Great War Exhibits, Montrose Air Station

BE2 Replica, small model Fokker Triplane behind, plus two other models in photo:-

BE2 Replica, Montrose Air Station

Same BE2 with a small model of a Bristol Fighter to upper left and a Sopwith Camel, I think, to right:-

Replica BE2, Montrose Air Station

Fuselage and Wings of a replica Sopwith Camel under construction. This may now be completed:-

Replica Sopwith Camel Fuselage and Wings

Sopwith Camel wing being worked on:-

Sopwith Camel Wing

Effigy of Lieutenant Ross Robertson:-

Effigy of Lieutenant Ross Robertson

Cross erected at Marquion in France by the Germans at the grave of Lt Ross Robertson inscribed, “Er starb den heldentod – eng Flieger.” “He died the death of a hero – an English Airman.” He was buried there on 17/5/1917:-

The Robertson Cross

Model of a Rumpler? Taube. Plus Bristol Fighter:-

Model Taube and Bristol Fighter

Small Models of Fokker Triplane and Sopwith Camel:-

Small Models of Fokker Triplane and Sopwith Camel

Part of the Fokker Triplane of the famous Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen. Souvenir hunters apparently got to it very quickly:-

Part of Red Baron's Triplane

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