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Airplanes - Types - Interior of aerobus that made record breaking trip from Paris to London and back. Military observers Farnam Aerobus

Airplanes - Types - Interior of aerobus that made record breaking trip...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Airplanes - Types

Airplanes - Types - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and London without stops. Machine about to start. Keystone View Co

Airplanes - Types - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and Lond...

Photographer: Keystone View Co. Airplanes - Types

Airplanes - Historical - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and London without stops. Two different kinds of planes used; one closed in and other open

Airplanes - Historical - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and...

Photographer: Kadel & Herbert Airplanes - Historical

Airplanes - Types - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and London without stops. Interior of aerobus, Farman type, showing comfortable seats for passengers. Keystone View Co

Airplanes - Types - Aerobus carrying passengers between Paris and Lond...

Photographer: Keystone View Co. Airplanes - Types

Airplanes - Types - Inside aerobus while in flight from London to Paris. Shows the interior of plane, part of the pilot, and passengers who made this record breaking trip

Airplanes - Types - Inside aerobus while in flight from London to Pari...

Date Taken: 3/7/1919 Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Airplanes - Types

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