Curious experimental British tail-less pusher aircraft built in 1909 by Handley Page for designer Jose Weiss and named Madge after his daughter , powered by a 3 cylinder Anzani. Seen here at the Pemberton-Billings Frambridge 'aero colony' on it's trackway for launching. Franbridge was abandoned after 1910 as the grouns was too uneven for safe landing. 'Madge' never actually left the ground
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