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Topic: royal flying corps

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Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Photo postcard of two Curtiss JN-4 aircraft. The one in the foreground has roundel insignia and number C 696. On the tail is a castle symbol, indicating that this was the training aircraft used by Vernon Castl... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Aerial photograph of Curtiss JN-4 aircraft number C126, taken over open fields with some stretches of water from another aircraft, whose wing is visible. The aircraft were from Camp Mohawk, one of the World War... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Aircraft C636, crashed upside down between two trees with three men standing in front of it. The aircraft bears the skull-and-crossbones insignia of 90 C.T.S., based at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Cor... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Airman standing in front of one of the barracks buildings at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps at Deseronto. ..One of a set of photographs taken in Deseronto, Ontario, during th... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Children playing on the fuselage of a partially-dismantled, probably crashed, aircraft with a roundel symbol on the body. The detached wheels of the aircraft (one without a tire) are visible in the foreground ... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Three men walking around a crashed aircraft with skull-and-crossbones insignia, the symbol used by 90 C.T.S., based at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps near Deseronto. The aircr... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Our Birdman: photograph of a pilot in the rear seat of one of the Royal Flying Corps' training aircraft. ..Part of an album of Royal Flying Corps photographs which belonged to the Hobbs family...[Oshawa Communi... more

Deseronto Archives

Deseronto Archives

Group of airmen in and around a Curtiss JN-4 training aircraft, probably at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' training camps near Deseronto...One of a set of photographs taken in Deseronto, Ontario, ... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

"Jimmie Russell": photograph of young boy holding a small dog outside a wooden house...One of a set of photographs taken in Deseronto, Ontario, during the First World War which came into the possession of the S... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

A group of people surrounding a crashed aircraft at an airfield identified as Camp Mohawk, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps near Deseronto, Ontario...Part of an album of Royal Flying Corps ph... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

A NOSE DIVE;: photograph of an aircraft which has landed on its nose, with a man at the right hand side of the shot, holding the wing...Part of an album of Royal Flying Corps photographs which belonged to the H... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Four men in uniform sitting on planks outside one of the barracks buildings at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps near Deseronto...One of a set of photographs taken in Deseronto, ... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Group of men in uniform standing around a crashed aircraft next to a hangar...Part of an album of Royal Flying Corps photographs which belonged to the Hobbs family...[Oshawa Community Museum & Archives referenc... more

Deseronto Archives

Deseronto Archives

A Royal Flying Corps ambulance used in the pilot training camps around Deseronto, Ontario, 1917-1918. These ambulances were known as 'Hungry Lizzies'.

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Unidentified woman with a man's hand behind her right shoulder...One of a set of photographs taken in Deseronto, Ontario, during the First World War which came into the possession of the Stapley family and whic... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Four airmen holding rifles over their left shoulders, with a building behind them. Probably taken at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps at Deseronto. ..One of a set of photographs... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Four airmen posing in and around a Curtiss JN-4 aircraft, with hangar buildings in the background. Probably taken at Camp Rathbun, one of the Royal Flying Corps' pilot training camps at Deseronto. ..One of a se... more

Deseronto Archive Photos

Deseronto Archive Photos

Copy of aerial photograph of Curtiss JN-4 aircraft C187, with a man [Lieutenant Ned Ballough] 'wing walking': standing with his arms on the top of the wing and his feet behind the back of the cockpit. This airc... more

Deseronto Archives

Deseronto Archives

"Badly Bent": photograph of five men in uniform sitting in front of a crashed Royal Flying Corps aircraft with a shamrock symbol on the side...Part of an album of Royal Flying Corps photographs which belonged t... more

One of our planes over the German lines taking observations

One of our planes over the German lines taking observations

British reconnaissance plane flying over enemy lines, in France, during World War I. This innovative photograph of a two-man biplane on a flight over enemy lines was taken by the photographer flying in another ... more

Our flying men at work on a Boche plane

Our flying men at work on a Boche plane

Five members of the Royal Flying Corps are examining the body section of a two-seater German fighter plane. The plane has a machine gun mounting in front of the forward cockpit. The sleeve badge of 'Royal Flyin... more

Damaged aeroplane arriving at an R.A.F.Depot for examination and repair

Damaged aeroplane arriving at an R.A.F.Depot for examination and repai...

This photograph shows a crane loading a wrecked aeroplane on a lorry. The rudder of the plane is painted with three vertical stripes, which would have been red, white and blue. This replaced the Union Flag on p... more

Our aeroplanes making a flight over the German lines to take observation of the enemy's movements

Our aeroplanes making a flight over the German lines to take observati...

British plane on a reconnaissance flight, in France, during World War I. This exciting and innovative photograph shows another British biplane on a reconnaissance flight high over German territory. Such is the ... more

Newly captured German machine at a Flying Corps depot near the front

Newly captured German machine at a Flying Corps depot near the front

Captured German fighter plane with some Flying Corps members, France. This photograph was taken at a Royal Flying Corps base near the front line on the Western Front, and shows a recently captured German fighte... more

TWCMS.2000.3646.4

TWCMS.2000.3646.4

Postcard, sepia, of the head and shoulders of a young officer of the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War. The badges worn by the solider indicate he was a member of the Kings Own (Royal Lancaster Reg... more

Bristol F.2 Fighter                                replica

Bristol F.2 Fighter replica

The Bristol F.2 Fighter was a British two-seat biplane fighter and reconnaissance aircraft of the First World War flown by the Royal Flying Corps. It is often simply called the Bristol Fighter or popularly the ... more

Royal Flying Corps #581 - Frank Booth - 3 March 1917

Royal Flying Corps #581 - Frank Booth - 3 March 1917

His address is listed on the reverse as 23 Boothroyden, Blackpool...Reference:WO 372/2/214001.Description: Medal card of Booth, Frank H W.Corps Regiment No Rank.Royal Flying Corps 581 Air Mechanic 2nd Class.Dat... more