Scotland's Propeller; Unknown; Unknown; 1


Museum of Aviation (Kapiti) Inc


Scotland's Propeller

About this object

This is a the propeller of James William Humphreys Scotland Caudron C Biplane "Bluebird". Scotland first flew a 20 minute flight from a paddock near Te Horo on January the 27th 1914. In February the same year, Scotland flew the "Bluebird" on the first cross-country flight in Australasia between Gore and Invercargill.



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Te Horo/Otaki

Medium and Materials

Wood and metal

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