No 8658, a standard Curtiss H-12 is seen at Felixstowe in 1917
Curtiss H-12B N4332 photographed at the Isle of Grain, February 15, 1918.
Curtiss H-12B (N4344, if the number painted on the beaching trolley is relevant) with overwing gun positions and double-yoked Lewis guns at all visible points.
Curtiss H-16 N4892. The H-16 was simply the F.2A built by Curtiss.
A Curtiss H-12 wearing the accoutrements of war.
The flight deck of Curtiss H-12B N4332
Felixstowe F.2A N4566 with open cockpits and horn-balanced ailerons. This version has sometimes been referred to as the F.2B.
Felixstowe F.3 N4259 which was built by Dick, Kerr & Co.
The original Felixstowe F.5, N90, being manhandled at the Isle of Grain.
The F.2C, later numbered N65.
A converted Curtiss H-12 with a Porte-type hull. 8677
The production F.5 N4637. This flying boat was built by the Gosport Aviation Co., to which John Porte went as chief designer.
A Felixstowe F.3 hull under construction in Boulton and Paul's Norwich works.
Photograph of the interior of the aft portion of an F.3 hull built by Dick, Kerr & Co., Ltd., of Preston.
Felixstowe F.2A N4510 at the Isle of Grain on February 15, 1918.
The flight deck of F.2A N4510
The hull of the wrecked F.2C beached at Grain, March 14, 1918.