|The NMUSAF's Beaufighter, on display in the WWII Gallery|
|Beaufighter walk around - main gear|
Using the wings and tail of the Beaufort with a new fuselage and Hercules radial engines, the Beaufighter gave the RAF a much needed heavy strike fighter in the early years of World War II. First flight of the Type 156 prototype took place in July 1939, and a year later the first Beaufighter Mk.Is were entering service.
Beaufighter Mk V: prototype with a Boulton Paul dorsal turret.
Several images of a 1/10 scale electric RC Beaufighter
Beaufighter walk around at the Australian National Aviation Museum. Some good internal images!
Building the Tamiya Beaufighter Mk.21 model kit
Walkaround of the Beaufighter restoration at Duxford
Beaufighter cockpit under restoration
FSX Beaufighter video
Beaufighter pictures at the NMUSAF archives
"NIGHT INTERCEPTION: Photographs of Beaufighter : Night-fighter Station Visited" Flight June 15, 1941 p.385
"Designed for Dispersal: Component Parts of the Bristol Beaufighter" Flight August 14, 1941 p.90
"Friend or Foe? Beaufighter and Fw 187" Flight October 30, 1941
Photo: Beaufighter Mk.I, recognition 3-view Flight September 24, 1942
"Torpedo-Fighters" Beaufighters fitted to carry 18-inch torpedoes externally on the centerline. Flight June 3, 1943
"Torpedo Beaufighters" Flight September 2, 1943 Some walk around photos showing airframe details, including flame dampeners on the nacelle.
Photo: RAAF Beaufighter A19-186 Air Pictorial August 1969 p.296
Color profile: Beaufighter Mk.IC RAF Yearbook 1983 p.69
Color profile: Beaufighter TF. Mk.X NE327 with invasion stripes. RAF Yearbook 1984 p.60
CMK makes a set to convert the 1/48 Tamiya Beaufighter to a Mk.1F
Red Roo Models offers a set to convert the Tamiya Beau to an Australian target tow aircraft.