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Added during 2011


In October 2011, a group of amateur aviation historians have unearthed the wreckage of a Spitfire in Northern France near the village of Hardifort. Its discovery was accidental: a film crew making a World War Two documentary was excavating what they believed was the wreckage of a downed Czech aircraft when they realised that they came across a different crash site...


Here is a great HD video from a 16-strong Spitfire formation display during the 2010 Flying Legends show at Duxford. [auldm, via YouTube] Inspired? ...


The title says it all. Some nice formation flying in a perfect weather over the beautiful English countryside. A clip from flyingmachines.tv. [via YouTube]


This is a photo of Polish Sgt Wlodzimierz Chojnacki in his Spitfire, possibly taken at Northolt or Kirton in Lindsey in 1942. This gentleman ...


Vladimir Urbanek gives us royal treatment this morning with this new Spitfire artwork, documenting a lesser known episode from the history of No. 312 Sqn


Another mystery photo today. A cheery group of French personnel posing in front of an impressive lineup of Spifires Mk. V. This picture originates ...


No. 451 Squadron was one of the fighter units of the RAAF which spent most of its wartime career in the Mediterranean...

Added during 2010


A prototype for a fully tropicalised Spitfire Mk. Vb Trop, with a prominent Vokes filter beneath the nose as well as other tropical installations.


Here are three photos of my latest Spitfire, a Mk. Vb Trop built from Tamiya’s 1/48 scale kit. I painted it using Xtracolour enamel ...


The 70th Anniversary Battle of Britain show in Duxford on 4 September 2010 brought a unique formation display – by sixteen Spitfires! The formation ...