Old Aeroplanes




P-51 Mustang Princess Elizabeth at Duxford
Gloster Gladiator of Shuttleworth Collection
P-51D Mustangs at Flying Legends

Old Aeroplanes No.3 has articles about:

The Fighter Collection's Flying Legends air display - featuring warbirds, large and small.

An Albatros and Sopwith Snipe, built by The Vintage Aviator Ltd.

A Bell P-39 Q Airacobra of the Soviet Airforce, in original camouflage and markings.

The British Airliner Collection, maintained by the Duxford Aviation Society.

A report on and photographs by Philip Makanna, master of air-to-air photography.

100 pages of wonderful colour photographs.

Old Aeroplanes No.2

Devoted to warbirds at Old Warden, home of the Shuttleworth Collection.

WWI: Sopwith's Pup, Triplane, Camel and Bristol's Monoplane Scout and Bristol Fighter, SE-5a.

Between the Wars: Hawker's Hind and Demon and Gloster Gladiator.

WWII: Hurricane, Spitfires, Seafire, Storch, Cub, Po-2 and Bristol Blenheim.

Post War: The Avro Vulcan in one of its final displays. Westland Scout and Wasp helicopters.

100 full colour pages of aeroplanes of historic military aircraft.

Old Aeroplanes No.1, contains articles about:

Cole Palen’s Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.

Swedish aviation pioneer Baron Carl Cederström and his amphibian, Flygfisken - Flying Fish.

The Messerschmitt Bf-109 in Finnish Air Force service.

A photo essay on P-51 Mustangs flown at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.

Portraits of two Mustang pilots of the 8th Air Force - Frank E. Birtciel and Walter E. Hopkins.

Page after page of photographs, paintings and profiles, and no advertising to get in the way.

Pages of Old Aeroplanes Magazine No.3
Contents of Old Aeroplanes magazine #2
Inside Old Aeroplanes magazine No.1

100 pages up close and personal.