Taking place in the Cambridgeshire village, the biennial event drew plenty of visitors.
The Spitting Image archive has been donated to Cambridge University Library under HM Government’s Cultural Gifts Scheme.
The event attracted more than 33,000 visitors and featured displays from more than 60 vintage and contemporary aircraft.
Among the new attractions was a special display from Marshall, Sons & Co tractors, while popular YouTube figure Trucker Tim was also present.
The popular event was started in memory of Duxford resident Phill Hill and raises money for Cancer Research UK.
Piloted by the late Ken Wallis, she memorably “defended her honour with great success” in classic spy thriller You Only Live Twice in 1967.
A look at the pool’s history – and why it’s more popular than ever.
Ostler, the first in a five-book series, introduces the series’ main protagonist, ex-soldier Gregory Hardiman.
The Tubular Bells the 50th Anniversary Celebration tour will see the original album performed in full, along with further Oldfield compositions.
The event was one of the special themed flying days of IWM Duxford’s annual flying season.
Catrin Finch and Cimarrón and William Prince were among the highlights on the last day of the 2023 event.
The event – one of the biggest dates in the Cambridge music calendar – starts tomorrow (Thursday, July 27) and runs until Sunday (July 30).
The Nashville-based singer-songwriter is due to perform at this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival.
The 43rd edition of the fun-filled day included a fun fair, beer tent, burger bar, stalls, live music and a raft race on the River Great Ouse.
The event marked IWM Duxford’s 50th anniversary flying season and 120 years since the invention of the aeroplane by the Wright brothers.