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The Invergordon Archive

Wight Pusher 'Hydroplane'
The Invergordon Archive
Wight Pusher 'Hydroplane'

A Wight pusher 'hydroplane' on the River Tain in late 1914. As can be seen, the aeroplane soon became a centre of attention for the locals.
Picture added on 28 November 2010 at 17:39
The Wight Naval Seaplane No:129 was wrecked whilst under tow at Cromarty after a bad landing on 29th January 1915.
Added by Ian Whittaker on 04 February 2011
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