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After making the first channel flight by aeroplane, Louis Bleriot landed at this spot on Sunday 25th July 1909. This memorial was presented to the Aero Club of the United Kingdom by Alexander Buckham.
After making the first channel flight by aeroplane, Louis Bleriot landed at this spot on Sunday 25th July 1909.  This memorial was presented to the Aero Club of the United Kingdom by Alexander Buckham. After making the first channel flight by aeroplane, Louis Bleriot landed at this spot on Sunday 25th July 1909. This memorial was presented to the Aero Club of the United Kingdom by Alexander Buckham.
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