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Sopwith 1913 Circuit of Britain floatplane

Sopwith 1919 Schneider Cup Seaplane

Sopwith 1½ Strutter

Sopwith Admiralty Type 137

Sopwith Admiralty Type C

Sopwith Antelope

Sopwith Atlantic

Sopwith B.1

Sopwith Baby

Sopwith Bat Boat

Sopwith Bee

Sopwith Buffalo

Sopwith Bulldog

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Sopwith Cobham

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Sopwith Dolphin

Sopwith Dragon

Sopwith Gnu

Sopwith Grasshopper

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Sopwith Hippo

Sopwith L.R.T.Tr.

Sopwith Pup

Sopwith Rhino

Sopwith Salamander

Sopwith Snail

Sopwith Snark

Sopwith Snipe

Sopwith Sociable

Sopwith Special torpedo seaplane Type C

Sopwith Swallow

Sopwith Tabloid

Sopwith Three-seater

Sopwith Triplane

Sopwith Two-Seat Scout

Sopwith Type 807

Sopwith Type 860

Sopwith Wallaby


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World War 1 Aircraft - Sopwith Camel F.1

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Crew: 1 Length: 18 ft 9 in (5.71 m) Wingspan: 26 ft 11 in (8.53 m) Height: 8 ft 6 in (2.59 m) Wing area: 231 ft² (21.46 m²) Empty weight: 930 lb (420 kg) Loaded...

Giant Sopwith Pup WWI Warbird Gas Powered RC Plane at Warbirds Over Whatcom with a Crash,

This is not your ordinary RC plane folks. I thought this was a HUGE gas powered RAF SE5 WWI Warbird Radio Controlled Plane but it turns out that it is a Sopwith Pup. Parkzone makes a nice version...

Sopwith Tabloid marking 100 years of aviation in kingston

A century ago the Sopwith Aircraft Company made history in front of Turks Boat Builders with their famous aeroplane, the Tabloid. In September, with the support of Creed-Miles, Kingston Aviation...

Sopwith Camel WW 1 replica by Airdrome Aeroplanes

http://www.lightsportaircraftblog.com - Sopwith Camel - We take a quick look at the Sopwith Camel (replica) experimental aircraft from Airdrome Aeroplanes during the E.A.A. Airventure Convention...

Construction of a Sopwith Pup from Airdrome Aeroplanes

This is the video of the construction of a Sopwith Pup, it is a kit from Airdrome Aeroplanes, it is in aluminum, because it will fly for the 2014-2018 commemoration of WW1 in the N.E. of France...

Engine: Gnome rotary in Sopwith Camel

Test run of a 160hp 9-cylinder Gnome rotary engine (installed in a Sopwith Camel replica). This is the aircraft owned and operated by The Vintage Aviator Ltd, in Masterton, New Zealand. The...

Sopwith Triplane 1916 WW1 fighter

The Vintage Aviator's Sopwith Triplane puts on a terrific display at the Wings Over Waiarapa 2011 airshow (Masterton, New Zealand) The Sopwith Triplane was a British single seat fighter aircraft...

RC Aircraft Sopwith Pup-In-flight Footage

Footage from an RC plane flown by Mike Wartman at the Dawn Patrol Rendezvous at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

World War 1 Aircraft - Sopwith 1½ Strutter

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Crew: two, pilot and observer Length: 25 ft 3 in (7.7 m) Wingspan: 33 ft 6 in (10.21 m) Height: 10 ft 3 in (3.12 m) Wing area: 346 ft² (32.14 m²) Empty weight:...

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Fri, 24 Oct 2014 02:07:44 -0700

Geek's Guide to Britain He learned to fly aged 22, set up his first aircraft factory aged 24 and by 30 his fighters dominated the skies over the Western Front. Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith - later, Sir – founded the Sopwith Aircraft Company in 1912 ...
Classic Driver
Wed, 26 Oct 2011 07:01:03 -0700

Jaguar drivers Peter Blond and Jonathan Sieff were in the rag trade, Kenneth McAlpine (who financed the Connaught GP team) a member of the McAlpine Construction family, Tommy Sopwith was the son of Sir Tom Sopwith, of Sopwith aircraft, America's Cup ...

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