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Enrique Ramirez, Princeton University School of Architecture Testing the 20th Century: a Panoramic Tour of Success and Wre...
De Havilland DH-106 “Comet” Prototype, Farnborough, 1949
De Havilland DH-106 “Comet” Prototype, Farnborough, 1949
Comet G-ALYP on its Inaugural Flight from London Heathrow to Johannesburg, South Africa, 2 May 1952
Italian Eyewitnesses Recreate in Chalk Flight 781’s (Comet G-ALYP) Plunge into the Mediterranean Sea, 1954
Victims of Flight 781 Being Loaded onto a Flatbed Truck, Portoferraio, Elba, 1954
Recovery of Flight 781’s Wreckage Aboard H.M.S.  Sea Salvor , 1954
Underwater Camera Used to Search for Wreckage of  Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), 1954
Underwater Camera Image of Flight 781’s (Comet G-ALYP) Wing Assembly, 1954
Diagram Showing Amount of Wreckage Recovered, Flight 781 (1954)
Diagram Showing World Air Routes with German and British Aircraft (ca. 1920)
Aire  Magazine, Issues No. 2 and No. 4, Imprenta Castells-Bonet, Tercero Regi ón Aérea, Spain (1937-1939) )
Building R21, Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE), Hall Road, Farnborough
Portable Airship Hangar, RAE Farnborough
Trenchard House, Royal Balloon School, Farnborough, Hants. (1906)
Portable Airship Hangar, RAE Farnborough
Le Corbusier, Palace of the Soviets (Round Two Competition Entry), Elevations (1932)
Graphic Illustrating Samuel Cody’s Experiments at Farnborough (1908)
RFC Mainstays, RAE Products (Clockwise from Top Left): S.E.5a, F.E.2, B.E.2
RAF Standard and Roundel (1918)
Short S.31 (1/2 Scale) Stirling Bomber Model Test in Wind Tunnel, RAE Farnborough (1938)
Supermarine S.6B Seaplane Racer (1929)
BOAC Short “C” Class Empire Flying Boat (G-AFBL) at El Faray, Egypt (1942)
Supermarine Spitfire XII
Hawker Sea Hurricane IIB’s in Formation (December 1941)
De Havilland Mosquito Depicted in 1943 Issue of  Flight & Engineer
Short S.31 (1/2 Scale) Stirling Bomber Model Test in Wind Tunnel, RAE Farnborough (1938)
Ludwig Prandtl (1875-1973) Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923)
Building R52, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
Building R52, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
Mahogany Wind Tunnel, Building R52, Interior, RAE Farnborough
Wind Tunnel Instrumentation, Building R52, Interior, RAE Farnborough
Building Q121, Exterior,  O’Gorman Road, RAE Farnborough
Windtunnel Blades, Building Q121, Interior, RAE Farnborough
Diagram of Return Flow Configuration, Wind Tunnel, Building Q121, RAE Farnborough
Section Drawing, Wind Tunnel Q121, RAE Farnborough
Building R133, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
Turbine Blades and Compressor Equipment, Building R133, RAE Farnborough
Nazi-era Schoolroom Features Piloting Diagrams and Model Gliders
Poster Depicting Ramsey MacDonald for 1923 Election
Sir Edward Lutyens (1869-1944)
Officers’ Mess, RAF Hullavington (1935)
Alloy Cladding, Building Q121, RAE Farnborough
J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Aerodynamics Block, Materials and Structures Laboratory,  Building P161, RAE Farnborough
J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Plant House, Building 572, National Gas Turbine Establishment, Pyestock
J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Aerodynamics Block, Materials and Structures Laboratory,  Building P161, RAE Farnborough
Assembly of Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), RAE Farnborough, 1954
Sir Geoffrey De Havilland (Left), Ronald Bishop (Center), RAE Farnborough, 1949
John Cunningham (Right), Frank Halford (Center), Sir Frank Whittle (Left), RAE Farnborough, 1949
Transcript of Royal Society by Sir Arnold Alexander Hall, 25 July 1960
Interior Test, Comet G-ALYU Showing Mannequins During Explosive Decompression
Testing Structure, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
Interior Monitoring Equipment, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
Exterior View of Fuselage Decompression, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
Interior View of Fuselage Decompression, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
Recovered Fuselage Showing Metal Fatigue, RF Aerial Port, Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP) (1954)
Front Nose Assembly of Comet G-ALYP, RAE Farnborough, 1954
De Havilland Comet 4C, Registration G-AYVS, London Gatwick Airport (1976)
Boeing 707, QANTAS Airlines  Douglas DC-8 Prototype
Recovered Tail Section, Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), RAE Farnborough, 1954
Rocket Research Site,Test Turbine, RAE Farnborough (1946)
Testing Structure, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
 
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  1. 1. Enrique Ramirez, Princeton University School of Architecture Testing the 20th Century: a Panoramic Tour of Success and Wreckage at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, 1908-1954 Mobile Anxieties Symposium Yale School of Architecture 12 April 2008
