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This is a good 3-view image of the ch701 from the Zenith website.

This is a good image of the from the Zenith website.

Anatomy of the Spitfire Cockpit

How compact the cockpit is. pilots often describe flying a Spitfire is akin to strapping the aircraft to your back.

A place in history: A poster unveiling the Spitfire from around 1939

Second World War- Spitfire - cut out view Description: A poster, produced by the Central Office of Information, which was aimed at the workers who built these planes.

Groundsmen refuel a Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb ZD-Z of No 222 Squadron RAF, from a tractor-towed petrol browser, while amourers replenish it's .303 machine guns - North Weald, Essex, England - World War 2

Groundsmen refuel a Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb ZD-Z of No 222 Squadron RAF, from a tractor-towed petrol bowser, while amourers replenish it's machine guns - North Weald, Essex, England - World War 2

From top to bottom: (1) short Spitfire Mk. V cowling which was the starting point for the Mk. IX. (2) Initial Mk. IX cowling produced by Rolls-Royce through straightforward extension of the Mk. V nose. (3) Early production Mk. IX cowling. (4) Enlarged late production Mk. XVI and Mk. IX cowling.

From top to bottom: (1) short Spitfire Mk. V cowling which was the starting point for the Mk. IX. (2) Initial Mk. IX cowling produced by Rolls-Royce through straightforward extension of the Mk. V nose. (3) Early production Mk. IX cowling. (4) Enlarged late production Mk. XVI and Mk. IX cowling.