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Full-sized silver Spitfire to sit alongside north Norfolk museum

PUBLISHED: 09:59 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:03 13 July 2018

An artist's impression of how the Spitfire replica would look at Langham Dome. Image: PLANNING DOCUMENTS

An artist's impression of how the Spitfire replica would look at Langham Dome. Image: PLANNING DOCUMENTS

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It has come to represent Britain’s fighting spirit, a symbol of the courage of our wartime pilots as well as the excellence of our engineers.

An  artist's impression of how the Spitfire replica would look at Langham Dome. Image: PLANNING DOCUMENTSAn artist's impression of how the Spitfire replica would look at Langham Dome. Image: PLANNING DOCUMENTS

And now a full-sized silver replica of a Supermarine Spitfire is planned to sit alongside Langham Dome in north Norfolk.

An application has been put in to North Norfolk District Council to mount the replica on a plinth next to the building once used to train anti-aircraft gunners off Cockthorpe Road.

The Spitfire would be 9.5m long and boast a wingspan of 11.2m.

The installation would help mark this year’s centenary of the Royal Air Force.


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