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Added during 2011

2011-12-23

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...

2011-09-12

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? ...

2011-09-06

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]

2011-07-06

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

2011-04-29

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

2011-03-01

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

2011-02-17

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

2010-12-15

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

2010-12-12

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 ...

2010-10-15

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