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Your pictures: RAF flypast

Photo: Carl Murray

The Red Arrows have flown over central London to mark the 90th anniversary of the Royal Air Force. Here is a selection of readers' pictures. Photo: Carl Murray in Canary Wharf.

Photo: Gordon Lane

The aerobatics team flew in formation with four Typhoon jets along the River Thames, past Canary Wharf and the Tate Modern gallery, to the London Eye. Photo: Gordon Lane, Kent.

Photo: Mark Bradshaw

Mark Bradshaw snapped the planes from the Millennium Bridge as they passed the Tate Modern.

Photo: Alex Kinch

Alex Kinch: "It was a bit of an anti-climax, as it was all over quite quickly. But I got some spectacular looking photos."

Photo: Jon Barnes

The RAF was formed when the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service merged on 1 April, 1918. Photo: Jon Barnes.

Photo: Mary Cox

Jets fly by the London Eye. Photo: Mary Cox.

Photo: Chris Cheesman

Chris Cheesman: "I took it from the roof terrace on top of the Blue Fin building just behind the Tate Modern gallery. Lots of people from our offices dashed up to take some shots."

John Thompson

John Thompson took this picture of the jets above Parliament from Lambeth Bridge. You can send your photos to: yourpics@bbc.co.uk. See right-hand link for terms.



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