Twelve Spitfires deserved their own post – it’s a lot to take in. There are at least six more dotted around the museum area.
But Duxford has lots more to offer, a huge collection of aircraft from the RAF and Fleet Air Arm, plus lots of what the Americans call “War Birds”. It’s a huge site and if the Americans try to add more to their collection, the hall will need extending radically. Currently, there’s a B52, B29, B17, Liberator, Mustang, Dakota and an SR71 jammed in there, with lots of other aircraft wedged in between them.
As a result, the visitor can get much closer, but there are so many aircraft, it’s hard to get a image of one specific aeroplane – hence my preference here for tight close ups.
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