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Spitfire PS915 (Mk PRXIX)

Spitfire PS915 (Mk PRXIX)

Fred Fouarge, Maeluk, Peter_Private_Box, Alan Drury and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
 Doug Shepherd
Doug Shepherd club
Nice catch here Steve - is this one part of the BBMF?

All the best, Doug
2 years ago.
S Drury club has replied to Doug Shepherd club
Hello Doug thank you .. YES this is one of the six resident Spitfires of the BBMF

Best wishes ... Steve
2 years ago.
 S Drury
S Drury club
Thank you for your YS

Nouchetdu38

Maeluk

Fred Fouarge

Best wishes ... Steve
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
 Alan Drury
Alan Drury club
Hi Steve a nice catch here as Doug said tight place at the right time TS here from me .Best wishes Alan.
2 years ago.
S Drury club has replied to Alan Drury club
Hello Alan thank you i am pleased you like this shot of the Spitfire :))

Best wishes ... Steve
2 years ago.
 Peter_Private_Box
Peter_Private_Box club
Hi Steve,

Like Alan says, a nice catch here!
It might be my imagination, or the color scheme, but this one seems to have a longer engine compartment than the others.. (and more blades on the prop)

Best Wishes
Peter
2 years ago.
S Drury club has replied to Peter_Private_Box club
Thank you Peter i am pleased you think so

this is a Mark 19 Spitfire built in 1945 and and has been modified to take an ex-Shackleton Griffon 58 engine with a specially-manufactured reduction gear driving a single propeller. (This is now the standard power plant configuration on the BBMF Mk XIX Spitfires).

Best wishes ... Steve
2 years ago.

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