Aircraft exhibition in Science Museum in London.
GV. The new building of the Science Museum, London, which holds the aircraft gallery. GV. Interior, showing Amy Johnson's Gypsy Moth aircraft from 1930, hanging from ceiling in background. In foreground, Alcock and Brown's Vickers Vimy from 1919. SV. The Vimy. SCU. Cockpit of Vimy. GV. The SE5A fighter from 1917. SV. The SE5A. SVA 1909 Avro triplane. SV. SCU. Sir Edward Boyle, Minister of Education, making opening speech. GV. Audience applauding. SV. Sir Edward Boyle and Dr Follett, Director of the Science Museum, walking round the exhibition. GV. & SV. A 1903 Wright flyer. SCU. Lord Montagu looking round. GV. Model of the R 101. SV. The S.6B Super Marine Seaplane, winner of Schneider Trophy. SCU. Sir Edward Boyle looking at planes. SV. The Spitfire 1A. GV. The engine part of the exhibition. SV. Pan down the Short Vertical Takeoff Flying Bedstead. SCU. CU. The Whittle first jet engine. SV. The first jet aeroplane the Gloster E.28/39. GV. The exhibition.