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   British & Colonial Aeroplane Company Ltd.
   Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd.
   Bristol Aircraft Ltd



History

What was to become the Bristol Aeroplane Company was founded in Bristol, Somerset, on 19 February 1910, by Sir George White (b. Kingsdown, Bristol, 28 March 1854 – d. Stoke Bishop, Bristol, 22 November 1916), chairman of the Bristol Tramway and Carriage Company, along with his son Stanley and his brother Samuel, to commercially exploit the fast-growing aviation sector. In 1904, the year White was knighted, he read an article in the Bristol Daily Mercury about the Wright brothers’ recent flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. He kept tabs on the developments in heavier-than-air flight and, in 1909, had the opportunity of seeing Wilbur Wright flying in the South of France. In 16 February 1910 he announced to a meeting of the Bristol Tramways shareholders that he proposed, at his own financial risk, to invest in aviation. On that same day the companies of the Bristol Aeroplane Company, the Bristol Aviation Company, the British and Colonial Aeroplane Company, and the British and Colonial Aviation Company were registered by him. White started trading as the British and Colonial Aeroplane Company. Unlike most aviation companies at the time, which were started by enthusiasts with little financial backing or business ability, British and Colonial was from its outset well-funded and run by experienced businessmen. Sir George established the business as a separate company from the Bristol Tramway Company because he considered that such a venture would be seen as too risky by many shareholders, and the new company's working capital of £25,000 was subscribed entirely by Sir George, his brother, and his son. Nevertheless, as might be expected, the affairs of the two companies were closely connected, and the company's first premises were two former tram sheds at Filton deemed suitable for aircraft manufacture, leased from the Bristol Tramway Company. Additionally, key personnel for the new business were recruited from the employees of the Tramway Company, including George Challenger as chief engineer and works manager. A flying school was also established, with premises at Brooklands, managed by Archibald R. Low, and also at Larkhill on Salisbury Plain. These flying schools came to be regarded as some of the best in the world by 1914, when 308 of the 664 Royal Aero Club certificates issued to date had been gained at the Company's schools. Also in February 1911 Deutsche Bristol-Werke was established at Halberstadt, Germany, to operate a flying school and build Bristol airplanes. This arrangement canceled on June 23, 1914, the company having been renamed Halberstädter Flugzeugwerke GmbH in September 1913. This company went on to produce Halberstadt aircraft under the design leadership of Burkhardt and Voigt.

The Company's initial manufacturing venture was to be a licensed and improved version of an aircraft manufactured in France by the Société Zodiac, a biplane designed by Gabriel Voisin. One example was bought and shipped to England to be shown at the Aero Show at Olympia in March 1910, and construction of five more was started at Filton. It was then taken to Brooklands for flight trials, where it immediately became apparent that it had an unsatisfactory wing-section and insufficient power, and even though Bristol fitted it with a new set of wings it could only manage a single brief hop on 28 May, after which it was abandoned. Work then began on designing a successor and drawings were prepared by George Challenger for an aircraft based on a successful design by Henri Farman. Construction was authorized for twenty examples and the first made its initial flight on 30 July at Larkhill, piloted by Maurice Edmonds. The first batch equipped the two training schools as well as demonstration aircraft, and the aircraft, nicknamed the Bristol Boxkite went on to become a commercial success, 76 being built in all. Many served in the Company's flying schools and examples were sold to the War Office as well as a number of foreign governments.

Although satisfactory by the standards of the day, the Boxkite was not capable of much further development and work was started on two new designs, a small tractor configuration biplane, and a monoplane. Both of these were exhibited at the 1911 Aero Show at Olympia but neither was flown successfully. At this time both Challenger and Low left the company to join the newly established aircraft division of the armament firm Vickers. Their place was taken in June 1911 by Pierre Prier, the former chief instructor at the Bleriot flying school at Hendon, later joined by Eric Gordon England. In January 1912 the Romanian engineer Henri Marie Coandă arrived from France and was appointed as chief designer, Gordon England leaving later that same year. Also at this time a seperate and highly secret design office, the "X-Department", was set up to work on the ideas of Dennistoun Burney for naval aircraft. Frank Barnwell was taken on as the design engineer for this project, taking over as Bristol's chief designer when both Coandă and Prier left the company in October 1914 to return to France. Meanwhile, the company expanded rapidly, opening a second factory at the Brislington tramway works, employing 200 people by the outbreak of the First World War.

The outbreak of war in August 1914 led to orders being placed for the Barnwell designed Scout. Partly as a result, Barnwell returned from service in France in August 1915, his skills as pilot being of considerably less value than his ability as a designer. One of his first decisions was to recruit a technical assistant to work with him on new projects. He interviewed Leslie G. Frise, who had just graduated from Bristol University, and persuaded him to resign his R.N.A.S. commission to join the Company; together in September 1915 they laid out the preliminary design of a twin-engined local defence two-seater to a War Office requirement. This, the T.T.A., promised to fulfil all the requirements, and was smaller than the F.E.4 designed at Farnborough to do the same job. The first T.T.A. was flown to Upavon on 11 May for trials by A.LD. pilots and was better than the F.E.4's performance in spite of the reduced power available, but the design was adversely criticised on other grounds and not recommended for squadron service. Despite this setback, in 1916 work was started the Bristol F.2A, eventually developed into the highly successful F.2B Bristol Fighter, one of the outstanding aircraft of the 1914-18 war and a mainstay of the R.A.F during the 1920s: it remained in service until 1931. Another aircraft designed at this time was the Bristol Monoplane Scout. Although popular with pilots, the success of this aircraft was limited by the War Office prejudice against monoplanes and only 130 were built. It was considered that its relatively high landing speed of 50 mph made it unsuitable for use under the field conditions of the Western Front, and the type's active service was limited to the Near East.

By the end of the war, the Company employed over 3000 at its production works at Filton and Brislington. Its products had always been referred to by the name 'Bristol' and this was formalized in 1920, when British and Colonial was liquidated and its assets transferred to the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd. At this time the Company, acting under a certain amount of pressure from the Air Ministry, bought the aero-engine division of the bankrupt Cosmos Engineering Company, based in the Bristol suburb of Fishponds, to form the nucleus of a new aero-engine operations. There was already a good working relationship between Bristol Aircraft and Cosmos, the Cosmos Jupiter having been first flown in a prototype Bristol Badger in May 1919. The Jupiter engine eventually proved enormously successful. During the inter-war period the aero-engine division was more successful than the parent company and Bristol came to dominate the market for air-cooled radial engines. Apart from providing engine for almost all Bristol's aircraft designs, the Jupiter and its successors powered an enormous number of aircraft built by other manufacturers. The most successful product during this period from the airframe side of the company was the Bristol Bulldog fighter, which formed the mainstay of Royal Air Force fighter force between 1930 and 1937, when it was retired from front line service. Also during this time Bristol developed a preference for steel airframes, using members built up from high-tensile steel strip rolled into flanged sections rather than the light alloys more generally used in aircraft construction.

On 15 June 1935 the Bristol Aeroplane Company became a public limited company. By this time the Company had a payroll of 4200, mostly in the engine factory, and was well positioned to take advantage of the huge re-armament ordered by the British Government in May of that year. In August 1938 Frank Barnwell was killed flying a light aircraft of his own design, and was succeeded as Chief Designer by Leslie Frise, aided by Archibold Russell, who had joined the stress office of the Bristol Aeroplane Company in May 1925 as a 21-year-old Bristol University graduate. By the time war broke out in 1939 the Bristol works at Filton were the largest single aircraft manufacturing unit in the world.

Bristol's most important contributions to the RAF during World War II were the Blenheim and the Beaufighter. In 1940 two shadow factories was set up in the Weston-super-Mare area for the production of Beauforts and Beaufighters, one at Oldmixon on the western boundary of the airport and one at Banwell. Also an underground factory was built by Alfred McAlpine at Hawthorn in 1940 to accommodate the company's experimental department.

At the end of WW2, Bristol, like other aero engineering and manufacturing industries, possessed a huge surplus of skilled labour and were faced with the need to find some alternative products until a new aeroplane market emerged. A move into the quality car market was agreed, and to this end the rights had been acquired in respect of the BMW pre-war car models and engines as war reparation. The engine developed from this project found its way into many successful motor cars manufactured by other companies, such as Cooper, Frazer Nash, and AC, and in 1954 and 1955 powered the Bristol 450 sports prototype to class victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Pre-fabricated buildings, marine craft, and plastic and composite materials were also early post-war activities, but these were eventually sold off. More significantly when the war ended was the setting up of a separate helicopter division.

The Bristol Aeroplane Company's Helicopter Division had its roots in 1944, when the pioneering helicopter designer Raoul Hafner, released from the Airborne Forces Experimental Establishment (AFEE), came to Bristol along with some members of his team. The Helicopter Division started out at the main Bristol Aeroplane Company site in Filton, but from 1955 it was moved to the Oldmixon factory in Weston-Super-Mare.

The Helicopter Division produced two successful designs that were sold in quantity. The first, designated the Type 171, was sold to air forces around the world. This was followed by the tandem rotor civil helicopter, the 13-seat Type 173, five examples of which being built for evaluation purposes. Although no airlines ordered the Type 173, it led to a family of military designs, of which the Type 192 went into service with the RAF as the Belvedere.

The attempted post-war renaissance of British civilian aircraft as defined by the Brabazon Committee report led, in 1949, to the Brabazon, at the time one of the largest aircraft in the world. Ill-conceived, it was cancelled in 1953. Hardly had the design begun when Frise resigned to become Technical Director of Hunting Aviation, leaving Russell to succeed him as Bristol's Chief Engineer. Under his leadership, the turboprop-powered Britannia airliner proved a huge success, and it and the Freighter were produced in quantity during the 1950s.

Another post-war activity was missile development, culminating in the production of the Bloodhound anti-aircraft missile. Bristol Aero Engines also produced a range of rocket motors and ramjets for missile propulsion. In 1952, Bristol reviewed their facilities and determined that its growing rocket motor business would benefit from relocation and by 1953 work had moved to the old shadow factory at Banwell.

In 1954, MacDonald Brothers Aircraft of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, was purchased by the Bristol, becoming their Canadian division. The company was an important supplier of accessories for jet engines, building the exhaust pipes for the Avro CF-100 Canuck and later becoming the primary maintenance depot for the aircraft. During the 1950s and 60s Bristol built on their experience in precision sheet metal work to become a major supplier of hot section components for various engine manufacturers.

In the late 1950s the Company undertook supersonic transport (SST) project studies as the Type 223, which were later to contribute to Concorde. Also in the 1950s a research aircraft, the Type 188, was constructed to test the feasibility of stainless steel as a material in a Mach 2.0 airframe, but many problems led to its delay and by the time the aircraft flew in 1962, the Company was already part of BAC.

In January 1956 the Bristol divisions were reorganised into three separate companies: Bristol Aircraft Ltd., Bristol Aero Engines Ltd and Bristol Cars Ltd., each being wholly owned by the Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd.

In June 1960, Bristol Aircraft merged with Vickers and English Electric to form the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) , with Hunting acquired soon after. At the same time, Bristol Aero Engines merged with Armstrong Siddeley to form Bristol Siddeley. In a final step of rationalisation, on January 1, 1964, the four constituent operating companies were merged into a single unit, and Bristol Aircraft Ltd. became the Filton Division of BAC.

Like the parent company, the Bristol Helicopter Division was merged with the helicopter interests of Westland, Fairey and Saunders-Roe to form Westland Helicopters in 1960.

Bristol Aero Engines was merged with Armstrong Siddeley in 1958 to form Bristol Siddeley. In 1966 Bristol Siddeley was purchased by Rolls-Royce, this purchase also including the Canadian subsidiary, now renamed Bristol Aerospace. In June 1997 Rolls-Royce sold Bristol Aerospace to Magellan Aerospace of Canada, and it is today the last remaining use of the original Bristol name.

