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The Angus-Sanderson was an English automobile manufactured from 1919 to 1927 by Sir William Angus, Sanderson & Company Ltd.
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The Breguet Bre.5 B.2 bomber and Breguet Bre.5 Ca.2 escort fighter were French biplanes of World War I which were developments of the Breguet Bre.4 bomber.
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Claude Grahame-White (21 August 1879 – 19 August 1959) was an English pioneer of aviation, and the first to make a night flight, during the Daily Mail-sponsored 1910 London to Manchester air race.
A cyclecar was a type of small, lightweight and inexpensive car manufactured mainly between 1910 and the late 1920s.
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The Grahame-White Baby was an early British aircraft designed by pioneer aviator Claude Grahame-White in 1910.
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The Grahame-White G.W.E.6 Bantam was a British single-seat sporting biplane, designed by M Boudot and built by Grahame-White Aviation Company at Hendon.
The Grahame-White G.W.E.7 was a British twin-engined transport biplane, designed by M Boudot and built by Grahame-White Aviation Company at Hendon.
The Grahame-White Ganymede was a prototype British heavy night bomber intended to serve with the Royal Air Force in the First World War.
The Grahame-White Type VI was an early British fighter aircraft manufactured by the Grahame-White Aviation Company.
The Graham-White Type VII "Popular" was an early British aircraft designed by J. D. North and built by the Grahame-White Aviation company, with the intention of producing a low-cost aircraft to popularize aviation.
The Grahame-White Type X Charabanc or Aerobus was an 1910s British passenger-carrying biplane designed and built by the Grahame-White Aviation Company based at Hendon Aerodrome, North London.
The Grahame-White Type XI (also known as the "Naval and Military Biplane") was an early aircraft built in the United Kingdom and marketed as being particularly well-suited to military applications.
The Grahame-White Type XIII was a racing seaplane built to compete in the Daily Mails 1914 Circuit of Britain air race, to be flown by company founder Claude Grahame-White.
The Grahame White Type XV was a military trainer biplane produced in the United Kingdom before and during World War I. It is often referred to as the Box-kite, although this name more properly describes the Grahame-White Type XII, an earlier aircraft made by the company, from which the Type XV was derived.
Hendon is a London suburb in the Borough of Barnet, northwest of Charing Cross.
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As of 2014 there are approximately 35 active British car manufacturers and over 500 defunct British car manufacturers.
Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier was a French aircraft manufacturing company formed in October 1911 by Raymond Saulnier (1881–1964) and the Morane brothers, Léon (1885–1918) and Robert (1886–1968).
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W.H. Dorman & Co Ltd was a company formed by William Henry Dorman in 1870 making cutting tools for the footwear industry.
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