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Bristol Pullman

Bristol Pullman

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G1422. This was the third Braemar, it was renamed Pullman and created a sensation when it flew at the Aero show at Olympia in July 1919. It was the largest aircraft ever seen at the show and its interior was greatly admired. It was never used as passenger transport and was finally dismantled.
PublisherBritish Colonial Aeroplane Company
Contributor3COT
Creatorcorporatename - British Colonial Aeroplane Company
Datecreation - circa 1920
TypePhotographs - Aerial photographs
Formatdimension.D - 171mm
dimension.W - 220mm
Identifier
SourceBritish & Colonial Aeroplane Company Ltd
LanguageEN
Relation
Coverageperiod - Circa 1920
RightsExpired