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Air Museum, Malta

 

REIDsteel built this beautiful little aircraft hangar for the Malta Aircraft Museum in 2005. The style was to reflect the era of the Second World War, and has a Spitfire, a Hurricane and Anti Aircraft Guns, as well as other WW2 memorabilia. Malta, the George Cross Island, is rightly proud of its resistance on the last occasion that powers in Europe tried to make them join the European Union; and many regret that they have now given in.

Air Museum Inside Hangar
Air Museum Hangar

 

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