Sopwith Camel: for me that name will always be connected with
the books by W.E.Johns, about James 'Biggles' Bigglesworth! I in particular devoured the books set in WW1 & WWII. Biggles flew the Sopwith Camel, of course.
A few World War II relics: the remains of complete nose section of an Avro Lancaster bomber.
We had only a brief glance at this section, time was limited, hopefully a revisit lurks in the not too distant future.
I rather liked the bubble shaped attachment at the side of the cockpit.
Would that be standard on a Lancaster?
Wreck of a Mitsubishi A6M Zero. This website showed there were more aeroplanes on display here at some point.