From pioneering jets to the foundations of some of today's most successful aircraft, the experimetnal aircraft of the post-war years represent the most exciting years of British aviation. This book tells their remarkable stories, of the triumphs and frustrations of experimentation at the cutting edge of aeronautical design.
Since the early 1960s Barry Jones has followed a freelance career of illustrating, photography and writing for the aircraft and automobile industries. This has included supplying the Hawker Siddeley Group, Fairey Aviationa nd Edgar Percival Aircraft.
Gloster E.28/39; De Havilland D.H.108; Saunders Roe S.R.A/1; Hawker P.1040, P.1052, P.1072 and P.1081; Armstrong Whitworth AW.52G and 52; Gloster E.1/44; Supermarine E.41/46: Avro 707 Series; Avro Type 706 Ashton; Boulton Paul P.111, P.111a and P.210; Fairey FD.1; Handley Page H.P.88; Supermarine N.9/47; Short S.B.5; Short S.B.1 & S.B.4 Sherpa; Fairey F.D.2 and BAC Type 221; Short S.C.1; Saunders Roe S.R.53; Hawker P.1127; Handley Page H.P.115; Bristol Type 188; Hunting 126. Also includes cancelled projects: Miles M.52, Avro 720, Saunders Roe S.R.177. Supermarine 545, Hawker P.1121, BAC TSR.2.