Models of air fields and shops can be seen here and there at the museum, such as this one.
Here is another view of what we left off with yesterday.
This is the Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe, the last British fighter to enter service during the Great War.
A bust of William Barker, a Canadian pilot and ace of that war, is positioned close by.
A display case nearby shows in detail with a demonstration how pilots could fire machine guns through their propellers in combat without damaging their own aircraft. It required creative engineering, but pressing the button and getting the propeller going on this display shows it in action.
And here's another of those models.
The Bristol F2B Fighter was a mainstay for allied air forces during the war. This particular one is one of only three in the world that is still airworthy. We'll pick up with it tomorrow.