|The Moth Club, Woburn and Photography Woburn 1997|
|The de Havilland Moth Club
International Moth Club Rally
Looking Back (to my pre-digital camera days)
|A brief photo-report using my scanned slides taken during the International Moth Rallies of 1991 and 1992.
International Moth Club Rally of August 18, 1991.
|de Havilland DH.85 Leopard Moth (G-ACMN) from 1934.|
|Left to right: de Havilland DH.80A Puss Moth (G-AEOA) from 1931.
de Havilland DH.60M Gipsy Moths (G-AAMX and G-AAWO) from 1929.
|Left to right: DH.82A Tiger Moths (G-ADXT, G-AGPK, G-BFHH and G-AVPJ).|
|Left to right: DH.82A Tiger Moths (G-AIRK and G-APLU).
de Havilland DH.89A Dragon Rapide (G-ACZE) from 1934.
de Havilland DH.87B Hornet Moth (G-AHBL) from 1936.
|Left to right: De Havilland DH-94 Moth Minor (G-AFNG) from 1939,
Auster J-1 Autocrat (G-AGXV) from 1946,
airchild UC-61K Argus III (G-LEPF) from 1943.
|International Moth Club Rally of August 1992.|
|Left to right: de Havilland DH.60M Gipsy Moth (G-AAMY) from 1929,
de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moths (G-BFHH and D-EEAJ).
|Left to right: de Havilland DH.83C Fox Moth (G-AOJH) from 1947,
British Aircraft Swallow II (G-AEVZ) from 1937,
Miles M14A Hawk Trainer 3 (V1075 registered G-AKPF) from 1941. After restoration in the 1950s using the fuselage from N3788 it was later marked N3788.