King Edward VIII and Prince Albert, Duke of York, inspect Northolt Royal Air Force station.
Item title reads - and Royal Air Force stations.
Northolt, Greater London.
M/S of a dragon rapid monoplane taxiing to a halt at Northolt. King Edward VIII (later Duke of Windsor) and Prince Albert, Duke of York, (later King George VI) walk away from the 'plane and inspect the crew. They walk towards some seats to watch a demonstration of response to an air attack. The airmen run out and get in their aeroplanes. M/S as they taxi and take off. The King watches from the ground. L/S as the aeroplanes perform some aerobatics. The King and Duke shake hands with officers and leave with Air Chief-Marshal Sir Edward Ellington.
Note: this is a continuation of the story 'His Majesty Inspects' in 36/55.