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ScaleWorkshop Video No. 23

 

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flypast

Mark Beckwith took the video footage, and describes the scene:

"This video was taken on September 11, 2004 at Welland, Ontario Canada, and the occasion was a Battle of Britain remembrance event. Mr. Ed Russell owns the Spitfire and a Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4 and is in the process of establishing a small warbird museum of flying historical aircraft. He also owns a Harvard and a soon to be airworthy Hawker Hurricane.

The Lancaster belongs to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and was flown from its home in Hamilton, Ontario especially for the fly-by. The Spitfire is a Mk.IX late production, serial MK912 which was restored last year at Duxford.

The video was shot with a Canon Digital camcorder, hand held and on almost maximum optical zoom, hence the shake!"

To view the movie, click the link above to view the Windows Media version, or click the play button (twice) on to view the YouTube version below:

 

Video Details

Video File Format - Windows Media File (WMF)
File Size - 2.9 MB
Movie Length - 3 minutes and 8 seconds

If you don't have Media Player, you can download it for free by following this link (for Windows or Mac).
 

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Compilation and Narrative Copyright 2004 by Testor Corporation
Video Copyright 2004 by Brett Green