Physical description

Framed black and white photograph of two restored WWII aircraft. Typed label at the bottom of the frame reads: "Two restored second world war aircraft flying over Albury area June 1990. Top: Wirraway Intermediate Trainer, built by Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) in Australia under licence. 600 H.P. Pratt and Whitney wasp engine also built by CAC under licence. Top speed 200mph range 640 miles. Bottom: American Kittyhawk Fighter Bomber. Flown by RAAF in the Middle East and South West Pacific Areas. Top speed 355m.p.h. at 20,000 feet."