A plane known as the 'Flying Princess' made her maiden voyage sixty years ago is being remembered by those who flew her.
The aircraft was able to land on water. She was designed and built in the South, and should have given Britain's aviation industry a lead over the rest of the world, however the concept never really took off. Richard Jones reports.
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