This aircraft saw three repaints in less than two years. In April 2017 it was painted in Sunweb colours, only to return to regular Transavia colours about six months later, in October 2017. Strangely though it was not painted in the then current new scheme that the airline had introduced in January 2015, but in the old scheme the airline used before that. Apparently that was a mistake, because about a year later it was repainted yet again, this time finally in the airline's current scheme as seen here.
According to some sources this SABCA-built, twin-engined machine was originally a W.8e trimotor, but is there any evidence for this? We assume this photo was taken at Rotterdam - Waalhaven early on, in 1924, because the original Dutch caption mentions an 'Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Basel' service which was advertised in the Dutch press at the time. Rotterdam to Basel took five hours according to the schedule and cost 70 guilders with a 15-kg baggage allowance. Actually the Sabena routes were Brussels-Rotterdam, extendended to Amsterdam from 1 September 1924, and Brussels-Strasbourg-Basel. Photo from: ETH-Bibliothek Zürich