Short Sunderland flying boat
Short Sunderland Plymouth 1945
The huge Short Sunderland flying boat had a crew of 9 but could accommodate as many as 80 men when used as a transport. Radar had only been introduced to the Sunderland in October 1941.
Seaplane. ❣Julianne McPeters❣ no pin limits
1938-1959 Short S.25 Sunderland. Flying Boat Bomber. RAF, RNZAF, RAAF, FN. Engine: 4 x Bristol Pegasus XVIII nine cylinder radial engines (1,065 hp) Armament: 16 x .303 Browning machine guns, 2 x .5 in machine guns. Max speed: 210 mph (336 km/h)
The pilot and navigator of a Short Sunderland Mark I of No. 10 Squadron RAAF enjoy some refreshments while on convoy escort duty in the Atlantic.
Sergeant Patrick McCombie, a flight engineer of the Royal Australian Air Force, in his bunk on board a Short Sunderland of No. 10 Squadron RAAF at Mount Batten, Plymouth, Devon.
Short Sunderland Painting - Short Sunderland Fine Art Print
Short Sunderland Mark I, L2163 DA-G, of No. 210 Squadron RAF based at Oban, in flight over the Atlantic while escorting Canadian Troop Convoy 6 (TC.6), inbound for Greenock.1943