|A disabled Hawker Hurricane plummets, inverted from the sky with its jettisoned canopy |
disappearing in the slipstream behind it....
|...The pilot has already parachuted to safety, had his injuries bandaged and is now sharing a wine with a lovely lady.|
The scene is based on a true event, in which the pilot landed in a wealthy manor and was sent the bill for his care afterwards !
|A close up the lady.|
Very lifelike models.
|Close up view of one of the Armstrong Siddeley Cheetahs, in the Avro Anson.|
|One of the many detailed displays.|
|The inverted Hurricane, with flames flickering on the side of its |
engine cowling, above the flying glass-house (Anson).
|A Fleet trainer, Yak in the background and Stuka overhead.|
|A Stuka dive bomber begins to descend with its propeller driven sirens screaming.|
|A famous female Soviet pilot stands proudly by a Yak fighter....|
|...Soviet pilot Lydia Litvyak.|
|Where the Spitfire should have been, was a Ryan Monoplane, trainer.|
The Spitfire was away for servicing.