by Ian Craighead
The Rolls-Royce Merlin aero engine still has the power to turn heads and raise hairs on the backs of necks, for this was the heart that gave life to the famous names of Hurricane, Spitfire, Lancaster, Mosquito and Mustang.
This is the inside story of the mighty Merlin, from its genesis in the 740hp PV-12 engine that was first flown in 1935, through its rapid development during the war years until in its ultimate version, the Merlin 130 series designed for the de Havilland Hornet, it produced over 2,600hp.
● The Merlin Story
● The Merlin At War
● Anatomy of the Merlin
● Restoration to Flight
● The Pilot's View
● The Engineer's View
● The Rolls Royce Battle of Britain Memorial Window
● The Rolls Royce Griffon
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