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A very fragile aircraft touches down at Old Warden. This example of the Bleriot XI is today the worlds oldest airworthy aeroplane still flying, having been built in 1910. Hard to imagine this same make of aircraft made the first aerial crossing of the English Channel, piloted by it's creator Loius Bleriot.

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