Company References
  1. Bristol Aircraft Since 1910, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1964)
  2. Bristol An Aircraft Album, James O. Doughton (Ian Allan, 1973)
  3. The Bristol Aeroplane Company, Derek N. James (Tempus, 2001)
  4. Bristol Fashion, John Pudney (Putnam, 1960)
  5. The Book of Bristol Aircraft, D.A. Russell (Harborough, 1946)
  6. Flight 12 February 1960
  7. Aeroplane March 2010




Project Data top

Project No Type No (1) Name Alternative Name(s) Year Spec (Requirement) Status Qty Description References
     Zodiac Type 52B (2)    1910    Prd(n)  6  2S, 1E pusher biplane  1,2
     Voisin Monoplane    1910    Prdn  1  1S, 1E tractor monoplane  32
     1910 biplane  Boxkite  1910    Prdn  91    1S, 1E pusher biplane  1,2,4,9,13,15,32,74,337,456,476,477
     1910 glider    1910    Proto  1    1S glider  1,2,4,32
     1911 Racing Biplane  Tractor Biplane
 (Grandseigne,
 Challenger-Grandseigne)
 1911    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor racing biplane  1,2,4,32,74
     1911 Racing Monoplane  Tractor Monoplane
 (Challenger-Low)
 1911    Pro(n)  1  1S, 1E tractor monoplane  1,2,4,32
   T  Biplane  (Challenger-Dickson)  1911    Prdn  5    1S, 1E pusher biplane  1,2,32
     Prier P.1  Prier Monoplane  1911    Prdn  3    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  1,2,4,15,32,74,90,96,415,456,478
     Prier Single Seat School  (Popular)  1911    Prdn  7(2)  1S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Prier P.1
     Prier Two Seat  (Military)  1911    Prdn  11    1S, 2E tractor monoplane  See Prier P.1
     Challenger-England      1911    Proto  (1)  1S, 1E pusher biplane  1,2,4,32,74
     G.E.1  Gordon England Biplane  1911    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,32
     Burney X.1    1911    Proj  0  1S, 1E tractor hydro-biplane  1,4,7,32
     Prier-Dickson Monoplane  (Military)  1912    Prdn  10(1)  2S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Prier P.1
     Prier Side-by-Side  (Sociable)  1912    Prdn  3    2S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Prier P.1
     Burney X.2    1912    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor hydro-monoplane  1,2,4,6,7,32
     Coanda School Monoplane    1912    Prdn  7    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  1,2,4,15,32,74,90,479
     Coanda Side-by-Side Mono    1912    Prdn  7    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Coanda School Monoplane
     G.E.2  Gordon England Biplane  1912    Proto  2    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,15,32
     Coanda Military Trials Mono    1912    Prdn  2    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Coanda School Monoplane
     G.E.3  Gordon England Biplane  1912    Proto  2    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,32
     Coanda Daimler Monoplane    1912    Prdn  1    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Coanda School Monoplane
     Coanda Military Monoplane    1912    Prdn  19    1S, 1E tractor monoplane  See Coanda School Monoplane
     Not Identified    1912    Proj  0  2S, 1E canard monoplane  2
     Coanda Hydro #120    1913    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1
     B.R.7  B.R.70  1913    Prdn  8    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,32,74
     Burney X.3    1913    Pro(n)  1  1S, 1E tractor hydro-monoplane  1,2,4,6,7,32
     B.C.2    1913    Proj  0  2S, 1E hydro-biplane (200hp Clerget)  32
     T.B.8    1913    Prdn  14(15)  1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,8,9,13,15,15,21,32,77,90
         1914    Proj  0  2S, 1E hydro-biplane (200hp Canton-Unne)  (1)
     S.B.5    1914    Pro(n)  1  1S, 1E tractor biplane  (1)
     P.B.8    1914    Pro(n)  1  2S, 1E pusher biplane  1,2,5,32,333
     Scout A    1914    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1,2,4,5,9,19,32,127,374,480,536,540
     S.S.A.    1914    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,5,19,32
     G.B.75    1914    Proto  1    1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,2,4,9,15,32
     RB    1914    Proj  0  1S, 1E tractor biplane  1,3,32
     Scout B    1914    Proto  2    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1,2,4,9,15,19,32,75,82,127,374,536,540
     G.B.1    1914    Proj  0  1S, 1E racing biplane  32
   1  Scout C    1915    Proto  161    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1,2,9,10,13,15,19,74,75,82,127,136,338,374,385,
 536,537,538,539,540
   2  Scout D    1915    Prdn  70    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  See Type 1 Scout C
   3  Scout D    1916    Proto  80    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  See Type 1 Scout C
   4  Scout D    1916    Prdn  60    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  See Type 1 Scout C
   5  Scout D    1916    Proto  (3)  2S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  See Type 1 Scout C
   6  T.T.A.    1916    Proto  2    2S, 2E local defence fighter  1,2,5,9,19,74,82
   7  F.3A    1916    Proj  0  3S, 1E escort / anti-zeppelin fighter  1
   8  S.2A    1916    Proto  2    2S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1,5,9,15,19,74,82
   9  R.2A    1916    Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1
   9A  R.2B    1916    Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 9 R.2A
   10  M.1A    1916    Proto  1    1S, 1E monoplane fighter  1,2,5,9,10,15,19,74,75,82,128,137,323,350,361,
 362,363,400,437,455
   11  M.1B    1916    Proto  4    1S, 1E monoplane fighter  See Type 10 M.1A
   12  F.2A    1916    Prdn  52    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1,2,5,9,15,19,75,82,120,521
   13  M.R.1    1916    Proto  2    2S, 1E reconnaissance biplane  1,2,5,9,15,19,50,74,82,92
   14  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917  various - see  Prdn  2860    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1,2,5,9,10,11,14,15,19,42,44,45,63,74,75,76,77,
 82,87,96,104,107,113,114,120,126,129,130,131,
 133,139,328,329,333,336,375,406,429,454,521
   15  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917    Prdn  1720    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   16  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917    Prdn  3    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   17  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917    Prdn  (173)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   17A  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917    Prdn  28(37)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   17B  F.2B  Fighter, (Brisfit), (Buff)  1917    Prdn  50(10)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   18  Scout E    1917    Proj  0  1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1
   19  Pusher Scout    1917    Proj  0  1S, 1E pusher biplane fighter  1
   20  M.1C    1917    Prdn  125    1S, 1E monoplane fighter  See Type 10 M.1A
   21  Scout F    1917    Proto  2    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  1,2,5,9,19,74,82,403
   21A  Scout F.1    1917    Proto  2    1S, 1E tractor biplane fighter  See Type 21 Scout F
   22  F.2C    1917    Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1
   22A  F.2C    1918    Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 22 F.2C
   22B  F.2C    1918    Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 22 F.2C
   23  Badger I    1918  various - see  Proto  2    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1,2,5,9,19,74,82
   23A  Badger II    1918    Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 23 Badger I
   23X  Badger X  Badger Experimental  1919    Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1,2,10
     B.1    1918    Proj  0  6S, 4E triplane day bomber  (1)
   24  Braemar I    1918  A.2(b),
 RAF Type VIII
 Proto  1    6S, 4E triplane day bomber  1,2,8,9,21,52,74,312,499,816
   25  Braemar II    1919    Proto  1    6S, 4E triplane day bomber  See Type 24 Braemar I
   26  Pullman    1919    Proto  1    4E, 14 passenger triplane transport  1,10,43,52,74,499
   27  F.2B Coupe    1919    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E open tourer  1,2,10,43,74,481
   28  Tourer    1919    Prdn  10    3S, 1E Coupe tourer  1,2,10,42,43,74,94,312,376,426
   29  Tourer    1919    Prdn  7    2S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   30  Babe Mk.I    1919    Proto  2    1S, 1E sporting biplane  1,2,10,42,74,85
   31  Grampus Mk.I    1919    Proj  0  1E, 6 passenger biplane transport  1
   32  Bullet    1919    Proto  1    1S, 1E sporting biplane  1,2,10,74
   32A  Bullet    1920    Proto  (1)  1S, 1E sporting biplane  See Type 32 Bullet
   32B  Bullet    1921    Proto  (1)  1S, 1E sporting biplane  See Type 32 Bullet
   33  Pullman    1919    Proj  0  4E, 40 passenger triplane transport  1,312,816
   34  Tourer Seaplane    1919    Proj  0  3S, 1E open tourer seaplane  See Type 28 Tourer
   35      1919  RAF Type XXI  Proj  0  2S shipboard fighter  (1)
   36  Seely    1919    Proto  1    2S, 1E touring biplane  1,2,10,42,43,74,312
   37  Tramp    1919  DofR 11, 1/20  Proto  2    4E triplane spares carrier  1,50,52,74,312,439
   38  A.H.2    1919    Proj  0  2S shipboard fighter for U.S. Navy  3
   39  A.H.1    1919    Proj  0  1S shipboard fighter for U.S. Navy  (1)
   40  F.2B  Fighter  1918    Prdn  181    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   41  Tourer Seaplane    1919    Proj  0  2S, 1E open tourer seaplane  See Type 28 Tourer
   42  Grampus Mk. II    1919    Proj  0  1E, 3 passenger biplane transport  See Type 31 Grampus Mk.I
   43  Grampus Mk. IV    1920    Proj  0  4E, 8 passenger biplane transport  See Type 31 Grampus Mk.I
   44  Tramp Boat    1920    Proj  0  4E triplane transport fling boat  1,439,816
   45  Scandinavian Tourer    1920    Proj  0  2S, 1E open tourer  (1)
   46  Babe Mk.II    1919    Pro(n)  1  1S, 1E sporting biplane  See Type 30 Babe Mk.I
   46A  Babe Mk.III    1919    Proto  (2)  1S, 1E sporting biplane  See Type 30 Babe Mk.I
   46B  Babe Monoplane    1920    Pro(n)  1  1S, 1E sporting monoplane  See Type 30 Babe Mk.I
   47  Tourer    1920    Prdn  9    3S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   48  Tourer Seaplane    1920    Prdn  2    3S, 1E open tourer seaplane  See Type 28 Tourer
   49  Colonial  Rancher  1920    Proj  0  2/3S, 1E touring biplane  (1)
   50      1920    Proj  0  Mail carrier version of Type 26  (1)
   51      1920    Proj  0  4S pusher flying boat  (1)
   52  Bullfinch  MFA  1920  2/21  Proto  2    1S, 1E monoplane fighter  1,2,5,19,74
   53  Bullfinch  MFB  1920  2/21  Proto  1    2S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,5,19
   54      1920    Proj  0  1S, 1E high-speed float monoplane  (1)
   55      1920  DofR 4B, 2/20  Proj  0  Tractor long range bomber biplane  (1)
   56      1920  5/20  Proj  0  2E biplane troop carrier  (1)
   57  Grampus Mk. V    1920    Proj  0  2E, 8 passenger biplane transport  See Type 31 Grampus Mk.I
   58  Commercial Biplane    1920    Proj  0  1E, 8 passenger biplane transport  (1)
   59  Commercial Biplane    1920    Proj  0  1E, 8 passenger biplane transport  (1)
   60      1920    Proj  0  3S Coupe cantilever monoplane  (1)
   61      1920    Proj  0  3S pusher amphibian monoplane  (1)
   62  Commercial Biplane  Ten-Seater  1920    Proto  1    1E, 10 seat biplane transport  1,10,43,74,312,482
   63      1921    Proj  0  1S, 1E ultra light monoplane  (1)
   64      1921    Proj  0  High speed monoplane  (1)
   65      1921    Proj  0  Man powered pusher biplane  (1)
   66      1921    Proj  0  1E hydrovane flying boat  3
   67      1921    Proj  0  2S fighter reconnaissance biplane  (1)
   68      1921  DofR 7A, 3/21  Proj  0  3S fleet spotter biplane  (1)
   69      1921  DofR 3  Proj  0  2S reconnaissance biplane  (1)
   70      1921  DofR 3A  Proj  0  2S reconnaissance monoplane  (1)
   71      1921  DofR 9  Proj  0  3S coastal defence torpedo triplane  (1)
   72  Racer    1921    Proto  1    1S, 1E racing monoplane  1,10,52,74,305,500
   73  Taxiplane    1921    Prdn  3    3S, 1E touring biplane  1,10,42,43,74,484
   74  Commercial Triplane    1921    Proj  0  3E, 26 passenger commercial triplane  (1)
   75  Commercial Biplane    1921    Prdn  1(1)  1E, 10 seat biplane transport  1,2,10,43,74,312,483
   75A  Express Freighter    1922    Prdn  (1)  Express freighter version of Type 75  1,74
   76  Jupiter Fighter    1923    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  1,5,10,19,74
   76A  Jupiter Fighter    1923    Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 76 Jupiter Fighter
   76B  Jupiter Fighter    1923    Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 76 Jupiter Fighter
   77  M.1D    1922    Proto  (1)  1S, 1E monoplane fighter  See Type 10 M.1A
   78  Fighter C  Bloodhound  1922  22/22  Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter biplane (See also Type 84)  1,2
   79  Brandon    1923  33/22  Proto  1    1E, biplane troop carrier / transport  1,2
   80  Fighter D    1922  22/22  Proj  0  2S, 1E fighter monoplane  (1)
   81  Puma Trainer  P.T.  1922    Prdn  4(1)  2S, 1E training biplane  42,43
   81A  Puma Trainer  P.T. (Greek Tourer)  1922    Prdn  6    2S, 1E training biplane  1
   82      1922    Proj  0  2E coastal defence torpedo biplane  (1)
   83A  Primary Training Biplane  Lucifer School Machine  1923    Prdn  6    2S, 1E primary training biplane  1,2,10,44,74,94,485
   83B  Primary Training Biplane  Lucifer School Machine  1925    Prdn  22(6)  2S, 1E primary training biplane  See Type 83A
   83C  Primary Training Biplane  Lucifer School Machine  1927    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E racing biplane  See Type 83A
   83D  Primary Training Biplane  Lucifer School Machine  1927    Proj  0  2S, 1E seaplane derivative of Type 83B  See Type 83A
   83E  Primary Training Biplane  Lucifer School Machine  1928    Proto  1    2S, 1E engine test bed.  See Type 83A
   84  Bloodhound    1923  22/22  Proto  1    2S, 1E fighter biplane (See also Type 78)  1,2,5,10,19,74,486
   85  Seely    1923    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E touring biplane  See Type 36 Seely
   86  Tourer    1923    Prdn  (6)  2S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   86A  Tourer    1923    Proj  0  3S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   87      1923  37/22, 1/24  Proj  0  3S, 1E fleet reconnaissance biplane  (1)
   88  Tourer  (Bulgarian Tourer)  1923    Prdn  2    2S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   88A  Tourer  (Bulgarian Tourer)  1926    Prdn  3    2S, 1E open tourer  See Type 28 Tourer
   89  Jupiter Trainer    1923    Prdn  9(1)  2S, 1E advanced training biplane  1,2,10,74
   89A  Jupiter Trainer    1923    Prdn  15    2S, 1E advanced training biplane  See Type 89 Jupiter Trainer
   90  Berkeley    1923  26/23  Proto  3    2S, 1E day bomber  1,2,8,21,74
   91  Brownie Mk.I    1924    Proto  3    2S, 1E light touring monoplane  1,2,10,42,74,85,308,488
   91A  Brownie Mk.I    1926    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E light touring monoplane  See Type 91 Brownie Mk.I
