Black and white photograph of C. M. Hill and J. G. Mackie standing beside a Caudron airplane of the Sockburn flying school

Unidentified, Photographer

1917-1919
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Maker and Role
Unidentified, Photographer
Production Date
1917-1919
Physical Description
26 x 21 cm.
Signature/Marks
Wigrams first

Instructors and engineers were "world class" craftsmen. Chief Flying Instructor C. M. Hill (right) from the Hall Flying School, London, left an indelible impression on the scores of pupils he trained at Sockburn. J. G. Mackie, who work[ed] on airframes and maintenenance, imbued confidence and enthusiasm and admiration among the fliers of that era. The machine is a Caudron II with a 60 HP Anzani engine. Typed
(Copy negative) Hand-written
Chief Flying Instructor C. M. Hill (Right) with a Caudron II aircraft of the flying school at Sockburn (now Wigram)
Power plant was a 60 H.P. Anzani engine 1917-19 Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
04/077/057
Credit Line
Unidentified. 1917-1919. Black and white photograph of C. M. Hill and J. G. Mackie standing beside a Caudron airplane of the Sockburn flying school, 04/077/057. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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