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Steeple Chase
The De Havilland DH.60 Moth  revolutionised UK private flying and went  on to become the ancestor of a long line  of famous variously-named Moths from  the company.  First flown in 1925, the DH.60 Moth  exceeded expectations and was soon  selected by flying clubs and private  buyers, many being exported around the  world.  This painting depicts two De Havilland  DH.60 Moths in the colours of The de  Havilland School of Flying making a  graceful flight past Chichester Cathedral  in Sussex, England. 
Gypsy Moth
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Myles Bickerton a Surgeon Lieutenant  who had served with the Royal Navy in  destroyers during the First World War  was impressed by the "cheap string  and cloth" aircraft which he saw flying  from the cliffs of Dover during the war. After the war he learned to fly at  Heston aerodrome, London. He began  to fly from a field which made up part  of the present Denham aerodrome site  after Heston closed down. Eventually  buying it from Major G. Way in 1934. He bought his own aeroplane G-  ABAG, a de Havilland Moth, which can  be seen today at the Shuttleworth  Collection at Old  Warden,  Bedfordshire. It was  previously owned for  a short time by Amy  Johnson, the first  woman to fly to  Australia.  
aviation art painting by terry jones - steeple chase Copyright© 2011, Terry Jones Aviation Art. All rights reserved . Web Design © 2012 scaachi-by-design.
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