   91B  Brownie Mk.II    1926    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E light touring monoplane  See Type 91 Brownie Mk.I
   92      1924    Proto  1    2S, 1E flying laboratory  1,2,50
   93  Boarhound Mk.I    1924  30/24  Proto  1    2S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,8,10,21,45,74
     Borzoi    1926    Proj  0  2S, 1E biplane fighter-bomber project for Chile  (1)
   93A  Beaver    1926  26/27  Proto  1    2S, 1E general purpose biplane  See Type 93 Boarhound Mk.I
   93B  Boarhound Mk.II    1927    Prdn  2    2S, 1E biplane fighter  See Type 93 Boarhound Mk.I
   94      1924    Proj  0  1S pusher biplane fighter  (1)
         1924  F.17/24  Proj  0  1S, 1E biplane fighter  (1)
   95  Bagshot    1925  4/24  Proto  1    3S, 2E   fighter  1,2,5,19,52,74
   96  F.2B Mk.III    1925  8/26 & 30/26  Prdn  83(57)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   96A  F.2B Mk.IV    1927    Prdn  (51)  2S, 1E fighter-reconnaissance biplane  See Type 14 F.2B
   97      1925    Proj  0  1E, 5 passenger cabin biplane  (1)
   98  Brownie Mk.III    1925    Proj  0  1S, 1E racing monoplane  See Type 91 Brownie Mk.I
   99  Badminton    1925    Proto  1    1S, 1E racing biplane  1,2,10,74,412,487
   99A  Badminton    1927    Proto    1S, 1E racing biplane  See Type 99 Badminton
   100      1925    Proj  0  2E commercial biplane  (1)
   101      1926    Proto  1    2S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,5,10,19,74,489
   102A  Badminton F    1926  F.9/26,   N21/26  Proj  0  1S, 1E biplane fighter - derivative of Type 99  See Type 99 Badminton
   102B  Badminton F    1926  F.9/26,   N21/26  Proj  0  1S, 1E floatplane version of Type 102A  See Type 99 Badminton
   103      1926    Proj  0  1S, 1E high speed monoplane fighter  (1)
   104      1926    Proj  0  1S, 1E light monoplane  (1)
   105  Bulldog    1926  various - see  Prdn  384(3)  1S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,5,10,14,19,74,93,99,102,103,110,112,122,132,
 309,313,314,319,333,343,351,355,378,386,391,
 392,435,438,456,458,475,490,491
   106      1927  26/27  Proj  0  2S, 1E general purpose biplane  (1)
   107  Bullpup    1927  F.20/27  Proto  1    1S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,5,74,492
   108      1927  B.19/27  Proj  0  2E night bomber biplane  (1)
   109      1928    Proto  1    2S, 1E long range biplane  1,2,10,74
   110      1928    Proj  0  1E, 4 seat cabin biplane  1,15
   110A      1928  19/28  Proto  1    1E, 5 seat cabin biplane  1,2,10,43,74,491
   111A      1928    Proj  0  3E high wing cabin monoplane  (1)
   111B      1928    Proj  0  3E high wing cabin monoplane  (1)
   112      1928  F.29/27  Proj  0  1S, 1E cannon monoplane fighter  (1)
   113      1928    Proj  0  3E commercial biplane  (1)
   114      1929    Proj  0  1E, 8 seat cabin biplane  (1)
   114A      1929    Proj  0  1E, 7 seat cabin biplane  (1)
   115      1929  C.16/28  Proj  0  3E troop carrying monoplane  1
   116      1929  C.16/28  Proj  0  3E troop carrying biplane version of Type 113  (1)
   117      1929    Proj  0  2E freight carrier  (1)
   118      1929    Proto  1    2S, 1E general purpose biplane  1,8,10,21,74,317,318,493,818
   118A      1931    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E general purpose biplane  1
   119      1930    Proj  0  2S, 1E trainer development of Type 105  (1)
   120      1931  G.4/31 (OR.2)  Proto  1    2S, 1E general purpose biplane  1,2,8,21,74,317,318,383
   121      1931  G.4/31 (OR.2)  Proj  0  2S, 1E general purpose / torpedo bomber biplane  (1)
   122      1931  G.4/31 (OR.2)  Proj  0  2S, 1E general purpose / torpedo bomber biplane  318,810
   123      1932  F.7/30 (OR.1)  Proto  1    1S, 1E biplane fighter  1,2,5,19,52,74,300,402
   124  Bulldog TM    1932  T.12/32, T.13/34  Prdn  59(1)  2S, 1E training derivative of Type 105  See Type 105 Bulldog
   125      1932  G.4/31 (OR.2)  Proj  0  2S, 1E general purpose / torpedo bomber  (1)
   126      1932  G.4/31 (OR.2)  Proj  0  2S, 1E general purpose / torpedo bomber  (1)
   127      1932  F.7/30 (OR.1)  Proj  0  1S, 1E monoplane fighter  3,64,806
   128      1932  F.7/30 (OR.1)  Proj  0  1S, 1E monoplane fighter  64,806
   129      1932  F.7/30 (OR.1)  Proj  0  1S, 1E pusher monoplane fighter  3,64,806
   130  Bombay    1933  various - see  Prdn  81    2E, 27 seat troop transport  1,2,8,10,14,17,21,67,74,102,311,346,370,405,430,
 462
   131      1933  B.9/32 (OR.5)  Proj  0  2E   day bomber  (1)
   132      1933    Proj  0  2S, 1E turret fighter  (1)
   133      1933  F.7/30 (OR.1)  Proto  1    1S, 1E monoplane fighter  1,5,19,52,74,300,402,459,494
   134      1933    Proj  0  1S, 1E high speed monoplane mail carrier  (1)
   135      1933    Proj  0  2E, 8 passenger transport  (1)
   136      1933  P.27/32 (OR.7)  Proj  0  2S day bomber  (1)
   137A      1933    Proj  0  2E, 14 passenger transport derivative of Type 130  1
   137B      1933    Proj  0  2E, freight/passenger transport deriv. of Type 130  (1)
   138      1933    Proj  0  1S, 1E high altitude research monoplane  (1)
   138A      1934  2/34  Proto  1    1S, 1E high altitude research monoplane  1,2,14,50,74,116,460,495,822
   138B      1935  2/34  Pro(n)  1  2S, 1E high altitude research monoplane  1
   139      1934    Proj  0  1E biplane freighter  (1)
   140      1934  F.5/33 (OR.9)  Proj  0  2S pusher turret fighter  3
   141      1934  F.22/33 (OR.11)  Proj  0  3S, 2E turret fighter  (1)
   142    (Britain First)  1934    Proto  1    6 passenger, 2E high speed transport  1,2,10,43,74,91
   142M  Blenheim I & II    1935  various - see  Prdn  1251    3S, 2E day bomber  1,2,5,8,10,14,16,18,19,21,22,33,37,44,62,67,68,
 70,74,78,80,81,83,84,86,91,95,96,101,102,105,
 106,117,119,122,124,134,138,140,307,310,327,
 339,352,353,369,373,377,388,431,461,474,496
   143      1934  14/37  Proto  1    8 passenger, 2E high speed transport  1,2,10,22,43,74,91
   143F      1934    Proj  0  2E convertible passenger, freight, postal,
 ambulance and fighter-bomber aircraft for Finland
 (1)
   144      1934  B.3/34 (OR.12)  Proj  0  2E bomber derivative of Type 130  3,22
   145A      1935    Proj  0  2E long range monoplane  3
   145B      1935    Proj  0  2E long range monoplane  (1)
   146      1935  F.5/34 (OR.14)  Proto  1    1S, 1E fighter  1,2,5,19,22,26,74,805
       (Standard Bomber)  1935  B.1/35 (OR.19)  Proj  0  2E heavy bomber  1,22,814
   147      1935  F.9/35 (OR.20)  Proj  0  2S, 1E night fighter  1,22,26,35,397,404,805,815
   148      1935  A.39/34 (OR18)  Proto  2    2S, 1E army co-operation aircraft  1,2,8,64,74,815
   148A      1935    Proj  0  2S, 1E engine test bed  (1)
   148B      1937    Proto  (1)  2S, 1E army co-operation aircraft  1
   149      1936  G.24/35  Proj  0  3S, 2E general reconnaissance and coastal bomber  409,812
   149  Bolingbroke    1936  10/37  Prdn  (1)  3S, 2E general reconnaissance and coastal bomber  See Type 142 Blenheim
   149  Blenheim IV    1937  11/36 (OR.39)  Prdn  3302    3S, 2E day bomber  See Type 142 Blenheim
   149CS  Bisley Mk.I    1941  B.6/40 (OR.83)  Proto  1    2S, 2E close support aircraft  See Type 142 Blenheim
   149HA  Bisley Mk.I    1941  B.6/40 (OR.83)  Proto  1    3S, 2E bomber  See Type 142 Blenheim
         1936  B.12/36 (OR.40)  Proj  0  4E heavy bomber  22
         1936  P.13/36 (OR.41)  Proj  0  2E medium bomber  3,22,58
   150      1935  M.15/35 (OR.22)  Proj  0  2E land based torpedo bomber  6,22,409,812
   151      1936  35/35 (OR.30)  Proj  0  1S, 1E high speed monoplane  1,22,26
   152  Beaufort    1936  10/36 (OR.35)  Prdn  2129(57)  4S, 2E general reconnaissance and torpedo bomber  1,2,8,14,21,22,29,61,67,68,74,102,117,125,330,
 395,409,410,432,441,497,813,820
   153      1936  F.37/35 (OR.31)  Proj  0  1S, 1E fighter  1,22,26,64,302
   153A      1936  F.37/35 (OR.31)  Proj  0  1S, 2E fighter  1,22,26,302
         1938  F.11/37 (OR.50)  Proj  0  2S, 2E turret fighter  22,26,805
         1938  F.18/37 (OR.51)  Proj  0  1S, 1E fighter  3,22,26
         1938  S.24/37 (OR.53)  Proj  0  3S, 1E, dive-bomber/recce/ torpedo bomber  2,22,421
   154      1938  15/38  Proj  0  24 passenger, 4E high wing monoplane  390,801
   155      1938  B.17/38  Proj  0  2E bomber; developed into A.W. Albemarle  22,26,807
   156  Beaufighter  (Beau, Torbeau)  1938  F.11/37 (OR.50)
 F.17/39 (OR.72)
 Prdn  5929    2S, 2E fighter / torpedo bomber  1,2,5,10,12,13,14,19,20,22,26,39,45,60,65,66,68,
 69,71,72,74,79,80,83,96,102,108,109,111,118,
 121,123,135,141,142,303,320,325,340,345,387,
 393,394,422,423,425,428,442,443,444,445,446,
 447,448,450,457,463,498,803,823
   157      1939    Proj  0  3S, 2E bomber derivative of Type 156  22
   158  Beaufighter III / IV    1939    Proj  0  2S, 2E fighter / torpedo bomber  See Type 156 Beaufighter
   159    (Beaubomber)  1939  B.1/39  Proj  0  7S, 4E heavy bomber  1,2,22,47,58,354,821
   160  Blenheim V    1940  B.6/40 (OR.83)  Prdn  942    3S, 2E bomber  See Type 142 Blenheim
   161      1940  B.7/40 (OR.84)  Proj  0  2S, 2E light bomber  22,811
   162  Beaumont    1940  B.7/40 (OR.84)  Proj  0  2S, 2E light bomber - development of Type 161  1,22,811
   163  Buckingham    1941  B.2/41 (OR.103)  Prdn  123    4S, 2E light bomber  1,2,8,14,21,22,47,52,73,74,84,102,300,301,344,
 398,403,413,433,466,502
       (100-ton bomber)  1942    Proj  0  8E long range bomber  1,3,59,331,420,809
       (75-ton bomber)  1942    Proj  0  8E long range bomber  22
   164  Brigand  Buccaneer  1943  H.7/42 (OR.117)  Prdn  139    3S, 2E bomber / torpedo fighter  1,2,8,14,21,22,73,74,88,102,121,334,341,364,
 384,403,427,451,452,453,466,502,511
   165  Brigand II    1943  T.13/43 (OR.148)  Proj  0  3S, 2E trainer derivative of Type 164  See Type 164 Brigand
   166  Buckmaster    1943  T.13/43 (OR.148)  Prdn  112    3S, 2E trainer  1,2,14,73,74,102,301,403,433,501
   167  Brabazon    1944  2/44 (OR.171)  Proto  1    8E, 100 pass., long range transport  1,2,10,50,304,321,331,332,365,372,469,471,506,
 507,508,512,513,514
   168      1946    Proj  0  Bomber development of Type 167  (1)
   169  Buckingham P.R.    1945  8/44 (OR.163)  Proj  0  3S, 2E reconnaissance development of Type 163  (1)
   170  Freighter  Wayfarer  1944  Various - see  Prdn  182    2E high wing transport  1,2,10,28,30,74,87,97,115,315,324,360,367,416,
 417,418,419,464,465,467,468,503,504,505,510,
 515
   171  Sycamore    1945  Various - see  Prdn  179    4S, 1E helicopter  1,2,14,50,52,100,342,347,381,407,414,436,440,
 441,449,470,509,519,522,523
   172      1946  B.35/46 (OR.229)  Proj  0  4/6E long range jet bomber  3,25,396,817
       Project X  1946    Proj  0  Mod. Lockheed Constellation to Brabazon Type III  53
       Project Y  1946    Proj  0  Mod. Lockheed Constellation to Brabazon Type III  53
   173      1947  E.4/47 (OR.251)  Proto  5    2E, 13 passenger twin rotor civil helicopter  1,2,50,366,472,516,517,519,522,523,524,526
   174      1947  E.8/47 (OR.250)  Proj  0  Powered/unpowered research models for Type 172  25,51,396,817
   175  Britannia    1948  2/47 (OR.276)  Prdn  85    4E medium/long range airliner  1,2,14,17,25,28,34,41,48,49,54,89,97,115,326,
 364,368,371,399,408,422,424,518,520,525,527,
 528,529,530,532,534,541,824
   175MR      1951    Proj  0  Maritime reconnaissance variant of Type 175  
   176      1948  E.8/47 (OR.250)  Proj  0  1S, 1E reasearch vehilcle for Type 172  2,25,51,349,382
   177A      1948    Proj  0  1S, 2E transonic research aircraft  24,357
   177B      1948    Proj  0  1S, 2E transonic research aircraft  24
   177C      1949    Proj  0  1S, 1E transonic research aircraft  24
   178A      1952  F124T (OR.301)
 ER.133?
 Proj  0  1S, 1E rocket fighter  24
   178B      1952  F124T (OR.301)
 ER.133?
 Proj  0  1S, 1E rocket fighter  24
   179      1953  (OR.323)  Proj  0  2E twin boom transport.  30,49,53
   179A      1953  (OR.323)  Proj  0  2E transport.  49,53
   179B      1953  (OR.323)  Proj  0  2E transport.  
   180      1953    Proj  0  2E supersonic jet fighter  (1),24
   181      1953    Proj  0  2E, twin rotor helicopter  53
   182    Red Rapier  1951  UB.109T
 (AST.1097/3)
 Proj  0  1E expendable unmanned bomber  1,2,23,25,51
   182R      1951  UB.109  Pro(n)  1  Retrievable prototype for Type 182  1,2
   183      1951  ER.110T  Proj  0  1E variable sweep research aircraft  24,356,380
   184      1951    Proj  0  1E delta wing research aircraft  24
   185      1952    Proj  0  Rocket powered interceptor  24
   186      1952  B.126T (OR.314)  Proj  0  Low level bomber  2,25,358
   187  Brittania 600    1952    Proj  0  4E medium/long range airliner  34,49,53
   188      1953  ER.134T  Proto  2    1S, 2E high speed research aircraft  1,2,24,36,41,50,52,306,316,335,348,379,473,542,
 802
   188F      1953    Proj  0  1S, 2E interceptor  24
   189      1951    Proj  0  4E maritime reconnaisance dev. of Type 175  25,34
   190      1954  HR.144 (OR.319)  Proj  0  1E ultra-light helicopter  1
   191      1954  NA.43, HR.146D&P  Proj  0  2E, twin rotor naval helicopter  1,56,359
   192  Belvedere    1954  H.150 (OR.325)  Prdn  26    2E, twin rotor military helicopter  1,2,53,55,322,411,434,531,535
   193      1954  HR.149 (ASR.326)  Proj  0  2E, twin rotor naval helicopter  411
   194      1955    Proj  0  4E, 48 passenger twin rotor civil helicopter  1,53,411,531,804
   195      1955    Proj  0  4E military transport  34,49,53
   196      1955    Proj  0  2E expendable unmanned bomber  23,25
   197      1956    Proj  0  4E civil transport studies with BLC  53
   198      1956    Proj  0  6E supersonic transport studies  1,2,27,38,53,98,389
   199      1956    Proj  0  4E tilt-wing convertiplane  53,819
   200      1956    Proj  0  4E medium range transport  51,53,401,533
   201      1956    Proj  0  4E long range transport  53
   202      1957    Proj  0  2E medium range low altitude bomber  (1),25
   203      1957    Proj  0  2 crew, 9 passenger, 1E military medium helicopter  1
   204      1957  F.155T (OR.339)  Proj  0  2E supersonic strike / reconnaisance aircraft  1,2,25,40,378,800
   205      1957    Proj  0  4E short range transport  53
   206      1958  NBMR.2  Proj  0  2E maritime reconnaisance aircraft  25,48
   207      1958  NBMR.2  Proj  0  2E maritime reconnaisance aircraft  48
   208      1958  C.225T (OR.351)  Proj  0  V/STOL transport - jet lift  1,2,53
   209      1958  C.225T (OR.351)  Proj  0  V/STOL transport - fan lift  (1)
   210      1958    Proj  0  V/STOL assault transport - jet lift  (1)
   211      1958    Proj  0  4E short range transport  53
   212      1959    Proj  0  Strategic military transport  (1)
   213      1959    Proj  0  Supersonic transport study  53
   214      1959    Proj  0  2 crew, 16 passenger, 2E military medium helicopter  1,53,804
   215      1959  X.197T  Proj  0  Slender delta research glider  (1)
   216      1959    Proj  0  2E car-ferry transport  30,53,808
   217      1959    Proj  0  1E supersonic VTOL strike /   reconnaisance aircraft  1,25
   218  Canard Cruiser    1959    Proj  0  2E, 5S pusher-canard executive aircraft  31,53
   219      1959    Proj  0  1E, 5S executive aircraft  31,53
   220      1959    Proj  0  2E, 5S executive aircraft - See also Beagle  31,53

