Eardley Billings Biplane (two versions)
Built from an old Voisin in 1911 and generally referred to as the "Ooozeley Bird". It was used by E. V. Percival to obtain his Aviators Certificate, No 111.
In the movie "Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines" the German version was flown with an open fuselage. The Japanese version was flown with an enclosed fuselage, panels between the wings, and a larger vertical tail.
These wonderful images of the Eardley Billings Biplane were submitted by Bob Martin he has made the entire collection from "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines".
Thanks so much Bob!
These two models are included on the
"Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines"