Air Ministry interest in the Type 142 had been high from the start, and within a few months of the first flight an order was placed for 150 Type 142M bomber derivatives under Specification B.28/35, these receiving the name Blenheim.
The last production version of the type, the Type 160 entered service as the Blenheim MkV with No.18 Squadron. This mark entered service with a glass nose, but had actually originated as the solid-nosed Bisley prototype.
Crash site of a Blenheim that is thought to have been carrying Airborne Interception radar as part of a test
Building the 1/72 scale Airfix Blenheim kit
Restoration of Blenheim G-BPIV
"Britain's Death Angel" Includes a photo of Blenheim K7037. Popular Aviation October 1937 p.29
Photos: Finnish Blenheim I and VI. Air International June 1984 p.309
"Golden Anniversary" A photo feature marking the Blenheim's 50th year. Aeroplane Monthly April 1986 p.190-194. Some interesting images, including the Bristol Type 142 and 143 together, an air to air portrait of prototype K7033, and a production line shot.
Photos(3): A Blenheim I seen after landing in a field. Aeroplane Monthly January 1989 p.38
"World's only genuine Blenheim completed" (Blenheim IV in Finland) Aeroplane September 2008 p.6
Color profile: Blenheim Mk.I L8609 Encyclopedia of 20th Century Air Warfare p.201
Blenheim for FSX
Some useful views and plans of the Blenheim bomb bay