Bristol became BAC (Filton Division) when BAC formally came into existence on 1 June 1960.

Project Notes
  1. Type numbers for Bristol aircraft were not introduced until 1923-4, when Capt. Barnwell allotted numbers retrospectively to all designs from the Bristol Scout onwards. This explains why no type numbers were given to the Coanda monoplanes and biplanes, the Gordon England machines and other pre-war types. The first Bristol machine to appear with its type number properly allotted was the Type 90 Berkeley. It is therefore absolutely correct to speak of the Type 96 F.2B Mk III, but rather less correct to speak of, for example, the Type 14 F.2B.
    (J.M. Bruce, via Flight, 19 December 1952)
  2. The Zodiac was a French design built under licence from Société Zodiac of Paris.

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Project References

1        Bristol Aircraft Since 1910, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1964)

2        Bristol An Aircraft Album, James O. Doughton (Ian Allan, 1973)

3        The Bristol Aeroplane Company, Derek N. James (Tempus, 2001)

4        British Secret Projects - Jet Fighters Since 1950, Tony Buttler (1st Edn, Midland Publishing, 2000 - 2nd Edn, Crecy, 2017))

5        British Secret Projects - Jet Bombers Since 1949,, ony Buttler (Midland Publishing, 2003)

6        British Secret Projects - Fighters & Bombers 1935-1950, Tony Buttler (Midland Publishing, 2004)

7        British Experimental Combat Aircraft of World War II, Tony Buttler, (Hikoki Publications, 2012)

8        British Secret Projects - Hypersonics, Ramjets and Missiles, Tony Buttler (Midland Publishing, 2007)

9        Vulcans Hammer - V-force Projects and Weapons Since 1945, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2011)

10      Nimrods Genesis - RAF Maritime Patrol Projects and Weapons since 1945, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2015)

11      On Atlas' Shoulders - RAF Transport Projects Since 1945, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2016)

12      Project Tech Profile 04 - The Air Staff and AEW, Chris Gibson (Blue Envoy Press, 2013)

13      Project Tech Profile 06 - The Air Staff and the Helicopter, Chris Gibson (Blue Envoy Press, 2017)

14      British Light Aeroplanes 1920-1940, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)

15      British Commercial Aircraft 1920-1940, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2003)

16      British Aircraft Before The Great War, Michael H. Goodall and Albert E. Tagg (Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001)

17      British Aeroplanes 1914-18, J.M. Bruce (Putnam, 1957)

18      British Aircraft 1809-1914, Peter Lewis (Putnam, 1962)

19      Th Aeroplanes of the Royal Flying Corps, J.M. Bruce (Putnam, 1982)

20      False Dawn - The Beagle Aircraft Story, Tom Wenham (Air Britain Publishing, 2015)

21      The Beaufort File, Roger Hayward (Air Britain Publications, 1990)

22      The Bristol 170, Derek A. King (Air Britain Historians, 2011)

23      The Turret Fighters, Alec Brew (The Crowood Press, 2002)

24      BAC TSR2 - Britain's Lost Bomber, Damien Burke (The Crowood Press, 2011)

25      Bristol Brittania, Charles Woodley (The Crowood Press, 2002)

26      Bristol Beaufighter, Victor Bingham (Airlife, 1994)

27      Bristol Blenheim, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan, 1984)

28      Bristol F2B, King of Two-Seaters, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan, 1985)

29      The Forgotten Bomber, Graham Warner (Patrick Stephens, 1991)

30      British Research and Development Aircraft, Ray Sturtivant (Haynes Publishing, 1990)

31      Stuck On The Drawing Board, Richard Payne (Tempus Publishing Ltd., 2004)

32      Beaufort Special, Bruce Robertson (Ian Allen, 1976)

33      RAF Bomber Command 1936-1940, James Goulding & Philip Moyes (Ian Allen, 1975)

34      RAF Bomber Command 1941-1945, James Goulding & Philip Moyes (Ian Allen, 1978)

35      Interceptor, James Goulding (Ian Allen, 1986)

36      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.I, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1940)

