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Saunders and Saro Aircraft Since 1917
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P.London - Saunders and Saro Aircraft Since 1917 /Putnam/

The Perry-Beadle flying-boat and a partially completed B.E.2 in the Saunders shed, autumn 1913.
Felixstowe F.5 N178 with Saunders 'hollow-bottom' ventilated hull.
Felixstowe F.2As under construction in the East Cowes shed, summer 1918.
The Sopwith Bat Boat had a Saunders-designed hull and is seen here in its original, single fin and rudder, configuration. Initially, it was powered by an Austro-Daimler engine.
The Perry-Beadle flying-boat and a partially completed B.E.2 in the Saunders shed, autumn 1913.
The only known photograph of the T.1, showing the large four-bladed airscrew and the adoption of a more conventional exhaust system.
Saunders drawing of the T.1, showing the early smoke-stack exhaust, lower mainplane cutouts and rear Lewis gun.
The Ravaud craft on the Medina, early 1911. The new Saunders shed, in the background, was at that time under construction.