Technical Details

New methods of construction were reflected as the Horsley evolved

The forward fuselage of one of the long-distance Horsleys, showing the seating accommodation, extra internal tankage, and the enginemounting.
AEROPLANE

he Horsley was an unequal-span, unequal-chord biplane with dihedral on the lower planes, ailerons installed on the upper planes only, and slight sweepback on both.The wing cellule was in ‘one-and-a half-bay’ configuration with a wide centresection forming the inner wing panels out to the first close-set interplane struts, which were of ‘N’ configuration.

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