Aircraft A of No 211 Sqn, RAF, built by Westland with a Puma engine, was hit by ground fire near Bruges, Belgium and put down at Nummer Een near Breskens in the Netherlands by pilot Capt Gray. His observer was Lt Comerford. In colour impressions of this machine the vertical stripes are black and white but this is visibly not correct. Aircraft served as DEH-433 in Dutch army air force, retaining the striking markings. Withdrawn 1925. Photo from: Foto Dert /Gemeentearchief Vlissingen
With a serial like that, this aircraft just had to be 665 Squadron's flagship! Photographed arriving for static display at this year's Seafront Spectacular, this Gazelle can be seen carrying lots of extra surveillance equipment not normally on public display.
Arriving at Victoria Park Arbroath, to take part in this year's Seafront Spectacular. The black spots on the image aren't dust spots thankfully, but are lots of grass being lifted up by the powerful downdraught!