Walter Henry Barling

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The "Barling Bomber" in flight

Walter Henry Barling was an aeronautical engineer, whom our data has located at "Cabar", Petersham Avenue, Byfleet, Surrey.[1]. He was the designer of the Witteman-Lewis XNBL-1.[2]

He will factor into the tail end of our patent data, often in collaboration with Walter George Tarrant.

See also

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Walter Henry Barling

  • Patent GB-1918-124893 (English title: Improvements in or connected with the Steering or Controlling of Aircraft by way of a balanced rudder, Filing date: 1918-04-04)
  • Patent GB-1918-124304 (English title: Improvements in Landing Skids for Aeroplanes or similar Aircraft, Filing date: 1918-04-05)


Names Walter Henry Barling
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Countries GB
Locations "Cabar", Petersham Avenue, Byfleet, Surrey
Occupations Engineer
Tech areas Airplane, Biplane, Triplane, Construction, Design, Fuselage, Frame
Affiliations Royal Aircraft Factory, Wittemann-Lewis Aircraft Co.
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