Title: Handley-Page Harrow

The Handley-Page HP54 Harrow was a British heavy bomber which first flew in 1936. All 100 ordered were in service by the end of 1937, but they had been superceded by more modern bombers by 1939 and they spent the war largely as transport aircraft. Several examples were used for the first in-flight refuelling service and all had been withdrawn from service by 1945.

This title contains the RAF Air Publication Volume One (Descriptive & Servicing Manual) for the Harrow, plus to give value, the RAF Air Publication Volume One for another Handley-Page bomber, the earlier Heyford. (It was too early to have pilot’s notes) along with the Aircraft Profile for the Heyford. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • RAF Air Publication AP 1532A Volume 1, 1st Edition dated February 1937, covering the Harrow I aeroplanes with Pegasus X engines, with approx. 110 pages.
  • RAF Air Publication AP 1468C Volume 1, 2nd Edition dated November 1936, covering the Heyford III aeroplanes with Kestrel VI engines, with approx. 126 pages.
  • Aircraft Profile publication No 182 covering the Handley-Page Heyford, dated 1967 with 12 pages.