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Wellington Bomber Flying Over Brooklands

Wellington Bomber Flying Over Brooklands - military, circuit, bomber, wellington, war, brooklands, painting, plane, motor racing
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The Wellington bomber was designed at Brooklands by Rex Pierson using the geodetic construction principles developed by Barnes Wallis.

The prototype first flew at Brooklands in 1936, and 11,461 Wellingtons were produced, 2,515 of these at Brooklands. Its geodetic structure was able to absorb heavy damage and its flexible design made it the only multi-engined aircraft to see service throughout World War Two.
andymackie22 Uploaded by andymackie22 on . Wellington Bomber Flying Over Brooklands - Desktop Nexus Abstract Download free wallpapers and background images: Wellington Bomber Flying Over Brooklands. Desktop Nexus Abstract background ID 1792228. The Wellington bomber was designed at Brooklands by Rex Pierson using the geodetic construction principles developed by Barnes Wallis.

The prototype first flew at Brooklands in 1936, and 11,461 Wellingtons were produced, 2,515 of these at Brooklands. Its geodetic structure was able to absorb heavy damage and its flexible design made it the only multi-engined aircraft to see service throughout World War Two.
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Posted by AdeleG on 07/13/14 at 11:39 AM
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Total Downloads: 138
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Uploaded By: andymackie22
Date Uploaded: July 12, 2014
Filename: ing-Over-Brooklands.jpg
Original Resolution: 1280x883
File Size: 761.89KB
Category: Other

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