Great Air Race Talk - How the Race was Won
- DateThursday, 31 October, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
- LocationNorthern Territory Archives Centre, Millner
From an ice-cold morning in Hounslow to the steamy heat of Darwin in December, the Vimy crew made their epic aerial voyage. Hear about some of the perils and adventures in between.
Presented by Ken Lai & Fiona Douglas from Darwin Aviation Museum, Great Air Race – How the Race Was Won is part four of a five-part series of Great Air Race Talks, celebrating the centenary of the Great Air Race.
This event is held at the Northern Territory Archives Centre on Kelsey Cres, Millner.
|Great Air Race Talks - Full Program|
|Sat 05 Oct||The Start of a Race||Northern Territory Library|
|Wed 16 Oct||Preparing for Arrivals||Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory|
|Sat 26 Oct||A Flight Less Ordinary||Northern Territory Library|
|Thur 31 Oct||How the Race was Won||Northern Territory Archives Centre|
|Sat 9 Nov||How the Race Changed our World||Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory|
Image: Lowell Thomas Travelogues present 'The Ross Smith Flight: England to Australia': State Library of South Australia PRG 18/33/3 (page 4)