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Days Gone By: Woodbridge Air Show wows visitors in 1976

PUBLISHED: 07:00 06 March 2018

Enthusiasts watch as a B-17 flies low

Enthusiasts watch as a B-17 flies low

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Air shows have always been a popular attraction across the region in the summertime, but have we pictured you in our gallery from the Woodbridge Air Show in 1976?

The 1976 Woodbridge Air Show attracted a large crowdThe 1976 Woodbridge Air Show attracted a large crowd

The popularity of such events was demonstrated by the huge number of people that turned out for the Woodbridge Air Show in 1976.

Synchronised helicopters put on a displaySynchronised helicopters put on a display

Visitors to this event were able to get a very close up view of the planes and helicopters in order to help them snap the perfect picture.

Some of the younger guests were able to explore the inside of a cockpitSome of the younger guests were able to explore the inside of a cockpit

Attendees were able to relax in the sunshine on what looks to have been a warm summers day and watch the aircraft pass by. Younger visitors were also able to enjoy the thrills of sitting in the cockpits of some of the planes and gaze at the myriad of complex controls that kept them moving.

Helicopters in perfect synchronisationHelicopters in perfect synchronisation

Who knows, maybe some of the youngsters pictured here were inspired to work as pilots or engineers themselves.

The 1976 Woodbridge Air Show attracted guests of all agesThe 1976 Woodbridge Air Show attracted guests of all ages

Do you remember going along to Woodbridge Air Show in 1976, or have we pictured you in our gallery? Email our picture desk.

Visitors queue to see the cockpit of an F-5Visitors queue to see the cockpit of an F-5

A young guest is shown the inside of a cockpit on one of the many aircraft on displayA young guest is shown the inside of a cockpit on one of the many aircraft on display

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