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Category Archives: Peak District Photography
October 2015 sees the end of a chapter in aviation history with the last flights by a Vulcan bomber. As part of a “farewell to flight” nationwide tour, Vulcan XH558 flew over Newark Air Museum, Nottinghamshire, for the last time. The museum has their own Vulcan B2 (XM594) – one of only 18 left in […]
One of the things that I love about the Peak District is that there are always new photography opportunities. Whether that involves finding new photo locations or revisiting familiar ones, there is never any shortage of subject matter. 2014 was no exception in that respect, and here are just a few personal favourites. To see […]
A unique historic event took place on Sunday 21st of September 2014, when the only two airworthy Lancaster bombers in the world flew together over Derwent Dam in the Peak District. Thousands of people turned out to see the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s “Thumper III” and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s “Vera” fly together […]
This year saw the 70th anniversary of the Dambusters raid by Lancaster bombers of 617 Squadron on dams in Germany on the night of 16-17 May 1943. On the 16th of May this year, thousands of people from all over the country converged on Derwent Dam in the Derbyshire Peak District to watch a commemorative flypast […]