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  1. Unknown user says

    The following replace the paragraph beginning "Various great colour shots.......";

    At 00:09 is a Beagle M218, Reg. No. G-ASCK.

    Then coming alongside it at 00:17 is a Beagle 206X, Reg. No. G-ARRM.

    At 00:21 we see the Hawker P1127, Serial No. XP972, and behind it a Hawker Hunter T66A, Serial No. G-APUX.

    At 00:39, two examples of the Folland Gnat T1, Serial Numbers XM691 and XM698.

    In the foreground at 01:13 is a De Havilland DH125, Reg. No. G-ARYA.

    At 01:14 is a De Havilland Trident 1.

    At 01:18 is a Vickers VC10, Reg. No. G-ARTA.

    At 01:36 we see a Wallis WA116 autogyro, Serial No. XR942.

    At 02:02, an Avro Vulcan B1, Serial No. XA894.

    At 02:08, a Handley Page HP115, Serial No. XP841.

    At 02:15, a Bristol T188, Serial No. XF923.

    At 02:48, an Armstrong Whitworth Argosy C1, Serial No. XN817.

    At 03:58 we see the RAF's "Blue Diamonds" aerobatics team, taking off in their Hawker Hunter aircraft.

    At 04:02, an English Electric Lightning.

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    Continuing, at 04:04 we see Air Marshal Sir Douglas Morris watching several more Lightnings taking off.

    At 04:20, a remarkable 23-plane diamond formation of Hunters and Lightnings. This is followed by various aerobatic manoeuvres by these aircraft.

    At 05:37, further footage of the De Havilland DH125, this time in flight.

    At 05:46 a Blackburn Buccaneer S1, Serial No. XN929.

    At 05:57, a Handley Page Herald, Reg. No. CF-MCK.

    At 06:18, a De Havilland Trident 1, Reg. No. G-ARPC.

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