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A once loved Triumph Spitfire
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A once loved Triumph Spitfire

This very sad Triumph Spitfire was spotted rusting away in a field in Elstead.

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  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/100
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 13th October 2020
  • Uploaded: 31st August 2016
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  • Rafa Gallery
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    1 week ago
    this is fantastic
  • Tricia
    1 week ago
    Nice shot
  • maherkhazaal
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    1 week ago
    Wow
  • Hanscotte
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    1 week ago
    Ohhh
  • arismendy
    1 week ago
    Una reliquia
  • cata97
    1 week ago
    Wow
  • wileydoc
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    1 week ago
    that is sad
  • ray_foster
    4 years ago
    great find nice shot
  • Howard
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    4 years ago
    It could be loved again
    • SteveHphotos
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      4 years ago
      Its probably rusted more as this was taken a number of years ago

  • paulinew
    5 years ago
    Wow! Terrific composition
    • SteveHphotos
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      5 years ago
      Thank you, it's something a bit different.
  • homeartpictures
    5 years ago
    good rust picture....
    • SteveHphotos
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      5 years ago
      Thanks, rust or decay seems a popular subject
  • CarolDM
    5 years ago
    It is sad to see one like this.
    • SteveHphotos
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      5 years ago
      Yes it is, don't know whether it is still in the field or whether some kind sole has started to restore it