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Pictured: Crews lift the Spitfire into the hanger.
A full-sized model Spitfire has been built as a memorial to the women and children who constructed over 2,000 of them in secret during World War Two.
The crucial little-known operation involved just a few hundred people who operated in requisitioned car garages, sheds, workshops and factories in the city of Salisbury, Wilts.
They had to sign of Official Secrets Act and worked with such discretion that the Wiltshire city's inhabitants were oblivious to it.
They built the legendary aircraft in piecemeal, with the parts coming together to be assembled in one large factory that is now the local rugby club.