37      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.II, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1941)

38      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.III, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1942)

39      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.IV, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1943)

40      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.V, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1944)

41      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.VI, C.B. Maycock and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1945)

42      Aircraft of the Fighting Powers, Vol.VII, E.J. Riding and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1946)

43      Reconnaissance & Bomber Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War, Lamberton, Cheesman & Russell (Harleyford Publications, 1962)

44      On Silver Wings - RAF Biplane Fighters Between the Wars, Alec Lumsden and Owen Thetford (Osprey Publishing, 1993)

45      Data Plan #2 - Bristol Bulldog, Arthur Granger (Taurus Press, 1973)

46      British Civil Aircraft Since 1919, Vol 1, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1973)

47      Aircraft Of The Royal Air Force Since 1918, Owen Thetford (Putnam,1979)

48      British Naval Aircraft Since 1912, Owen Thetford (Putnam, 1978)

49      The British Bomber Since 1914, Francis K. Mason (Putnam, 1994)

50      The British Fighter Since 1912, Francis K. Mason (Putnam, 1992)

51      Project Cancelled, Derek Wood (Janes, 2nd Ed., 1986)

52      Famous Bombers of the Second World War, Second Series, William Green (Macdonald & Co,1960)

53      Famous Fighters of the Second World War, William Green (Macdonald and Janes, 3rd Ed., 1975)

54      Warplanes of the First World War: Fighters, Vol.1, J.M. Bruce (McDonald, 1965)

55      Warplanes of the Second World War - Fighters, Vol 2, William Green (McDonald, 1961)

56      Aviation News Mini-Monograph - Bristol Brigand, Chris Ashworth (Alan W Hall Publications, 1991)

57      Aviation News Mini-Monograph - Bristol Britannia in Royal Air Force Service, Paul A. Jackson (Alan W Hall Publications, 1981)

58      21st Profile #10

59      21st Profile #13

60      21st Profile #14

61      21st Profile #16

62      Aeromilitaria 1977/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

63      Aeromilitaria 1977/2, (Air-Britain Publications)

64      Aeromilitaria 1979/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

65      Aeromilitaria 1984/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

66      Aeromilitaria 1988/2, (Air-Britain Publications)

67      Aeromilitaria 1990/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

68      Aeromilitaria 2000/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

69      Aeromilitaria 2002/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

70      Aeromilitaria 2002/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

71      Aeromilitaria 2004/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

72      Aeromilitaria 2004/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

73      Aeromilitaria 2005/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

74      Aeromilitaria 2008/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

75      Aeromilitaria 2008/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

76      Aeromilitaria 2009/2, (Air-Britain Publications)

77      Aeromilitaria 2009/4 (Air-Britain Publications), (Air-Britain Publications)

78      Aeromilitaria 2011/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

79      Aeromilitaria 2012/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

80      Aeromilitaria 2012/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

81      Aeromilitaria 2012/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

82      Aeromilitaria 2013/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

83      Aeromilitaria 2016/3, (Air-Britain Publications)

84      Air-Britain Archive 2002/2, (Air-Britain Publications)

85      Air-Britain Archive 2005/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

86      Air-Britain Archive 2006/4, (Air-Britain Publications)

87      Air-Britain Archive 2013/1, (Air-Britain Publications)

88      Aviation World 2005/2, (Air-Britain Publications)

89      Aviation World 2006/4 (Air-Britain Publications), (Air-Britain Publications)

90      Aviation World 2012/2 (Air-Britain Publications), (Air-Britain Publications)

91      Aviation World 2013/1 (Air-Britain Publications), (Air-Britain Publications)

92      Air Britain Books CD Vol 4 1977, (Air-Britain Publications)

93      Aeroplane (Weekly) 27-Feb-35

94      Aeroplane (Weekly) 07-Oct-36

95      Aeroplane (Weekly) 16-Jun-37

96      Aeroplane (Weekly) 02-Aug-39

97      Aeroplane (Weekly) 08-Aug-41

98      Aeroplane (Weekly) 24-Nov-44

99      Aeroplane (Weekly) 30-Nov-45

100    Aeroplane (Weekly) 14-Dec-45

101    Aeroplane (Weekly) 08-Mar-46

102    Aeroplane (Weekly) 15-Mar-46

103    Aeroplane (Weekly) 26-Jul-46

104    Aeroplane (Weekly) 31-Oct-47

105    Aeroplane (Weekly) 23-Sep-49

106    Aeroplane (Weekly) 16-Mar-51

107    Aeroplane Jun-1974

108    Aeroplane Mar-1981

109    Aeroplane Aug-1983

110    Aeroplane Nov-1984

111    Aeroplane Jul-1985

112    Aeroplane Jun-1986

113    Aeroplane Jan-1987

114    Aeroplane Dec-1989

115    Aeroplane Nov-1990

116    Aeroplane Aug-1991

117    Aeroplane Sep-1991

118    Aeroplane Jul-1993

119    Aeroplane Jul-1994

120    Aeroplane Jun-1997

121    Aeroplane Jan-1998

122    Aeroplane May-1999

123    Aeroplane Aug-1999

124    Aeroplane Sep-1999

125    Aeroplane Apr-2000

126    Aeroplane Feb-2002

127    Aeroplane Jul-2002

128    Aeroplane Aug-2003

129    Aeroplane Aug-2005

130    Aeroplane Oct-2005

131    Aeroplane Oct-2006

132    Aeroplane Nov-2006

133    Aeroplane May-2007

134    Aeroplane Sep-2009

135    Aeroplane Jan-2010

136    Aeroplane Mar-2010

137    Aeroplane Aug-2012

138    Aeroplane Feb-2017

139    Aeroplane May-2017

140    Aeroplane Jun-2017

141    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 16

142    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 18

143    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 20

144    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 27

145    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 28

146    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 32

147    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 35

148    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 46

149    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 54

150    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 59

151    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 60

152    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 69

153    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 77

154    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 79

155    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 82

156    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 83

157    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 88

158    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 109

159    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 111

160    Air Enthusiast Quarterly 128

161    Air International Sep-1971

162    Air International Sep-1972

163    Air International Jan-1973

164    Air International Feb-1973

165    Air International Jan-1974

166    Air International Mar-1974

167    Air International Nov-1978

168    Air International Aug-1986

169    Air International Jul-1991

170    Air International Mar-1997

171    Air International Aug-2008

172    Air Pictorial Jul-1957

173    Air Pictorial Mar-1958

174    Air Pictorial Jun-1958

175    Air Pictorial Mar-1960

176    Air Pictorial Aug-1961

177    Air Pictorial Jul-1964

178    Air Pictorial Dec-1968

179    Air Pictorial Jan-1969

180    Air Pictorial Dec-1969

181    Air Pictorial Nov-1970

182    Air Pictorial Dec-1970

183    Air Pictorial Nov-1971

184    Air Pictorial Apr-1975

185    Air Pictorial Nov-1976

186    Air Pictorial Feb-1989

187    Aircraft Illustrated Feb-1969

188    Aircraft Illustrated Mar-1969

189    Aircraft Illustrated Apr-1969

190    Aircraft Illustrated May-1969

191    Aircraft Illustrated Apr-1970

192    Aircraft Illustrated Aug-1970

193    Aircraft Illustrated Aug-1977

194    Aircraft Illustrated Sep-1977

195    Aircraft Illustrated Oct-1977

196    Aircraft Illustrated Nov-1977

197    Aviation Historian 14

198    Aviation News 1/14

199    Aviation News 1/24

200    Aviation News 2/11

201    Aviation News 2/14

202    Aviation News 6/3

203    Aviation News 7/13

204    Aviation News 9/15

205    Aviation News 11/3

206    Aviation News 12/13

207    Aviation News 14/25

208    Aviation News 16/11

209    Aviation News 17/1

210    Aviation News (2) Oct-2010

211    BARG Roundel Sep-1982

212    BARG Roundel Nov-1982

213    BARG Roundel Mar-1983

214    BARG Roundel May-1983

215    BARG Roundel Jul-1983

216    BARG Roundel Sep-1983

217    BARG Roundel Nov-1983

218    BARG Roundel Jan-1984

219    BARG Roundel Mar-1984

220    BARG Roundel May-1985

221    BARG Roundel Jan-1986

222    BARG Roundel Mar-1986

223    BARG Roundel Jul-1986

224    Planes 8

225    Planes 10

226    Wingspan (Incorporating Planes) 44

227    Wings Of Fame 18

228    Wings Of Fame 19

229    Flight 18 Mar 1911

230    Flight 30 Sep 1911

231    Flight 17 May 1913

232    Flight 25 Apr 1914

233    Flight 23 Oct 1919

234    Flight 7 Jul 1921

235    Flight 19 Jan 1922

236    Flight 7 Dec 1922

237    Flight 26 July 1923

238    Flight 10 Jul 1924

239    Flight 25 Sep 1924

240    Flight 8 Jul 1926

241    Flight 25 Aug 1927

242    Flight 5 Jul 1928

243    Flight 11 Jul 1929

244    Flight 9 Dec 1930

245    Flight 4 Dec 1931

246    Flight 28 Feb 1935

247    Flight 1 Oct 1936

248    Flight 24 Jun 1937

249    Flight 12 Jun 1941

250    Flight 14 Aug 1941

251    Flight 5 Mar 1942

252    Flight 26 Mar 1942

253    Flight 18 Oct 1945

254    Flight 13 Dec 1945

255    Flight 7 Mar 1946

256    Flight 16 May 1946

257    Flight 17 Oct 1946

258    Flight 27 Mar 1947

259    Flight 24 Jul 1947

260    Flight 16 Oct 1947

261    Flight 30 Oct 1947

262    Flight 19 Feb 1948

263    Flight 29 Apr 1948

264    Flight 10 Feb 1949

265    Flight 8 Sep 1949

266    Flight 29 Sep 1949

267    Flight 24 Nov 1949

268    Flight 16 Mar 1951

269    Flight 28 Sep 1951

270    Flight 25 Jan 1952

271    Flight 4 Jul 1952

272    Flight 22 Aug 1952

273    Flight 7 Nov 1952

274    Flight 16 Jan 1953

275    Flight 23 Jan 1953

276    Flight 17 Jul 1953

277    Flight 21 Jan 1955

278    Flight 25 Feb 1955

279    Flight 22 Apr 1955

280    Flight 12 Aug 1955

281    Flight 11 Nov 1955

282    Flight 6 Jul 1956

283    Flight 18 Jan 1957

284    Flight 1 Nov 1957

285    Flight 24 Jan1958

286    Flight 25 Jul 1958

287    Flight 1 Aug 195

288    Flight 26 Sep 1958

289    Flight 3 Oct 1958

290    Flight Oct 17 1958

291    Flight Oct 24 1958

292    Flight 31 Oct1958

293    Flight 14 Aug 1959

294    Flight 11 Dec 1959

295    The Encyclopedia of Civil Aircraft, David Donald (Thunder Books, 1999)

296    F-40 #20 - Bristol 171 Sycamore Mk.52, Michael Riedesser (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Luftwaffe eV, 1993)

