British Airliners 1952 – 1981: 7 Adult Coloring and Dot-to-Dot Drawings


British Airliners 1952 – 1981

7 Adult Coloring and Dot-to-Dot Drawings

By Lami Kamikaze

Including Surprize Bonus Picture

Published by Lami Kamikaze at Shakespir

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Photography by Lazlo Ferran

You will a link to the download for the Acrobat Reader (pdf) file on the last page.

Settle down, relax and draw!

Airspeed Ambassador

(The pictures in the pdf are much larger.)

Airspeed Ambassador Cockpit

Bristol Britannia

Bristol Britannia Dot-to-Dot

We strongly suggest using a pencil for the first run.

Join the dots next to the numbers.


L = lift pen from paper before going to next number

c = curve your next line through 90 degrees, like this: (

gc = curve your next line, but less than 90 degrees

BAC One-Eleven Cockpit

Vickers VC10

Boeing B-17G “Sally-B” Painted in colours of “Memphis Belle”

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The Short Stirling was the RAF’s first operational four-engine bomber and in its day was an advanced and formidable aeroplane.

History has been unkind to the Stirling and as far as we are aware, not a single example survives, out of the 2383 constructed. The Stirling Aircraft Project aims to remedy this by constructing a forward fuselage section incorporating the main crew stations as a lasting tribute to the people who designed, built, flew and maintained this historic aircraft.

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British Airliners 1952 – 1981: 7 Adult Coloring and Dot-to-Dot Drawings

Settle down, relax and draw! Adult coloring books are the best way to relax. From the Airspeed Ambassador in 1952 to the Vickers VC10's last days of service in 1981, this line-up illustrates the golden age of British airliners. You will be able to color in external views of the collection, based at Duxford, as well as views of the cockpits. Aircraft featured: Airspeed Ambassador, Bristol Britannia, BAC One-Eleven, Vickers VC10 Included is a dot-to-dot picture of the Bristol Britannia, which you can also color in. There is also a surprize bonus picture to color in. All photographs were taken by Lazlo Ferran in 2014. Categories, art, aircraft, jets, airliners, art & craft, instruction, hobbies, drawing, painting, adult coloring

  • Author: Lami Kamikaze
  • Published: 2016-02-12 20:05:15
  • Words: 517
British Airliners 1952 – 1981: 7 Adult Coloring and Dot-to-Dot Drawings British Airliners 1952 – 1981: 7 Adult Coloring and Dot-to-Dot Drawings