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| ENGINE||1 x 100hp Gnome 10-cylinder rotary engine|
| Take-off weight||1326 kg||2923 lb|
| Empty weight||953 kg||2101 lb|
| Wingspan||17.37 m||57 ft 0 in|
| Length||11.89 m||39 ft 0 in|
| Wing area||53.88 m2||579.96 sq ft|
| Max. speed||105 km/h||65 mph|
| ARMAMENT||2 x 50kg bombs|
|Barry, 27.06.2016 18:19|
Only seven were built and the first of these was given the number '74' when it arrived at the Isle of Grain and so the remaining six were all called Short Type 74. Three remained at the Isle of grain the other four went to Dundee where they and thirteen other sea planes and four air ships appeared in the 1914 Royal Fleet Review.
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