Thousands of spectators watch Charles Lindbergh arriving at Croydon, London in his Ryan 'Spirit Of St Louis', soon after completing the first direct, solo transatlantic flight from America to France.
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Spirit of St. Louis being surrounded by crowds of people at the aerodome.
View of the crowds in front of Captain Charles A. lindbergh's plane, 'Spirit of St. Louis' at the Le Bourget Aerodome on the arrival of Lindy in France.
Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis in Flight
Charles Lindbergh stands in front of the his aircraft, The Spirit of St. Louis, shortly before his solo crossing of the Atlantic ocean.
Charles Lindbergh standing in front of the Spirit of St. Louis.
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The plane SPIRIT OF SAINT-LOUIS of Col. Charles A. LINDBERGH piloted on his epochal non-stop flight from New York to Paris. He was the first to cross the Atlantic from West to East in 33 hours and 30 minutes.
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Captain Charles Lindbergh arrives in the Spirit of St. Louis at Croydon Airport, after completing the world's first solo transatlantic flight.