PIONEERS: 1910 London-Manchester race

PIONEERS: 1910 London-Manchester race

The cries of excited onlookers at Pytha Fold Farm near Burnage said it all — France had beaten Britain in 1910’s great race to become the first man to fly between London and Manchester. But both pioneering men, Henri Paulhan and Claude Grahame-White, were deserving of all the plaudits they received 

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