Set up for a week in St Sampson's Square Yorkshire Air Museum used their Reproduction Hurri to highlight the role played by Yves Mahé, who was serving with 253 Squadron RAF Fighter Command, who saw the city ablaze from a distance. He immediately dived in with his Hurri, with all 8 machine guns blazing and quickly set his sights on a Heinkel He111 bomber, shooting it down in flames into the River Ouse which winds its way through the city. He then targeted a JU88, but this, along with the rest of the attacking force decided it was time to leave and turned away under the cover of the smoke from hundreds of buildings. There were a couple of chaps in kit, one pilot and an erk doing the historical re-creation bit. Made my day.