G-EAUD  Saunders Kittiwake                                 (c/n  101)


                                 This rather uncontrasty print does not show the configuration of the one-off Kittiwake to its full
                                 advantage. Actually, it looked rather like a tug boat with wings.  To better see what I mean, I
                                 have enlarged the cockpit area (below).  I have virtually no details on this 1920 desgined aircraft,
                                 other than it was scrapped in 1921.   In 1929, after Aliot Verdon Roe and John Lord took a control-
                                 ling interest in the firm, the name was changed to Saunders-Roe, which in turn was later truncated to