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Scottish Aviation Caledonia

Страна: Великобритания

Год: 1911

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P.Lewis British Aircraft 1809-1914 (Putnam)


Scottish Aviation Company Caledonia

  The single-seat Caledonia Monoplane was built during 1911 by the Scottish Aviation Co., 185 Hope Street, Glasgow, and was designed by F. Norman. A 35 h.p. J.A.P. engine was mounted in the nose of the triangular-section fuselage, and the undercarriage consisted of four wheels abreast together with a pair of skids. The machine was flying in November. 1911, piloted by R. W. Philpott, at Barrhead flying-school.


Журнал Flight


Flight, June 17, 1911.

BRITISH NOTES OF THE WEEK.

New Scottish Flying Ground.

  AT the opening of the new flying ground of the Scottish Aviation Co. at Barrhead on the 3rd inst., the strong wind unfortunately prevented any actual flying. The visitors, however, were much interested in the Caledonia monoplane and also in the Bleriot school machine, the details of which were explained by Mr. F. Norman, the general manager. Arrangements have been completed for building both monoplanes and biplanes, the latter being suitable for carrying one or two persons.

P.Lewis - British Aircraft 1809-1914 /Putnam/
Scottish Aviation Co. Caledonia monoplane flown at Barrhead near Glasgow in 1911.
Журнал - Flight за 1911 г.
OPENING OF THE SCOTTISH AVIATION CO.'S FLYING GROUND AT BARRHEAD, GLASGOW. - This is situated about 5 1/2 miles from the city, and is conveniently served by both rail and tram. Our photographs show the general company assembled on the opening day, and on the right is the Caledonia monoplane built by the Scottish Aviation Co. from designs by Mr. F. Norman, the General Manager of the Company. Mr. Norman is standing by the machine in overalls and talking across to Mr. Wilson, of the W. W. Proofing Co., a firm which is making a speciality of balloon fabrics in Glasgow.