Aviation Photo #4452213: Short S-25 Sunderland 5 - UK - Air Force
"Royal Air Force Museum" The Short Sunderlands were maritime patrol aircraft and were extensively used by the British during the Second World War to counter the German U-bpat threat. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm] - Photo taken at Hendon [CLOSED] in England, United Kingdom on July 20, 2015.
Sunderland Mk. I
A tail view of Short Sunderland Mark I, L5802 'SE-F', of Coastal Command at Pembroke Dock. Also see; www.flickr.com/photos/8270787@N07/3216843183/in/set-72157...
ROYAL AIR FORCE COASTAL COMMAND, 1939-1945.
A Bristol Taurus VI engine is unshipped from Bristol Beaufort Mark I, L9853 of No. 217 Squadron RAF at St Eval, Cornwall. The engine is suspended from a mobile derrick while the fitters check the cylinder heads before crating it up for return to the manufacturers for a complete overhaul.
THE ROYAL AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, JANUARY 1942
TR 25. A pilot thought to be Flight Lieutenant A J H Finch DFC is about to settle into the cockpit of Bristol Beaufort I N102/'MW-S' of No 217 Squadron Royal Air Force prior to flying for photographers at St Eval Cornwall
The crew of Sunderland RB-D (no 10 RAAF Sqn.) in the duty pinnace on their way to their ‘ship’ in Plymouth harbour, the RAF station being known as Mount Batten.