A Dornier 17 bomber, rescued from the English Channel, is travelling more than 200 miles from Ramsgate to RAF Cosford in Shropshire.
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The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford's Conservation Centre will provide exclusive behind-the-scenes access for visitors this week.
The second day of Battle of Britain commemoration at RAF Cosford could see a fly-past by one of the most iconic planes in history.
The Spitfire is expected to fly over the air force base as part of their remembrance event for the Battle of Britain.
However, organisers say the weather may affect the appearance of the aircraft, which is due to fly over Cosford at 2.25pm.
A Lancaster Bomber flew over the base yesterday, as the first part of the two-day family event.
A Lancaster bomber will fly past RAF Cosford today to commemorate the Battle of Britain.
It will be part of a weekend of events at the base to remember what could be considered the most important event in Royal Air Force history.
Other activities include engine demonstrations, operations room reconstructions and a ‘dig-for-victory’ garden.
The Battle of Britain was a crucial event in the First World War, where the RAF managed to overcome the German Luftwaffe in a series of airborne battles and help keep the country from invasion.
Work has begun to conserve a Second World War German aircraft which has been lifted from the seabed off the coast of Kent.
The wreckage of the world's last surviving Dornier Do-17 medium bomber was salvaged from the English Channel after 73 years.
It is now at the RAF Museum Cosford. The remaining parts have been moved into two hydration tunnels where they will be sprayed with a mixture of water and citric acid to remove a build up of material from the sea. The process could take more than a year.
Keith Wilkinson reports.
The last remaining Dornier 17 is under-going restoration at RAF Cosford after arriving yesterday.
The remains of the plane, that has been under water in the English Channel since the Second World War, will now be coated in water and citric acid to remove the barnacles from the metal. This process will take about twelve months.
RAF Museum Cosford's General Manager, Alex Medhurst, explains to ITV News Central what work will be carried out on the salvaged German bomber, Do-17 Dornier, which was recovered from the English Channel earlier this month.
The German bomber, Dornier Do-17, which was shot down off the Kent coast during the Second World War, has arrived at RAF Cosford near Wolverhampton.