Wednesday, October 29, 2014

World War 1 Plane Showcase

Hi everyone! Today we have a Lego World  War 1 plane showcase. So to start it all off, we have a British Sopwith Camel fighter plane. This is the whole plane. The Sopwith Camel was first produced in 1917, and its production ended in 1920. There were a total of 5,490 built. It is credited with 1,294 kills. The design of the plane is credited to Lego, from the 7307 Pharaohs Quest set. 
Here is a broadside shot of the Camel.
This is a pretty cool shot of the propeller and the engine. 
And now for the German fighter. This fighter is an Albatross D.V fighter. This fighter was produced from 1917 to 1918 but the plane continued service throughout the war. There were a total of  2,500 Albatross planes built. 
Here is a broadside shot of the Albatross.
Here is a great picture of the propeller and the engine. 
Thanks for Reading! Have a great day!

1 comment:

  1. Love the planes -- and the history lesson. :-)

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