297    Monografie Lotnicze #74 - Bristol Beaufighter Vol.1, Kamil Nowicki (A-J Press, Gdask, Poland, 2001 - in Polish)

298    Monografie Lotnicze #75 - Bristol Beaufighter Vol.2, Kamil Nowicki (A-J Press, Gdask, Poland, 2003 - in Polish)

299    Back To The Drawing Board, Bill Gunston (Airlife 1996)

300    Merlin Power, Victor Bingham (Airlife, 1998)

301    Warpaint Series 2 #1 - Bristol Beaufighter, Alan W Hall (Alan W. Hall (Publications) Ltd, UK, 1996)

302    Warpaint Series 2 #26 - Bristol Blenheim, Andrew Thomas (Alan W. Hall (Publications) Ltd, UK, 2000)

303    Warpaint Series 2 #50 - Bristol Beaufort, Tony Buttler (Warpaint Books Ltd, 2005)

304    Windsock Datafile #4 - Bristol Fighter, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1987)

305    Windsock Datafile #44 - Bristol Scouts, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1994)

306    Windsock Datafile #52 - Bristol M.1, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1995)

307    Windsock Datafile #115 - Bristol Fighter, L.A. Rogers (Albatros Productions Ltd, 2006)

308    Windsock Datafile Special - Bristol Fighter Vol.1, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1997)

309    Windsock Datafile Special - Bristol Fighter Vol.2, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1997)

310    The Best Of Wylam Aviation Drawings Book 1, (Air Age Inc, 1964)

311    Flygplansritningar 2 - Svenska Flygvapnets Jaktflygplan 1926-84, Björn Karlström (Alt om Hobby, 1984)

312    Scale Aircraft Drawings, Volume 1 - WWI, Edited by Dan Santich (Air Age Inc, 1986)

313    Forgotten Fighters/2 and Experimental Aircraft U.S. Army 1918-1941, Peter M Bowers (Arco Pub. Co 1971)

314    Britains First Warplanes, J.M. Bruce (Arms and Armour Press, 1987)

315    Insignia #11, (Blue Rider Publishing)

316    Insignia #12, (Blue Rider Publishing)

317    Insignia #13, (Blue Rider Publishing)

318    Air Forces of the Baltic States, (Blue Rider Publishing, 2001)

319    British Secret Projects: Britains Space Shuttle, Dan Sharp (Crecy, 2016)

320    Camouflage & Markings #7 - Bristol Blenheim, James Goulding (Ducimus Books)

321    Camouflage & Markings #9 - Bristol Beaufighter, James Goulding (Ducimus Books)

322    Camouflage & Markings #21 - USAAF 1942-45: British Aircraft in USAAF Service, Roger A. Freeman (Ducimus Books)

323    Air Power of the Kingdom of Bulgaria vol.3, Dimitar Nedialkov (FARK OOD, 2001)

324    X-Planes and Prototypes - From Nazi Secret Weapons To The Warplanes Of The Future, Jim Winchester (Grange Books, 2005)

325    Air War for Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete 1940-41, Christopher F Shores, Brian Cull & Nicola Malizia (Grub Street, 1987)

326    Classic Aircraft: Bombers, Bill Gunston (Hamlyn, 1978)

327    The Hamlyn Concise Guide to British Aircraft Of The WWII, David Mondey (Hamlyn, 1982)

328    The Book of Bristol Aircraft, D.A. Russell (Harborough, 1946)

329    Fighter Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War, W. M. Lamberton (Harleyford, 1960)

330    United States Army and Air Force Fighters 1916-1961, Kimbrough S. Brown, (Harleyford, 1961)

331    Aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, David Duxbury, Ross Ewing and Ross Macpherson (Heinemann, 1987)

332    Latin American Air Wars and Aircraft 1912-1969, Dan Hagedorn (Hikoki Publications, 2006)

333    Hungarian Eagles - The Hungarian Air Forces 1920-1945, Gyula Sarhidai, Viktor Kozlik & George Punka (Hikoki Publications,1999)

334    Beaufighter at War, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan 1976)

335    Blenheim - Aeroplane Icons, (Kelsey Publishing, 2011)

336    Finnish Air Force Bomber Squadron 42, Matti Hamalainen (Koala-Kustannus, 2000)

337    WWII Aircraft Fact Files - RAF Fighters Part 1, William Green and Gordon Swanborough (McDonald and Jane's, 1978)

338    WWII Aircraft Fact Files - RAF Bombers Part 1, William Green and Gordon Swanborough (McDonald and Jane's, 1979)

339    Warplanes of the Second World War: Floatplanes, Vol.6, William Green (McDonald, 1962)

340    Spanish and Portuguese Military Aviation, John M. Andrade (Midland Counties Publications, 1977)

341    Classic Airliners, Tom Singfield (Midland Publishing, 2000)

342    Air Arsenal North America, Phil Butler with Dan Hagedorn (Midland Publishing, 2004)

343    Osprey Combat Aircraft Series #5 - Blenheim Squadrons of WW2, Jon Lake (Osprey Publishing, 1998)

344    Osprey Aircraft of the Aces Series #79 - Bristol F2 Fighter Aces of World War I, John Guttman (Osprey Publishing, 2007)

345    Ultralights, The Early British Classics, Richard Riding (Patrick Stephens, 1987)

346    Aircraft Profile #137 - Bristol Beaufighter I & II, Philip J. R. Moyes (Profile Publications)

347    Aircraft Profile #139 - Bristol Scouts C & D, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)

348    Aircraft Profile #193 - Bristol M.1, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)

349    Aircraft Profile #21 - Bristol Fighter, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)

350    Aircraft Profile #218 - Bristol Blenheim Mk. IV, James D. Oughton (Profile Publications)

351    Aircraft Profile #237 - Bristol F.2B Fighters: RAF 1918-32, Chaz Bowyer (Profile Publications)

352    Aircraft Profile #6 - Bristol Bulldog, C. F. Andrews (Profile Publications)

353    Aircraft Profile #93 - Bristol Blenheim I, Philip J. R. Moyes (Profile Publications)

354    Aeromarine Origins, H.F. King (Putnam, 1966)

355    British Flying Boats and Amphibians 1909-1952, G.R. Duval (Putnam, 1966)

356    Armstrong Witworth Aircraft since 1913, Oliver Tapper (Putnam, 1973)

357    Fairey Aircraft since 1915, H.A. Taylor (Putnam, 1974)

358    Canadian Aircraft since 1909, K.M. Molson and H.A Taylor (Putnam, 1982)

359    Shorts Aircraft since 1900, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1989)

360    Avro Aircraft since 1908, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1990)

361    Boulton Paul Aircraft since 1915, Alec Brew (Putnam, 1993)

362    An Illustrated Guide to Allied Bombers of World War II, Bill Gunston (Salamander, 1980)

363    An Illustrated Guide to Allied Fighters of World War II, Bill Gunston (Salamander, 1981)

364    SAM Modellers Datafile 06 - The Bristol Beaufighter, Richard A. Franks (SAM Publications, 2002)

365    Aircraft in Action #1087 - Bristol Blenheim in Action, Ron Mackay (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1988)

366    Aircraft in Action No.1137 - Bristol Fighter, (Squadron-Signal Publications)

367    Aircraft in Action No.1153 - Bristol Beaufighter & Brigand, (Squadron-Signal Publications)

368    Aircraft Special #6073 - Finnish Air Force 1939-45, Kalevi Keskinen (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1998)

369    Mushroom Model Magazine Special - Yellow Series 6116 - Bristol Bulldog and Gloster Gauntlet, Alex Crawford (Stratus Publications, 2005)

