. #22345
    Thanks - here's an odd bird .....
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  22. #22347
    The BQ-2 drone it is - Over to you

  23. #22348
    Thanks Jim.

    Up next, a sport monoplane.

  24. #22349
    This was the prototype and looked different from the the others that followed.

  25. #22350
    It's the P.Z.L.19, Kevin.

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