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Planes on the hill

Andre

Fly yes... land no.
Admin
#1
I suspect this is in honour of the Battle of Britain 75th anniversary but I can't say I was expecting to see these on my walk today.

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#8
Thanks. I went to a museum in the upper part of florida that had a lot of warbirds. There might have been a spitfire or two, but I remember seeing the Japanese zeros. I want to see a bf 109 though
 

AkimboGlueGuns

Biplane Guy
Mentor
#11
It think it's a Mk.IIb because it appears to be a Battle of Britain era spit, and it has the bulges for the hispano cannons. The Mk.IIb was the first spitfire with this armament, and the only variant with cannons to see action in the Battle of Britain.