The Gloster G.14 Gannet, G-EBHU, was registered on August 15, 1925 to the Gloucestershire Aircraft Co. Ltd. It was designed by H. P. Folland and built for the 1925 Lympne Trials, from which it retired when its 750cc Carden two-stroke engine had cooling troubles.
The Gloucestershire "Gannet": Front view. A good idea of the size of the machine may be formed by comparison with the man standing in front. Looking here like a king-sized model the Gannet is seen with original Carden two-stroke engine. With a wingspan of only 18ft the Gannet was an essay in miniaturisation.