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Sunderland Picture

Photograph Image: Sunderland

Sunderland picture.

Plane information: A famous WWII German aircraft is the Messerschmitt Me 109. A picture of the Sunderland flying boat amphibious aircraft can be seen in the aircraft gallery. This amphibious aircraft is a four engine airplane that was built by the British and entered service in the late 1930's. Famous British WW2 aircraft are the Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane, these three WW2 aircraft are all in the aircraft gallery.

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Many great airplane pictures in this airplane picture gallery. Famous planes like the Spitfire, Lancaster, B17, Mustang and more. Pictures of the Eurofighter and the F15 also the red arrows and a Messerschmitt me109. There are also pictures of the Vulcan bomber.

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