A D.H.2 pays a visit to Brooklands.
The one and only taper wing Camel, with single wide-chord interplane struts.
Lt Cdr Glaseby, RNAS, Hawker's assistant test pilot.
“Letsie I,” a standard Sopwith F.1 Camel with a 110 h.p. Clerget rotary, outside the Sopwith test depot in 1916.
Sopwith’s foreman, Jerry, in shirt sleeves, with a visiting “boffin” from Kingston.
Harry Hawker about to test a brand new Camel.
Another visitor, BE2e 5861 of the RFC.
Elephant A6299 outside the Martinsyde test depot, Brooklands, 1916.
Inside one of the Martin-Handasyde wood-working shops, early 1915, with Scouts under construction.
A pre-war study of Harry Hawker, who showed what a Camel could do in capable hands.
The Sopwith B.I bomber, powered by a 200 h.p. Hispano-Suiza, at Brooklands.