Blackburn L.1 Bluebird
1924
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Blackburn L.1 Bluebird

The Blackburn Bluebird was the first British side-by-side two-seater to enter production and 79 were built in various marks with engines ranging from 80 to 100hp. G-EBSW was a Bluebird II which made Hound Britain 30 and German flights in 1928, attending the Berlin Air Show.

Blackburn L.1 Bluebird

Bluebird II

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Klaatu83, 24.09.2012

The Bluebird was a successful light plane that was built in considerable numbers for a number of years, from the mid '20s to the late '30s. Unfortunately, it had the misfortune to be overshadowed by the even-more successful De Havilland Moths. The Bluebird was unusual for it's day in featuring the advantage of side-by-seating for it's two occupants.

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