The prototype Gannet, VR546, which scooped the shipborne anti-submarine requirement.
The only SB.3 to fly, WF632 displaying at the 1950 SBAC display at Farnborough.
WF632 performing at Farnborough. The press at the time nicknamed it 'Jumbo' because of its large 'nose'.
Close-up of the radome and the forward 'office'. At least the view forward was good!
Unpainted SB.3 during early flight trials.
The SB.3 experimental anti-submarine aircraft, covered in wool tufts for airflow tests.
Aspects of the Short SB.3.
Blackburn's YA.5 WB781, competitor to the Gannet.
Even in its TT.2 target-tug version, the Sturgeon was a reasonable-looker. Not so the SB.3!