It is seventy one years since 95 men, women and children died when the city of York was bombed during the Second World War. 9500 houses and other buildings including the Guildhall were destroyed during the Baedeker Raid by the German Luftwaffe.
York's latest tourist attraction - a Hurricane fighter aircraft,commemorating 71 years since German bombers blitzed the city.
There will be a Hurricane fighter plane in York later to mark the bravery of French pilot Yves Mahe, who prevented an explosion in the city 71 years ago. It's part of a campaign to get a permanent memorial.