Tony Bell took these photos.
These are of the replica Sopwith Pup at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Although the aircraft is on static display, it is in
Paul Thompson took these photos in Dec, 2003.
This is the Sopwith Pup replica about which I know nothing, at the Coventry Air
England. The engine looks like a wooden dummy, so I doubt this was a
One photos shows the area under the tail, showing skid and it's cutout, and the access
front of the kingpost.
Neil Eddy took these images on a visit to the RAAF
Museum at Point Cook. The subject is a full sized replica of a Sopwith Pup
built in the 1980's. It is built largely to original specifications apart
from a more powerful engine and tail planes and rudder, which are metal.
Apparently this was done for strength as an earlier version had the
tailplane collapse when it was built to its original wood and fabric format.
Update from Neil:
Thanks for posting the photos. I notice though that three other photos have
'snuck' in, which I would have posted an explanation of, if I had remembered
they were in the zip file (oops). These are:
Knut Erik Hagen
took these photos May 2004.