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This example of the Bristol F2.B, serial number D8096, was built in 1918, but was too late to see service during the First World War. It was acquired by the Shuttleworth Collection and restored by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, flying again in February 1952. It starred at many air displays across the country and after 28 years of flying, it was refurbished between 1980-82. D8096 still flies regularly and is one of only two Bristol Fighters that are airworthy in the world

First World War Centenary: Photos of Airworthy WWI Planes at the Shuttleworth Collection

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This Sopwith Pup, number N9917 G-EBKY, had a number of owners prior to its acquisition in 1936 by Richard Shuttleworth, and served for a time on HMS Manxman

This Sopwith Pup, number G-EBKY, had a number of owners prior to its acquisition in 1936 by Richard Shuttleworth, and served for a time on HMS Manxman (© Getty)

Group Captain Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire, Baron Cheshire VC, OM, DSO & Two Bars, DFC was a highly decorated British RAF pilot during the Second World War.

Group Captain Leonard Cheshire VC RAF, the British observer for the dropping of the second atom bomb on Nagasaki 9 August 1945 and the former commander of No 617 Squadron (Dambusters), Royal Air Force.

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