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This is a view taken inside the American Airforce Building in The Imperial War Museum Duxford.  The building was designed by Lord Foster, and houses aircraft of fantastic variety, from a WW2 Mustang to the fastest Aircraft ever the Blackbird, which can be seen by rotating the panorama 180 degrees.

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Uploaded: 30/01/2011
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Tags: raf; usaf; air; force; museum; royal; norman; foster
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