Built as B-25J USAF 44-29507, converted to TB-25N, converted to VB-25N, to N3698G registered Nov-1959, to N320SQ registered Jan-1990, to PH-XXV registered Jan-2010. It carries a small Netherlands Air Force orange triangle on the nose. The aircraft is operated here from Eindhoven in the province of Brabant in the Netherlands.
How the Sopwith F.1 looks like a camel was always lost on me, but it's just about the metal fairing fitted over the machine gun breeches to protect the guns from freezing at altitude. Original WWI aircraft in the Brussels Air Museum.