Wright Brothers Photos

Orville Wright (1871-1948) & Wilbur Wright (1867-1912) were the first to build & fly a powered aircraft in 1903 at Kitty Hawk, NC. Their Wright cycle shop is an historic site in Dayton, OH, their house has been moved to a museum in Michigan, & their plane is in the Smithsonian.

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Wright Brothers' plane in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC. Wright Brothers' plane showing pilot's position in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Wright Brothers' plane wingspan in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Wright Brothers' plane engine, propellers, rudder in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.
Wright Brothers' plane in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Wright Brothers' plane in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.The Wright Cycle Shop national historic site where Wright Brothers built first airplane. Dayton, OH.The Wright Family home where Wilbur & Orville designed their airplane, moved from Dayton, OH to Greenfield Village. Dearborn, MI.
Wright Brothers' plane showing pilot's position in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Wright Brothers' plane engine & drive chains in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.The Wright Cycle Shop national historic site where Wright Brothers built first airplane. Dayton, OH.The Wright Family home (1871) where Wilbur & Orville designed their airplane, moved from Dayton, OH to Greenfield Village. Dearborn, MI.

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