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Two strange flying boat projects

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The picture of the 4-engined design is identical to that, of the Supermarine
524 in Tony Buttlers BSP, but there engines are said to be Proteus . ???
 

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The 4 engine flying boat is the Saunders-Roe P.162 designed to Specification R.2/48 powered by either compounded Griffons or Turbo Griffons. From "Aircraft for the Royal Air Force" by Michael J.F. Bowyer ISBN 0-571-11515-2.

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Hi,


here is the 3-view about Supermarine Type-524.
 

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Where have you found this Supermarine info Hesham..?
 

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My dear Lark,


the Aeroplane Monthly,Supermarine the Company Profile.
 

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hesham said:
the Aeroplane Monthly,Supermarine the Company Profile.

And before that, the Putnam book, from which they simply copied the artwork and information.
 

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