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Photo ID 263279 by Jiri Sofilkanic. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 260467 by rinze de vries. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 260467
R4118 is operated by Hurricane Heritage and based here at Old Warden. The Gloster Brockworth-built machine saw active service during the Battle of Britain with 605 Squadron, initially from RAF Drem, but from 6 September 1940 from RAF Croydon.
Photo ID 251052 by Chris Hauser. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 251052
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Photo ID 242135 by Günther Feniuk. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 236362 by Aldo Bidini. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 223572 by Stephen Cooper. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 208280 by flyer1. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 208280
"Happy Anniversary to the Royal Air Force". Founded by the 1st Viscount Hugh Trenchard on the 1st of April 1918. RAF motto, 'Through Adversity to the Stars'. G-HUPW waiting for clearance for takeoff from Rwy20.
Photo ID 196612 by Lukas Kinneswenger. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 196058 by Steve Homewood. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 192122 by Joop de Groot. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 182155 by Joop de Groot. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 180942 by rinze de vries. Private Hurricane Heritage Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 180942
Stu Goldspink flying the Hurricane Heritage R4118. Built by the Gloster Aircraft Company it was delivered new to 605 Squadron on 17 August 1940 at the height of the Battle of Britain. Based at Croydon, pilots of R4118 claimed 5 enemy aircraft damaged.
Photo ID 180359 by rinze de vries. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 180359
Both Shuttleworth based Hurricanes in the air at the Edwardian Pageant on the 7th August, Hurricane I R4118 being flown by Stuart Goldspink, the Shuttleworth Collection's Sea Hurricane Ib by Frank Chapman.
Photo ID 161549 by Luca Bani. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 161549
Photo ID 160569 by Chris Albutt. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 160569
hurricane I at RAF Cosford 2015
Photo ID 159780 by Chris Albutt. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 159780
Hurricane I at RAF Cosford 2015
Photo ID 154553 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID 94662 by Niels Roman / VORTEX-images. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 94662
Royal International Air Tattoo 2010
Photo ID 89022 by Alfonso S.. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 89022
Photo ID 72071 by Johannes Berger. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 72071
A beautiful Hawker Hurricane performing at the 2009 Oostwold airshow. This plane flew during the Battle of Britain and shot down 5 enemy planes, until she was damaged on October 22 1940. She was rebuilt and mainly used for training until s.o.c. in 1947.
Photo ID 71763 by Joop de Groot. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 71763
arrival at the Waddington Air Show. Full 605 Sq markings.
Photo ID 64497 by Viper A.M.W.. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 64497
NATO Days in Ostrava 2010
Photo ID 63540 by Radim Spalek. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 63540
Hurricane Mk.I R4118 was delivered to 605. sq. "County of Warwick" at Drem on 17.8.1940. During the Battle of Britain it flew 49 sorties from Croydon and shot down five enemy aircraft! Is it the only Hurricane from the Battle of Britain still flying.
Photo ID 63535 by Radim Spalek. Private Private Hawker Hurricane I, G HUPW
Photo ID: 63535
Hurricane Mk.I R4118 was delivered to 605. sq. "County of Warwick" at Drem on 17.8.1940. During the Battle of Britain it flew 49 sorties from Croydon and shot down five enemy aircraft! Is it the only Hurricane from the Battle of Britain still flying.
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