Gloster Meteor F Mk.I with Trent engines

Gloster Meteor F Mk.I with Trent engines

This picture shows the Gloster Meteor F Mk.I with Trent engines, the first aircraft to fly with turboprop engines

Picture courtesy of John Robertson

Gloster Meteor, Britain's Celebrated First-Generation Jet, Phil Butler and Tony Buttler. This is a detailed, well illustrated and well written look at the development and service history of the Gloster Meteor, both in British and overseas hands. The book covers the development of the E.28/39, Britain's first jet aircraft and the development of the Meteor, looks in detail at the prototype aircraft, the various versions of the Meteor and its British and overseas service careers. [see more]
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (27 February 2008), Gloster Meteor F Mk.I with Trent engines, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_meteor_F1_Trent.html

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