EPW030073 ENGLAND (1929). The R101 airship on its first test flight, Bayswater, 1929

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Title [EPW030073] The R101 airship on its first test flight, Bayswater, 1929
Reference EPW030073
Date 14-October-1929
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Place name BAYSWATER
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526176, 180957
Longitude / Latitude -0.18147731144485, 51.512948345441
National Grid Reference TQ262810

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Paddington Goods Station GWR - relatively new roof.

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Westbourne Bridge

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User Comment Contributions

There is more on the R101 at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R101.

melgibbs
Monday 9th of March 2015 06:46:10 PM
Strange to see this as was, I can remember playing on a massive bomb site in Westbourne Grove where the Hallfield estate now stands, I can still remember the damp smell and yellow flowers, one thing that sticks in my mind were lots of grey metal square boxes dumped, in later life I realised they were electrical capacitors, presumably bought as part of a war surplus job lot with no takers and no scrap value!

Many years later in the early 70s I helped remove the organ (being a church organ builder) from the church at the top of the photo before it was demolished.

mack22
Wednesday 27th of February 2013 07:21:50 PM