Aeroplane Monthly 1987-04
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J.Bruce - "The question of launching torpedoes" (3)
Short seaplane, Admiralty Type 166, No 161, outside its makers’ works, its arched crossbars plainly visible.
In this photograph of the Short Folders 119 and 122 on the dockside at Durban, their arched inter-float crossbars can just be seen.
Short No 121 at Durban after its arrival there with the Special Service unit that was sent to German East Africa to destroy the Konigsberg.
Sopwith seaplane No 138, which made several successful torpedo drops at Calshot.