Cap badge for London Transort and Green Line Bus Bus Company. One of a collection of items relating to local man (Harry) H E Franklin, who worked for the Green Line Company, probably his whole career. He wrote on the back of a postcard (2013.24.2) and he lists the routes he worked on as Tunbridge Wells 704, Sevenoaks 705 and Epping and Harlow 718 from 1953 - 1986. We believe he retired soon after that.
The WMAC was chiefly concerned with designing and making model aircraft.This black and white photograph was taken at a time close to the WMAC’s inception and depicts its members. So, from left to right: Frederick Camm, Barton, Sydney Camm, Mainwood, Saunders, Stevenson, Stanbrook and Clayton.
laser copy of a photograph of S Maun, stationmaster of Windsor and Eton GWR station - a full-length photo of the stationmaster standing outside the royal waiting-room doors. He was stationmaster from 1900 to 1925 and we think this photo was taken about 1920.
leather bag used for collecting fares on the local bus service of A Moore & Sons
London and North Western Railway Co. notice showing the arrangement of carriages for Queen Victoria's journey from Ballater to Windsor on the 20th and 21st November 1889
Post box used for the first aerial post from Hendon to Windsor, 1911
This 20.hp AVRO Cowley engine was bought by the Windsor Aero Club from famed Irish aviatrix, Lilian Bland. It cost them £25.00.
1 of 2 copy photographs in the collection of members of the Windsor Model Aero Club at their workshop in Arthur Road
awarded to Patrick Young Alexander by the German Society for the Furthering of Aeronautics
Glider in flight at a meeting of the Hampshire Aero Club in Gosport in 1910
commemorative postcard celebrating Great Britain's first aerial post-delivery
postcard posted in the First Aerial Post, in 1911, depicts aeroplane over Windsor Castle
the illusration shows a photograph of the delivery of the aerial post at Windsor by a Bleriot monoplane from Hendon in 1911
formed part of collection of Patrick Young Alexander.P.Y. Alexander
A set of three black and white photographs which record the arrival of the first consignment of aerial post in 1911.