370    Fighter Master - Folland and the Gladiators, Derek N. James (Tempus, 2007)

371    Bristol Blenheim, Theo Boiten (The Crowood Press, 1998)

372    British Experimental Turbojet Aircraft, Barry Jones (The Crowood Press, 2003)

373    BAC Concorde, Kev Darling (The Crowood Press, 2004)

374    Bristol Beaufighter, Jerry Scutts (The Crowood Press, 2004)

375    BAC - A History, Stephen Skinner (The Crowood Press, 2012)

376    Concorde - Story of a Supersonic Pioneer, Kenneth Owen (Science Museum, 2001)

377    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,23202.0.html

378    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,4345.0.html

379    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,29606.0.html

380    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3537.0.html

381    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18276.0.html

382    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,10759.0.html

383    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,11854.0.html

384    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,849.0.html

385    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2309.0.html

386    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,29457.0.html

387    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,9267.0.html

388    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,1456.0.html

389    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2872.0.html

390    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,24673.0.html

391    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,620.0.html

392    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,7063.0.html



Books & Booklets
 
1.Bristol Aircraft since 1910, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1970)
2.Bristol, an Aircraft Album, James D. Oughton (Ian Allan,1973)
3.The Bristol Aeroplane Company, Derek N. James (Tempus, 2001)
4.British Aircraft 1809-1914, Peter Lewis (Putnam, 1962)
5.The British Fighter since 1912, Peter Lewis (Putnam, 1965)
6.Aeromarine Origins, H.F. King (Putnam, 1966)
7.British Flying Boats and Amphibians 1909-1952, G.R. Duval (Putnam, 1966)
8.The British Bomber since 1914, Peter Lewis (Putnam, 1967)
9.British Aeroplanes 1914-1918, J.M. Bruce (Putnam, J.M. Bruce (Putnam, 1969)
10.British Civil Aircraft since 1919 Volume 1, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 2nd Ed., 1973)
11.Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft since 1913, Oliver Tapper (Putnam, 1973)
12.Fairey Aircraft since 1915, H.A. Taylor (Putnam, 1974)
13.British Naval Aircraft since 1912, Owen Thetford (Putnam, 1978)
14.Aircraft of the Royal Air Force since 1918, Owen Thetford (Putnam, 1979)
15.The Aeroplanes of the Royal Flying Corps (Military Wing), J.M. Bruce (Putnam, 1982)
16.Canadian Aircraft since 1909, K.M. Molson and H.A Taylor (Putnam, 1982)
17.Shorts Aircraft since 1900, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1989)
18.Avro Aircraft since 1908, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 1990)
19.The British Fighter Since 1912, Francis K. Mason (Putnam, 1992)
20.Boulton Paul Aircraft since 1915, Alec Brew (Putnam, 1993)
21.The British Bomber Since 1914, Francis K. Mason (Putnam, 1994)
22.British Secret Projects: Fighters and Bombers 1935-1950, Tony Buttler (Midland, 2004)
23.British Secret Projects: Hypersonics, Ramjets and Missiles, Chris Gibson and Tony Buttler (Midland, 2007)
24.British Secret Projects 1: Jet Fighters since 1950, Tony Buttler (Crecy, 2017)
25.British Secret Projects 2: Jet Bombers since 1949, Tony Buttler (Crecy, 2018)
26.British Secret Projects 3: Fighters 1935-1950, Tony Buttler (Crecy, 2018)
27.British Secret Projects 5: Britains Space Shuttle, Dan Sharp (Crecy, 2016)
28.The Bristol 170, Britannia, Canadair CL-28 and CL-44, Peter Davis and Stephen Piercey (Air-Britain (Historians), 1977)
29.The Beaufort File, Roger Hayward (Air Britain (Historians), 1990)
30.The Bristol 170, Derek A. King (Air Britain (Historians), 2011)
31.False Dawn - The Beagle Aircraft Story, Tom Wenham (Air Britain Publishing, 2015)
32.British Aircraft Before The Great War, Michael H. Goodall and Albert E. Tagg (Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001)
33.Bristol Blenheim, Theo Boiten (The Crowood Press, 1998)
34.Bristol Britannia, Charles Woodley (The Crowood Press, 2002)
35.Turret Fighters, Alec Brew (The Crowood Press,2002)
36.British Experimental Turbojet Aircraft, Barry Jones (The Crowood Press, 2003)
37.Air Arsenal North America, Phil Butler with Dan Hagedorn (Midland Publishing, 2004)
38.BAC Concorde, Kev Darling (The Crowood Press, 2004)
39.Bristol Beaufighter, Jerry Scutts (The Crowood Press, 2004)
40.BAC TSR2 - Britains Lost Bomber, Damien Burke (The Crowood Press, 2010)
41.BAC - A History, Stephen Skinner (The Crowood Press, 2012)
42.British Light Aeroplanes 1920-1940, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)
43.British Commercial Aircraft 1920-1940, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2003)
44.Hungarian Eagles - The Hungarian Air Forces 1920-1945, Gyula Sarhidai,‎ Viktor Kozlik &‎ George Punka (Hikoki Publications,1999)
45.Latin American Air Wars and Aircraft 1912-1969, Dan Hagedorn (Hikoki Publications, 2006)
46.Vulcans Hammer - V-force Projects and Weapons Since 1945, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2011)
47.British Experimental Combat Aircraft of World War II, Tony Buttler (Hikoki Publications, 2012)
48.Nimrods Genesis, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2015)
49.On Atlas' Shoulders, Chris Gibson (Hikoki Publications, 2016)
50.British Research and Development Aircraft, Ray Sturtivant (Haynes, 1990)
51.Project Cancelled, Derek Wood (Janes, 2nd Ed., 1986)
52.Back To The Drawing Board, Bill Gunston (Airlife 1996)
53.Stuck on the Drawing Board, Richard Payne (Tempus, 2004)
54.Project Tech Profile 04 - The Air Staff and AEW, Chris Gibson (Blue Envoy Press, 2013)
55.Project Tech Profile 06 - The Air Staff and the Helicopter, Chris Gibson (Blue Envoy Press, 2017)
56.Project Tech Profile 07 - The Admiralty and the Helicopter, James Jackson (Blue Envoy Press, 2018)
57.Fighter Master - Folland and the Gladiators, Derek N. James (Tempus, 2007)
58.RAF Bomber Command 1936-1940, James Gouding and Philip Moyes (Ian Allan, 1975)
59.RAF Bomber Command 1941-1945, James Gouding and Philip Moyes (Ian Allan, 1978)
60.Beaufighter at War, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan 1976)
61.Beaufort Special, Bruce Robertson (Ian Allan, 1976)
62.Bristol Blenheim, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan, 1984)
63.Bristol F.2B, King of Two-Seaters, Chaz Bowyer (Ian Allan, 1985)
64.Interceptor, James Goulding (Ian Allan, 1986)
65.Bristol Beaufighter, Victor Bingham (Airlife, 1994)
66.Merlin Power, Victor Bingham (Airlife, 1998)
67.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.I, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1940)
68.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.II, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1941)
69.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.III, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1942)
70.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.IV, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1943)
71.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.V, H.J. Cooper and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1944)
72.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.VI, C.B. Maycock and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1945)
73.Aircraft of the Fighting Powers Vol.VII, E.J. Riding and O.G. Thetford (Harborough, 1946)
74.The Book of Bristol Aircraft, D.A. Russell (Harborough, 1946)
75.Fighter Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War, W. M. Lamberton (Harleyford, 1960)
76.United States Army and Air Force Fighters 1916-1961, Kimbrough S. Brown, (Harleyford, 1961)
77.Reconnaissance and Bomber Aircraft of the 1914-1918 War, W.M. Lamberton (Harleyford, 1962)
78.Famous Bombers of the Second World War, Second Series, William Green (Macdonald & Co,1960)
79.Famous Fighters of the Second World War, William Green (Macdonald and Janes, 3rd Ed., 1975)
80.Warplanes of the Second World War: Fighters Vol.2, William Green (McDonald, 1961)
81.Warplanes of the Second World War: Floatplanes Vol.6, William Green (McDonald, 1962)
82.Warplanes of the First World War: Fighters, Vol.1, J.M. Bruce (McDonald, 1965)
83.WWII Aircraft Fact Files - RAF Fighters Part 1, William Green and Gordon Swanborough ((McDonald and Jane's, 1978)
84.WWII Aircraft Fact Files - RAF Bombers Part 1, William Green and Gordon Swanborough ((McDonald and Jane's, 1979)
85.Ultralights, The Early British Classics, Richard Riding (Patrick Stephens, 1987)
86.The Forgotten Bomber, Graham Warner (Patrick Stephens Ltd., 1991)
87.Aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, David Duxbury, Ross Ewing and Ross Macpherson (Heinemann, 1987)
88.Aviation News Mini-Monograph - Bristol Brigand, Chris Ashworth (Alan W Hall Publications, 1991)
89.Aviation News Mini-Monograph - Bristol Britannia in Royal Air Force Service, Paul A. Jackson (Alan W Hall Publications, 1981)
90.Britains First Warplanes, J.M. Bruce (Arms and Armour Press, 1987)
91.Blenheim - Aeroplane Icons (Kelsey Publishing, 2011)
92.British Aircraft of WWIVolume 1 - Experimental Fighters Part 1, Colin A Owers (Aeronaut Books, 2017)
93.Air Forces of the Baltic States (Blue Rider Publishing, 2001)
94.Air Power of the Kingdom of Bulgaria vol.3, Dimitar Nedialkov (FARK OOD, 2001)
95.Air War for Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete 1940-41, Christopher F Shores, Brian Cull & Nicola Malizia (Grub Street, 1987)
96.Spanish and Portuguese Military Aviation, John M. Andrade (Midland Counties Publications, 1977)
97.Classic Airliners, Tom Singfield (Midland, 2000)
98.Concorde - Story of a Supersonic Pioneer, Kenneth Owen (Science Museum, 2001)
99.Data Plan #2, Alfred Granger (Taurus Press, 1973)
100.F-40 #20 - Bristol 171 Sycamore Mk.52, Michael Riedesser (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Luftwaffe eV, 1993)
101.Classic Aircraft: Bombers, Bill Gunston (Hamlyn, 1978)
102.The Hamlyn Concise Guide to British Aircraft Of The WWII, David Mondey (Hamlyn, 1982)
103.On Silver Wings - RAF Biplane Fighters Between the Wars, Alec Lumsden and Owen Thetford (Osprey Publishing, 1993)
104.Osprey Aircraft of the Aces Series #79 - Bristol F2 Fighter Aces of World War I, John Guttman (Osprey Publishing, 2007)
105.Osprey Combat Aircraft Series #5 - Blenheim Squadrons of WW2, Jon Lake (Osprey Publishing, 1998)
106.Finnish Air Force Bomber Squadron 42, Matti Hamalainen (Koala-Kustannus, 2000)
107.Forgotten Fighters/2 and Experimental Aircraft U.S. Army 1918-1941, Peter M Bowers (Arco Pub. Co 1971)
108.Monografie Lotnicze #74 - Bristol Beaufighter Vol.1, Kamil Nowicki (A-J Press, Gdańsk, Poland, 2001 - in Polish)
109.Monografie Lotnicze #75 - Bristol Beaufighter Vol.2, Kamil Nowicki (A-J Press, Gdańsk, Poland, 2003 - in Polish)
110.Mushroom Model Magazine Special - Yellow Series 6116 - Bristol Bulldog and Gloster Gauntlet, Alex Crawford (Stratus Publications, 2005)
111.SAM Modellers Datafile 06 - The Bristol Beaufighter, Richard A. Franks (SAM Publications, 2002)
112.Flygplansritningar 2 - Svenska Flygvapnets Jaktflygplan 1926-84, Björn Karlström (Alt om Hobby, 1984)
113.The Best Of Wylam Aviation Drawings Book 1, (Air Age Inc, 1964)
114.Scale Aircraft Drawings, Volume 1 - WWI, Edited, Dan Santich (Air Age Inc, 1986)
115.The Encyclopedia of Civil Aircraft, David Donald (Thunder Books, 1999)
116.X-Planes and Prototypes - From Nazi Secret Weapons To The Warplanes Of The Future, Jim Winchester (Grange Books, 2005)
117.An Illustrated Guide to Allied Bombers of World War II, Bill Gunston (Salamander, 1980)
118.An Illustrated Guide to Allied Fighters of World War II, Bill Gunston (Salamander, 1981)
119.Aircraft in Action #1087 - Bristol Blenheim in Action, Ron Mackay (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1988)
120.Aircraft in Action #1137 - Bristol Fighter in Action, Peter Cooksley (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1993)
121.Aircraft in Action #1153 - Bristol Beaufighter in Action, Jerry Scutts (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1995)
122.Aircraft Special #6073 - Finnish Air Force 1939-45, Kalevi Keskinen (Squadron/Signal Publishing, 1998)
123.Warpaint Series 2 #1 - Bristol Beaufighter, Alan W Hall (Alan W. Hall (Publications) Ltd, UK, 1996)
124.Warpaint Series 2 #26 - Bristol Blenheim, Andrew Thomas (Alan W. Hall (Publications) Ltd, UK, 2000)
125.Warpaint Series 2 #50 - Bristol Beaufort, Tony Buttler (Warpaint Books Ltd, 2005)
126.Windsock Datafile #4 - Bristol Fighter, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1987)
127.Windsock Datafile #44 - Bristol Scouts, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1994)
128.Windsock Datafile #52 - Bristol M.1,  J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1995)
129.Windsock Datafile #115 - Bristol Fighter, L.A. Rogers (Albatros Productions Ltd, 2006)
130.Windsock Datafile Special - Bristol Fighter Vol.1, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1997)
131.Windsock Datafile Special - Bristol Fighter Vol.2, J.M. Bruce (Albatros Productions Ltd, 1997)
132.Aircraft Profile #6 - Bristol Bulldog, C. F. Andrews (Profile Publications)
133.Aircraft Profile #21 - Bristol Fighter, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)
134.Aircraft Profile #93 - Bristol Blenheim I, Philip J. R. Moyes (Profile Publications)
135.Aircraft Profile #137 - Bristol Beaufighter I & II, Philip J. R. Moyes (Profile Publications)
136.Aircraft Profile #139 - Bristol Scouts C & D, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)
137.Aircraft Profile #193 - Bristol M.1, J. M. Bruce (Profile Publications)
138.Aircraft Profile #218 - Bristol Blenheim Mk. IV, James D. Oughton (Profile Publications)
139.Aircraft Profile #237 - Bristol F.2B Fighters: RAF 1918-32, Chaz Bowyer (Profile Publications)
140.Camouflage & Markings #7 - Bristol Blenheim, James Goulding (Ducimus Books)
141.Camouflage & Markings #9 - Bristol Beaufighter, James Goulding (Ducimus Books)
142.Camouflage & Markings #21 - USAAF 1942-45: British Aircraft in USAAF Service, Roger A. Freeman (Ducimus Books)

