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12 St Barnabas Road

Those magnificent men in their flying machines

In 1910 Horace and Percival Wallis decided to build a plane in their shed in the back garden of 12 St Barnabas Road and then allow the general public to come and view it for sixpence a time.

Read the full story in this newspaper article from Mike Petty

The Wallbro plane of St Barnabas Rd

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