They're described as the aeroplane that won the Battle of Britain but with only 35 spitfires left around the world - one aircraft enthusiast from the South has taking it upon himself to personally add to that tally.
John Romain has spent five years restoring a Spitfire which crashed in 1940. The pilot survived and went on to organise the Great Escape. His plane, which was originally built in Southampton, has been dragged from the mud then repaired on the Isle of Wight and is now flying again.
Next week it goes up for auction and is expected to fetch around £2.5 million pounds. Lauren Hall reports
A British Transport Police (BTP) spokesman said: “Our officers were called to Reading station on Friday, 3 July, to reports of a group of men acting suspiciously.
“The call came into police at 3.10pm.
“Officers from BTP and colleagues from Thames Valley Police met a London Paddington bound train at Reading station and carried a thorough search of the train.
"No one matching the description in the report was found. Enquiries continue."
Tomorrow it's exactly 150 years ago that a white rabbit, a Mad Hatter and a little girl called Alice made an appearance in a book that has become a children's classic.
Alice in Wonderland was written by Lewis Carroll, an Oxford don who was inspired by the city and the people he knew.
Tomorrow thousands of people will be celebrating Alice's Day, and Rachel Hepworth's been down the rabbit hole to see how preparations are going
A nurse who spent eight months helping patients fight the deadly Ebola virus is to be awarded an OBE for her work.
The citation for Lieutenant Colonel Alison McCourt who helped to set up a clinic in Sierra Leone recognised that 'No problem was too small and no person too insignificant to receive her full attention'.
Police have told ITV News Meridian that officers are at Reading train station responding to reports of suspicious activity.
British Transport Police tell us the incident has now been dealt with.
Enquiries are ongoing at the station in Berkshire.