HANDLEY PAGE HEYFORD
Title: Handley-Page Heyford
The Handley-Page HP50 Heyford first flew in 1930 and was the last British biplane heavy bomber. 125 were built and they formed the mainstay of the RAF heavy bomber fleet during the late 1930’s until being replaced by more modern types such as the Whitley and Wellesley. They were declared obsolete in 1939 but odd examples soldiered on in specialised roles such as glider towing and aerial refuelling until 1941.
This title contains the RAF Air Publication Volume One (Descriptive & Servicing Manual) for the Heyford, plus to give value, the RAF Air Publication Volume One for another Handley-Page bomber, the later Harrow. (It was too early to have pilot’s notes). The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.