The Black Horse over Bamburgh by Mark Postlethwaite
Spitfires of 72 Squadron roar past Bamburgh Castle on their way back to base at Acklington, June 1941. The aircraft in the foreground, RN-Y P8148 was named ‘The Black Horse’ in recognition of the fact that it had been purchased for the RAF by the employees of Lloyds Bank during the Battle of Britain.
Overall size: 17" x 28"
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