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Photo ID 210565 by rinze de vries. Private The Shuttleworth Collection Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, G BZSC
Photo ID: 210565
Roger Bailey flying the Shuttleworth Camel. The original D1851 was constructed by Ruston, Proctor & Co Ltd. of Lincoln. D1851, constructed by the Northern Aeroplane Workshops, is in the markings of 70 Squadron on the Western Front.
Photo ID 208436 by Maurice Kockro. Private Private Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, OK UAL36
Photo ID: 208436
Photo ID 207112 by Werner P. Private Private Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, OK NUL 36
Photo ID: 207112
Photo ID 205325 by Gyula Rácz. Private Private Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, OK HUD
Photo ID: 205325
Photo ID 195015 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, G BZSC
Photo ID: 195015
F.1 Camel reproduction G-BZSC made her first flight on 18th May 2017, from Old Warden, after more than 22 years of work, initially by the Northern Aeroplane Workshops and completed by the Shuttleworth Collection. D1851 is in the markings of 70 Squadron.
Photo ID 169450 by rinze de vries. Private The Vintage Aviator Ltd Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, ZK JMU
Photo ID: 169450
Captain Clive Franklin Collett, born in Spring Creek near Blenheim was officially credited with 12 victories during WWI of which 4 in B3889 of 70 Squadron. Collett was tragically killed on 23 December 1917 flying a captured Albatros D.V over Scotland.
Photo ID 140127 by kristof stuer. Belgium Air Force Sopwith Camel F 1 Replica, N2257J
Photo ID: 140127
in the colors of 1sqn from the belgian air force
Photo ID 112743 by Joop de Groot. UK Air Force Sopwith Camel F1 Replica, B6401
Photo ID: 112743
This replica was built by Slingsby and is now preserved in the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
Photo ID 112742 by Joop de Groot. UK Air Force Sopwith Camel F1 Replica, B5577
Photo ID: 112742
Full scale replica on display in front of the Lincoln bomber. This aircraft has moved to Montrose (SCO) since.
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