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Avro 504
Unit: 5 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 383

On October 22nd, 1914, Strange and Penn-Gaskell carried out what was probably the first ground-strafing attack of the war, when they brought the Avro's Lewis gun into action against a train and enemy troops at Perenchies siding. Exactly one month later Lt. Strange, with Lt. F.G.Small as his observer, forced down an Albatros two-seater near Neuve-Eglise.

The 'gunmounting' would probably have delighted Mr. Heath Robinson, and is best described in Wing Commander Strange's own words (in his book Recollections of an Airman):

The mounting consisted of a metal tube, which I carefully selected from the tail boom of a wrecked Henri Farman. The gun lay on the top of the fuselage decking, while a piece of rope, lashed around its centre of balance, was passed up over the metal tube and fixed to the cross member of the front seat tank bearer, for it must be remembered that in those days the front seat was on top of the petrol tank. A pulley on the rope enabled the observer to sling the gun up into mid-air and fire it all round as well as back over the pilot's head, with air of a stock from the shoulder.

Note: the profile based on the verbal description.

Strange Luis Arbon
Penn-Gaskell L. da C.
Small F.G.


Artist: © red_baron_13
Source: Red Baron 13

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | 5 Sqn, RFC | Avro 504 | 383
05/08/2013

Avro 504
Unit: Special Detachment, RNAS
Serial: 874

One of three Avro 504 (No.873, 874 and 875) which bombed on November 21st, 1914 Zeppelin base at Friedrichshafen. The aircraft No.874 was shot down by rifle fire, pilot Sqn. Cdr. Edward Featherstone Briggs was wounded, forced landed and POW. During the raid hydrogen factory was destroyed and damaged Zeppelin L.7.

Featherstone Briggs Edward


Artist: © red_baron_13
Source: Red Baron 13

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | Special Detachment, RNAS | Avro 504 | 874
05/08/2013

Avro 504A
Unit: unknown
Serial: 4034

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: HR Models

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | Avro 504A | 4034
05/08/2013

Avro 504C
Unit: NAS Yarmouth, Home Defense
Serial: 8581

Pilot - Flight Sub.Lt.John Albert Page. NAS Great Yarmouth, January 1916. Also this a/c was piloted by FSL E.Cadbury (in February), FSL W.A.Davies (in March) and FSL B.S.Wemp (in April).

Page Albert John
Cadbury E.
Davies W.A
Wemp Bert Sterling


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | NAS Yarmouth, Home Defense | Avro 504C | 8581
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Hewlett and Blondeau Avro 504K
Unit: RFC
Serial: F9754

The aircraft in typical WWI school finish with olive drab upper surfaces and clear-doped wing undersides. This aircraft was built by Hewlett and Blondeau.

Artist: unknown
Source: Air International Magazine, November 1983 (Vol.25, No.5)

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | RFC | Hewlett and Blondeau Avro 504K | F9754
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Avro 504K
Unit: 8 Training Squadron, RFC/RAF
Serial: D7600

The aircraft built by the parent company and serving with the RFC/RAF No 8 Training Squadron in 1918. Clear-doped finish with school markings on fuselage. Britain's major trainer during WWI (4800 used) with an estimate of 8100 examples built, the 504K was readily available to the world market after the end of the war.

Artist: unknown
Source: "Great Aircraft of the World", Book Editor: Len Cacutt Publishers: Marshall Cavendish Books Ltd. 58 Old Compton Street, London W1V 5PA
Source: Air International Magazine, November 1983 (Vol.25, No.5)

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | 8 Training Squadron, RFC/RAF | Avro 504K | D7600 Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | 8 Training Squadron, RFC/RAF | Avro 504K | D7600
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Avro 504J
Unit: 'A' Flight, No.1 School of Special Flying, RFC
Serial: B3168

Gosport, November 1917.

Artist: © John W.Wood
Source: 'Fighters, attack and training aircraft (1914-1919)' by Kenneth Munson, The Pocket Encyclopaedia of World Aircraft in Colour, Blandford Colour Series, Blandford Press Ltd. (c)1968, 1976.

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | 'A' Flight, No.1 School of Special Flying, RFC | Avro 504J | B3168 Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | 'A' Flight, No.1 School of Special Flying, RFC | Avro 504J | B3168
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Avro 504N
Unit: unknown
Serial: K1812 (F)

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: Aviatsia ot A do Z

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Avro 504/K1Y | Great Britain | Avro 504N | K1812 (F)
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