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HMS Tiger

Sopwith Camel aircraft ready for launching from the midship 'Q' turret of the battlecruiser HMS Tiger.

Sopwith Camel

Sopwith Camel

I've included this Sopwith Camel here as it was built by Clayton & Shuttleworth.    Original s/n B5747 it was used by the RFC before being passed to the Belgian Aeronautique Militaire in 1918 where it was given the identity Sc. 11.  It was passed to the Royal Army Museum in Brussels in 1920.  Information from the guide to the collection  The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History, Brussels

I've included this Sopwith Camel here as it was built by Clayton & Shuttleworth. Original s/n B5747 it was used by the RFC before being passed to the Belgian Aeronautique Militaire in 1918 where it was given the identity Sc. 11. It was passed to the Royal Army Museum in Brussels in 1920. Information from the guide to the collection The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History, Brussels

Sopwith Triplane

SOPWITH Triplane British Royal Flying Corp (Single Seat Fighter) Had a Max Speed of 117 mph at with an Endurance of 2 Hours 45 Minutes and a Ceilling of Armament: 1 x Fixed cal Vickers Machine Gun

More Sopwith Camel details - The Vintage Aviator

More Sopwith Camel details - The Vintage Aviator

Some more detail shots of our newly restored Sopwith Camel - The Vintage Aviator

Some more detail shots of our newly restored Sopwith Camel - The Vintage Aviator

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