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Multimedia & Photos

Here you can see photos of different Mono & Titch planes that have been built from all around the world.

We also provide you opportunities to view stills and footage of the inventor John Taylor building the prototype in the front room of the family home - courtesy of BritishPathe.com

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Prototype Monoplane under construction in first floor lounge, Ilford, UK. The inventor and builder John F.Taylor.

Prototype Monoplane under construction in first floor lounge, Ilford, UK. The inventor and builder John F.Taylor with wife.


Removing fuselage from lounge, Ilford, UK with friends. Removing wing from lounge, Ilford, UK with friends.
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Prototype Monoplane taxying on runway at Cranfield Airfield, UK.


Prototype Monoplane parked at Redhill Airfield, UK. Prototype Monoplane flying with test pilot Titch Holmes in cockpit.  
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Prototype Monoplane GAPRT. Prototype Monoplane GAPRT.

John F. Taylor in the first prototype Titch GATYO, 1967, Southend- on-Sea Airport, UK.

 

 
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USA Titch NI4J. The pilot/builder is James L. Miller, Kansas City, Missouri, This Titch has a Continental C-85-12 engine and has flown since around 1996.

Titch Mono GBEVS made by Dave Hunter, Blakpool, UK.

Titch GBFID made by Gavin Hunter, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Prototype Taylor Titch GATYO, Over Essex, England.

External Links

MAN BUILDS PLANE IN PARLOUR : 02/04/1959



To view video footage click here*

HOME MADE PLANE TAKES FIRST FLIGHT : 20/07/1959

To view video footage click here*

*Note: you will need Windows Media Player to view the video clips.