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My 400th pic on JP - Duxford Airshow: This Spitfire aircraft was built as a single-seat LFlX fighter at the Castle Bromwich factory of Vickers Supermarine in 1944 as part of contract No. B981687/39. It was delivered to the Royal Air Force at No.33 Maintenance Unit at Lyneham in Wiltshire as PV202 on 18/09/44 where it was brought up to operational standard for service delivery. In March 2007 the Dutch owner had the aircraft painted in Royal Netherlands Air Force colours, and she now represents ‘H98’, one of three Spitfire Trainers sold to the Netherlands in March 1948. The aircraft showed off her new colours at the Antwerp Airshow in May.

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Sep 08, 2007

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My 400th pic on JP - Duxford Airshow: This Spitfire aircraft was built as a single-seat LFlX fighter at the Castle Bromwich factory of Vickers Supermarine in 1944 as part of contract No. B981687/39. It was delivered to the Royal Air Force at No.33 Maintenance Unit at Lyneham in Wiltshire as PV202 on 18/09/44 where it was brought up to operational standard for service delivery. In March 2007 the Dutch owner had the aircraft painted in Royal Netherlands Air Force colours, and she now represents ‘H98’, one of three Spitfire Trainers sold to the Netherlands in March 1948. The aircraft showed off her new colours at the Antwerp Airshow in May.

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Canon EOS 350D | Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Show Exif data
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