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An American Spotter Plane

An American Spotter Plane
An American Spotter Plane
An American Spotter Plane
An American Spotter Plane
An American Spotter Plane
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An American Spotter Plane of Type Jim Stoodley borrowed 50 years ago when he was 14. Jim Stoodley brother John, then 13 climbed into the Piper club spotter plane at a US airfield at Ludgershall, Wilts in December 1942. They managed to take off.
Photograph details
City The Daily Telegraph
Date July 25,1995
Photographer Tony Hall
SizeText 8.8" x 12.1"
Year 1995
Month July


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