  2. 2. De Havilland DH-106 “Comet” Prototype, Farnborough, 1949
  3. 3. De Havilland DH-106 “Comet” Prototype, Farnborough, 1949
  4. 4. Comet G-ALYP on its Inaugural Flight from London Heathrow to Johannesburg, South Africa, 2 May 1952
  5. 5. Italian Eyewitnesses Recreate in Chalk Flight 781’s (Comet G-ALYP) Plunge into the Mediterranean Sea, 1954
  6. 6. Victims of Flight 781 Being Loaded onto a Flatbed Truck, Portoferraio, Elba, 1954
  7. 7. Recovery of Flight 781’s Wreckage Aboard H.M.S. Sea Salvor , 1954
  8. 8. Underwater Camera Used to Search for Wreckage of Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), 1954
  9. 9. Underwater Camera Image of Flight 781’s (Comet G-ALYP) Wing Assembly, 1954
  10. 10. Diagram Showing Amount of Wreckage Recovered, Flight 781 (1954)
  11. 11. Diagram Showing World Air Routes with German and British Aircraft (ca. 1920)
  12. 12. Aire Magazine, Issues No. 2 and No. 4, Imprenta Castells-Bonet, Tercero Regi ón Aérea, Spain (1937-1939) )
  13. 13. Building R21, Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE), Hall Road, Farnborough
  14. 14. Portable Airship Hangar, RAE Farnborough
  15. 15. Trenchard House, Royal Balloon School, Farnborough, Hants. (1906)
  16. 16. Portable Airship Hangar, RAE Farnborough
  17. 17. Le Corbusier, Palace of the Soviets (Round Two Competition Entry), Elevations (1932)
  18. 18. Graphic Illustrating Samuel Cody’s Experiments at Farnborough (1908)
  19. 19. RFC Mainstays, RAE Products (Clockwise from Top Left): S.E.5a, F.E.2, B.E.2
  20. 20. RAF Standard and Roundel (1918)
  21. 21. Short S.31 (1/2 Scale) Stirling Bomber Model Test in Wind Tunnel, RAE Farnborough (1938)
  22. 22. Supermarine S.6B Seaplane Racer (1929)
  23. 23. BOAC Short “C” Class Empire Flying Boat (G-AFBL) at El Faray, Egypt (1942)
  24. 24. Supermarine Spitfire XII
  25. 25. Hawker Sea Hurricane IIB’s in Formation (December 1941)
  26. 26. De Havilland Mosquito Depicted in 1943 Issue of Flight & Engineer
  27. 27. Short S.31 (1/2 Scale) Stirling Bomber Model Test in Wind Tunnel, RAE Farnborough (1938)
  28. 28. Ludwig Prandtl (1875-1973) Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923)
  29. 29. Building R52, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
  30. 30. Building R52, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
  31. 31. Mahogany Wind Tunnel, Building R52, Interior, RAE Farnborough
  32. 32. Wind Tunnel Instrumentation, Building R52, Interior, RAE Farnborough
  33. 33. Building Q121, Exterior, O’Gorman Road, RAE Farnborough
  34. 34. Windtunnel Blades, Building Q121, Interior, RAE Farnborough
  35. 35. Diagram of Return Flow Configuration, Wind Tunnel, Building Q121, RAE Farnborough
  36. 36. Section Drawing, Wind Tunnel Q121, RAE Farnborough
  37. 37. Building R133, Exterior, RAE Farnborough
  38. 38. Turbine Blades and Compressor Equipment, Building R133, RAE Farnborough
  39. 39. Nazi-era Schoolroom Features Piloting Diagrams and Model Gliders
  40. 40. Poster Depicting Ramsey MacDonald for 1923 Election
  41. 41. Sir Edward Lutyens (1869-1944)
  42. 42. Officers’ Mess, RAF Hullavington (1935)
  43. 43. Alloy Cladding, Building Q121, RAE Farnborough
  44. 44. J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Aerodynamics Block, Materials and Structures Laboratory, Building P161, RAE Farnborough
  45. 45. J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Plant House, Building 572, National Gas Turbine Establishment, Pyestock
  46. 46. J. Cecil Clavering (1910-2001), Aerodynamics Block, Materials and Structures Laboratory, Building P161, RAE Farnborough
  47. 47. Assembly of Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), RAE Farnborough, 1954
  48. 48. Sir Geoffrey De Havilland (Left), Ronald Bishop (Center), RAE Farnborough, 1949
  49. 49. John Cunningham (Right), Frank Halford (Center), Sir Frank Whittle (Left), RAE Farnborough, 1949
  50. 50. Transcript of Royal Society by Sir Arnold Alexander Hall, 25 July 1960
  51. 51. Interior Test, Comet G-ALYU Showing Mannequins During Explosive Decompression
  52. 52. Testing Structure, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
  53. 53. Interior Monitoring Equipment, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
  54. 54. Exterior View of Fuselage Decompression, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
  55. 55. Interior View of Fuselage Decompression, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954
  56. 56. Recovered Fuselage Showing Metal Fatigue, RF Aerial Port, Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP) (1954)
  57. 57. Front Nose Assembly of Comet G-ALYP, RAE Farnborough, 1954
  58. 58. De Havilland Comet 4C, Registration G-AYVS, London Gatwick Airport (1976)
  59. 59. Boeing 707, QANTAS Airlines Douglas DC-8 Prototype
  60. 60. Recovered Tail Section, Flight 781 (Comet G-ALYP), RAE Farnborough, 1954
  61. 61. Rocket Research Site,Test Turbine, RAE Farnborough (1946)
  62. 62. Testing Structure, Comet G-ALYU, RAE Farnborough, 1954

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