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cammerjeff

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Nice pic, its is a de Havilland Express, also known as the de Havilland D.H.86. It is the Rapide's big brother. They made less than 100 of the 4 engined models.
 

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The DH.86B G-AENR of Isle of Man Air Services crashed on landing at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man on 9 May 1938. The aircraft was operating a mail flight from Speke Airport, Liverpool, Lancashire. Despite substantial damage to the port lower wing and both port engines, the aircraft was repaired and returned to service.
 

Snautzer01

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Letov Š-31 Josef Kalla Biplane

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cammerjeff

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Looks Like Vichy French markings with the white fuselage stripe, and what appears to be stripes on the front of the engine cowlings, and possibly a yellow nose? Probable used as a transport. The drop tank is interesting, maybe a dropable cargo container? Great shot I don't think I have ever seen a Leo-25 being used after the battle of France before!
 

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