Aircraft Identification Challenge 248

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Aircraft Identification Challenge 248

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Morning (?) all

Here's a challenge for you, this is a fairly well known type in a slightly different context. Maker and name please

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C'mon chaps, Cliff has told me the answer and he really doesn't need the biccies!

Clue, it's British and was in common use post war

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I will pass comment tonight after work.
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Seversky P35 ????
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Sorry John, it's British ;)

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Airspeed Cambridge?

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I'm feeling generous, but only so that I can deny Cliff the chance to post the right answer before he gets back from his hols LOL
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Sorry, l been busy...... Anyway, looks like a trainer by don't have my list in front of me.
Let someone else take the glory. :D
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Looks a bit like a Balliol but I don't know if a radial engine was ever fitted to one?
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