Magazines and Periodicals
 
300.21st Profile No 10440.BARG Roundel Sep 1982
301.21st Profile No 13441.BARG Roundel Nov 1982
302.21st Profile No 14442.BARG Roundel Mar 1983
303.21st Profile No 16443.BARG Roundel May 1983
304.Aeroplane Monthly Jun 1974444.BARG Roundel Jul 1983
305.Aeroplane Monthly Mar 1981445.BARG Roundel Sep 1983
306.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 1983446.BARG Roundel Nov 1983
307.Aeroplane Monthly Nov 1984447.BARG Roundel Jan 1984
308.Aeroplane Monthly Jul 1985448.BARG Roundel Mar 1984
309.Aeroplane Monthly Jun 1986449.BARG Roundel May 1985
310.Aeroplane Monthly Jan 1987450.BARG Roundel Jan 1986
311.Aeroplane Monthly Dec 1989451.BARG Roundel Mar 1986
312.Aeroplane Monthly Nov 1990452.BARG Roundel Jul 1986
313.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 1991453.BARG Roundel Aug 1993
314.Aeroplane Monthly Sep 1991454.Insignia No 11
315.Aeroplane Monthly Jul 1993455.Insignia No 12
316.Aeroplane Monthly Jul 1994456.Insignia No 13
317.Aeroplane Monthly Jun 1997457.Planes No 8
318.Aeroplane Monthly Jan 1998458.Planes No 10
319.Aeroplane Monthly May 1999459.The Aeroplane 27 Feb 1935
320.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 1999460.The Aeroplane 07 Oct 1936
321.Aeroplane Monthly Sep 1999461.The Aeroplane 16 Jun 1937
322.Aeroplane Monthly Apr 2000462.The Aeroplane 02 Aug 1939
323.Aeroplane Monthly Feb 2002463.The Aeroplane 08 Aug 1941
324.Aeroplane Monthly Jul 2002464.The Aeroplane 24 Nov 1944
325.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 2003465.The Aeroplane 30 Nov 1945
326.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 2005466.The Aeroplane 14 Dec 1945
327.Aeroplane Monthly Oct 2005467.The Aeroplane 08 Mar 1946
328.Aeroplane Monthly Oct 2006468.The Aeroplane 15 Mar 1946
329.Aeroplane Monthly Nov 2006469.The Aeroplane 26 Jul 1946
330.Aeroplane Monthly May 2007470.The Aeroplane 31 Oct 1947
331.Aeroplane Monthly Sep 2009471.The Aeroplane 23 Sep 1949
332.Aeroplane Monthly Jan 2010472.The Aeroplane 16 Mar 1951
333.Aeroplane Monthly Mar 2010473.Wings Of Fame No 18
334.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 2012474.Wings Of Fame No 19
335.Aeroplane Monthly Feb 2015475.Wingspan (Incorporating Planes) No 44
336.Aeroplane Monthly Jun 2015476.Flight 18 Mar 1911
337.Aeroplane Monthly May 2016477.Flight 30 Sep 1911
338.Aeroplane Monthly Aug 2016478.Flight 17 May 1913
339.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1977/1 (Air-Britain Publications)479.Flight 25 Apr 1914
340.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1977/2 (Air-Britain Publications)480.Flight 23 Oct 1919
341.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1979/1 (Air-Britain Publications)481.Flight 7 Jul 1921
342.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1984/3 (Air-Britain Publications)482.Flight 19 Jan 1922
343.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1988/2 (Air-Britain Publications)483.Flight 7 Dec 1922
344.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 1990/3 (Air-Britain Publications)484.Flight 26 July 1923
345.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2000/4 (Air-Britain Publications)485.Flight 10 Jul 1924
346.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2002/3 (Air-Britain Publications)486.Flight 25 Sep 1924
347.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2002/4 (Air-Britain Publications)487.Flight 8 Jul 1926
348.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2004/1 (Air-Britain Publications)488.Flight 25 Aug 1927
349.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2004/4 (Air-Britain Publications)489.Flight 5 Jul 1928
350.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2005/4 (Air-Britain Publications)490.Flight 11 Jul 1929
351.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2008/3 (Air-Britain Publications)491.Flight 9 Dec 1930
352.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2008/4 (Air-Britain Publications)492.Flight 4 Dec 1931
353.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2009/2 (Air-Britain Publications)493.Flight 28 Feb 1935
354.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2009/4 (Air-Britain Publications)494.Flight 1 Oct 1936
355.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2011/3 (Air-Britain Publications)495.Flight 24 Jun 1937
356.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2012/1 (Air-Britain Publications)496.Flight 12 Jun 1941
357.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2012/3 (Air-Britain Publications)497.Flight 14 Aug 1941
358.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2012/4 (Air-Britain Publications)498.Flight 5 Mar 1942
359.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2013/4 (Air-Britain Publications)499.Flight 26 Mar 1942
360.Air Britain Aeromilitaria 2016/3 (Air-Britain Publications)500.Flight 18 Oct 1945
361.Air Britain Archive 2002/2 (Air-Britain Publications)501.Flight 13 Dec 1945
362.Air Britain Archive 2005/1 (Air-Britain Publications)502.Flight 7 Mar 1946
363.Air Britain Archive 2006/4 (Air-Britain Publications)503.Flight 16 May 1946
364.Air Britain Archive 2013/1 (Air-Britain Publications)504.Flight 17 Oct 1946
365.Air Britain Aviation World 2005/2 (Air-Britain Publications)505.Flight 27 Mar 1947
366.Air Britain Aviation World 2006/4 (Air-Britain Publications)506.Flight 24 Jul 1947
367.Air Britain Aviation World 2012/2 (Air-Britain Publications)507.Flight 16 Oct 1947
368.Air Britain Aviation World 2013/1 (Air-Britain Publications)508.Flight 30 Oct 1947
369.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 16509.Flight 19 Feb 1948
370.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 18510.Flight 29 Apr 1948
371.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 20511.Flight 10 Feb 1949
372.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 27512.Flight 8 Sep 1949
373.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 28513.Flight 29 Sep 1949
374.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 32514.Flight 24 Nov 1949
375.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 35515.Flight 16 Mar 1951
376.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 46516.Flight 28 Sep 1951
377.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 54517.Flight 25 Jan 1952
378.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 59518.Flight 4 Jul 1952
379.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 60519.Flight 22 Aug 1952
380.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 69520.Flight 7 Nov 1952
381.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 77521.Flight 16 Jan 1953
382.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 79522.Flight 23 Jan 1953
383.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 82523.Flight 17 Jul 1953
384.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 83524.Flight 21 Jan 1955
385.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 88525.Flight 25 Feb 1955
386.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 109526.Flight 22 Apr 1955
387.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 111527.Flight 12 Aug 1955
388.Air Enthusiast Quarterly No 128528.Flight 11 Nov 1955
389.Air International Sep 1971529.Flight 6 Jul 1956
390.Air International Sep 1972530.Flight 18 Jan 1957
391.Air International Jan 1973531.Flight 1 Nov 1957
392.Air International Feb 1973532.Flight 24 Jan1958
393.Air International Jan 1974533.Flight 25 Jul 1958
394.Air International Mar 1974534.Flight 1 Aug 1958
395.Air International Nov 1978535.Flight 26 Sep 1958
396.Air International Aug 1986536.Flight 3 Oct 1958
397.Air International Jul 1991537.Flight 17 Oct 1958
398.Air International Mar 1997538.Flight 24 Oct 1958
399.Air International Aug 2008539.Flight 31 Oct 1958
400.Air Pictorial Jul 1957540.Flight 14 Aug 1959
401.Air Pictorial Mar 1958541.Flight 11 Dec 1959
402.Air Pictorial Jun 1958542.Flight 3 May 1962
403.Air Pictorial Mar 1960
404.Air Pictorial Aug 1961
405.Air Pictorial Jul 1964
406.Air Pictorial Dec 1968
407.Air Pictorial Jan 1969
408.Air Pictorial Dec 1969
409.Air Pictorial Nov 1970
410.Air Pictorial Dec 1970
411.Air Pictorial Nov 1971
412.Air Pictorial Apr 1975
413.Air Pictorial Nov 1976
414.Air Pictorial Feb 1989
415.Aircraft Sep 1912
416.Aircraft Illustrated Feb 1969
417.Aircraft Illustrated Mar 1969
418.Aircraft Illustrated Apr 1969
419.Aircraft Illustrated May 1969
420.Aircraft Illustrated Apr 1970
421.Aircraft Illustrated Aug 1970
422.Aircraft Illustrated Aug 1977
423.Aircraft Illustrated Sep 1977
424.Aircraft Illustrated Oct 1977
425.Aircraft Illustrated Nov 1977
426.Aviation Historian No 14
427.Aviation News Vol 1 No 14
428.Aviation News Vol 1 No 24
429.Aviation News Vol 2 No 11
430.Aviation News Vol 2 No 14
431.Aviation News Vol 6 No 3
432.Aviation News Vol 7 No 13
433.Aviation News Vol 9 No 15
434.Aviation News Vol 11 No 3
435.Aviation News Vol 12 No 13
436.Aviation News Vol 14 No 25
437.Aviation News Vol 16 No 11
438.Aviation News Vol 17 No 1
439.Aviation News Oct 2010

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801. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,849.0.html
802. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,1456.0.html
803. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2309.0.html
804. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2872.0.html
805. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3537.0.html
806. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,4345.0.html
807. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,5661.0.html
808. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,7063.0.html
809. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,9267.0.html
810. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,9900.0.html
811. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,10040.0.html
812. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,10759.0.html
813. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,11854.0.html
814. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,16345.0.html
815. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18276.0.html
816. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18431.0.html
817. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,22020.0.html
818. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,23202.0.html
819. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,24673.0.html
820. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,28199.0.html
821. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,29457.0.html
822. https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,29606.0.html
823. https://forum.keypublishing.com/archive/index.php/t-1078.html
824. Western-built aircraft in Soviet & Eastern Block service [available from: https://www.airhistory.net/files/st/foreigners.pdf]




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Bristol Sequence Numbers
Bristol used Sequence Numbers to identify individual airframes. For consistency across this site, the term 'C/n' is used in the following linked production details.

Type No

Name

Qty (New)

Qty (Conv.)

Canc'd

 

Type No

Name

Qty (New)

Qty (Conv.)

Canc'd

 

 

  1910 biplane (Boxkite)

91

PRDN_LIST

  75

  Commercial Biplane

1

(1)

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  1910 Glider

1

PRDN_LIST

  75A

  Express Freighter

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  1911 Racing Biplane

1

PRDN_LIST

  76

  Jupiter Fighter

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  1911 Racing Monoplane

2

PRDN_LIST

  76A

  Jupiter Fighter

1

PRDN_LIST

  T

 

5

1

PRDN_LIST

  76B

  Jupiter Fighter

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Prier P.1

3

PRDN_LIST

  77

  M.1D

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Prier Single Seat School

7

(2)

PRDN_LIST

  78

  Fighter C

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Prier Two Seat

11

PRDN_LIST

  79

  Brandon

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Challenger-England

(1)

PRDN_LIST

  81

  Puma Trainer

4

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Prier-Dickson M/plane

10

(1)

PRDN_LIST

  81A

  Puma Trainer

6

PRDN_LIST

 

  Prier Side-by-Side

3

PRDN_LIST

  83A

  Primary Training Biplane

6

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  G.E.1

1

PRDN_LIST

  83B

  Primary Training Biplane

18

(6)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Burney X.2

1

PRDN_LIST

  83C

  Primary Training Biplane

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda School Mono

7

PRDN_LIST

  83E

  Primary Training Biplane

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda Side-by-Side

7

PRDN_LIST

  84

  Bloodhound

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  G.E.2

2

PRDN_LIST

  85

  Seely

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda Mil. Trials Mono

2

PRDN_LIST

  86

  Tourer

(6)

PRDN_LIST

 

  G.E.3

2

PRDN_LIST

  88

  Tourer

2

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda Daimler Mono

1

PRDN_LIST

  88A

  Tourer

3

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda Military Mono (1)

19

34

PRDN_LIST

  89

  Jupiter Trainer

9

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  Coanda Hydro

1

PRDN_LIST

  89A

  Jupiter Trainer

15

PRDN_LIST

 

  B.R.7

8

PRDN_LIST

  90

  Berkeley

3

PRDN_LIST

 

  Burney X.3

1

PRDN_LIST

  91

  Brownie Mk.I

3

PRDN_LIST

 

  T.B.8

14

(15)

2

PRDN_LIST

  91A

  Brownie Mk.I

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  1914 Hydro Biplane

2

PRDN_LIST

  91B

  Brownie Mk.II

(1)

PRDN_LIST

 

  S.B.5

1

PRDN_LIST

  92

 

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  P.B.8

1

PRDN_LIST

  93

  Boarhound Mk.I

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Scout A

1

PRDN_LIST

  93A

  Beaver

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  S.S.A.

1

PRDN_LIST

  93B

  Boarhound Mk.II

2

PRDN_LIST

 

  G.B.75

1

PRDN_LIST

  95

  Bagshot

1

PRDN_LIST

 

  Scout B

2

PRDN_LIST

  96

  F.2B Mk.III

83

(57)

PRDN_LIST

  1

  Scout C

161

PRDN_LIST

  96A

  F.2B Mk.IV

(51)

PRDN_LIST

  2

  Scout D

70

40

PRDN_LIST

  99

  Badminton

1

PRDN_LIST

  3

  Scout D

80

PRDN_LIST

  99A

  Badminton

PRDN_LIST

  4

  Scout D

60

PRDN_LIST

  101

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  5

  Scout D

(3)

PRDN_LIST

  105

  Bulldog

384

(3)

PRDN_LIST

  6

  T.T.A.

2

PRDN_LIST

  107

  Bullpup

1

PRDN_LIST

  7

  F.3A

2

PRDN_LIST

  109

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  8

  S.2A

2

2

PRDN_LIST

  110A

 

1

1

PRDN_LIST

  10

  M.1A

1

PRDN_LIST

  118

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  11

  M.1B

4

PRDN_LIST

  118A

 

(1)

1

PRDN_LIST

  12

  F.2A

52

PRDN_LIST

  119

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  13

  M.R.1

2

PRDN_LIST

  120

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  14

  F.2B Fighter

2860

60

PRDN_LIST

  123

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  15

  F.2B Fighter

1720

1779

PRDN_LIST

  124

  Bulldog TM

59

(1)

PRDN_LIST

  16

  F.2B Fighter

3

PRDN_LIST

  130

  Bombay

51

30

PRDN_LIST

  17

  F.2B Fighter

(173)

PRDN_LIST

  132

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  17A

  F.2B Fighter

28

(37)

PRDN_LIST

  133

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  17B (2)

  F.2B Fighter

50

(10)

PRDN_LIST

  138A

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  18

  Scout E

1

PRDN_LIST

  138B

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  20

  M.1C

125

PRDN_LIST

  142

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  21

  Scout F

2

PRDN_LIST

  142M

  Blenheim I & II

1251

34

PRDN_LIST

  21A

  Scout F.1

2

2

PRDN_LIST

  143

 

1

PRDN_LIST

  23

  Badger I

2

1

PRDN_LIST

  146

 

1

1

PRDN_LIST

  23A

  Badger II

1

PRDN_LIST