Biggleswade photographer captures the glory of the golden age of flight
- Credit: Archant
The Red Arrows put on a supreme display of their flying prowess at the Old Warden Aerodrome near Biggleswade on Sunday.
The display was part of the magnificent Edwardian Pageant, which saw a host of rare and historic aircraft from the First World War period take to the skies.
Alongside many of the regular Shuttleworth fleet of historic aircraft, the large crowds were treated to visiting displays including the Breitling Wingwalkers and the Tiger 9 team formed of nine Tiger Moths.
Vintage motors were also on display and in a parade before the flying.
The museum and hangars were open and free to access.
There were also historic re-enactors and a chance to chat with pilots and walk around the aircraft on the ground.
These amazing pictures were taken by Alisdair Anderson of Biggleswade.
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