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Photographs: Cameron Rutherford This photobook has photographs of the remains of the Bentham worksite. The site was used recently as the location for a short futuristic film, The Frontier. During filming Cameron took the photographs included in this book. The derelict site at Bentham was part of the various worksites of the Gloster Aircraft factory (1917 -1963), and it was at this Bentham site that the very first jet engined fighter aircraft, designed by Frank Whittle, the Gloster Meteor, was built (WWII). Other aircraft developed or built on this site include: Bristol Fighter (WWI); Gloster Gladiator; Hawker Hurricane and Hawker Typhoon (WWII); and the Gloster Javelin ... amongst an impressive roster of ‘Gloster’ flying machines. It is truly a shame that all war and armaments factories are not in this state ...

KONVICTUSThis volume of

KONVICTUSThis volume of photographs by Cameron Rutherfordpublished by Konvictus and Hand Over Fist Press, 2015Bishops Cleeveemail: supercam.17@me.comDesign by Alan Rutherfordemail: alanrutherford1@mac.comwebsite: www.handoverfistpress.comThe film, The Frontier,directed by Cameron Rutherford and Blaze Rowe,written and edited by Cameron Rutherford,Produced by Jason Givenscan be viewed on YouTube, athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwsvAcOWhG0

IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionBentham–––––––Photographs: Cameron RutherfordThe following photographs show some of the remainsof the Bentham worksite. The site was used recently asthe location for a short futuristic film, The Frontier,details opposite.During filming Cameron took the photographs includedin this book. The derelict site at Bentham was part of thevarious worksites of the Gloster Aircraft factory (1917-1963), and it was at this Bentham site that the very firstjet engined fighter aircraft, designed by Frank Whittle, theGloster Meteor, was built (WWII).Other aircraft developed or built on this site include:Bristol Fighter (WWI); Gloster Gladiator; HawkerHurricane and Hawker Typhoon (WWII); and the GlosterJavelin ... amongst an impressive roster of ‘Gloster’ flyingmachines.It is truly a shame that all war and armaments factoriesare not in this state ...1

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