Steward standing inside empty 'Argosy' passenger aeroplane, late 1920s.

Steward standing inside empty 'Argosy' passenger aeroplane, late 1920s.
3 3 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 25cm

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An Argosy interior, apparently retouched by an illustrator. The first aircraft specifically ordered for Imperial Airways was the Armstrong Whitworth Argosy. This three-engined airliner first appeared at Hendon in July 1926 and started European services reaching Paris in two and a half hours from Croydon. Later models served the Indian routes before being replaced by the HP42.

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