A recent addition to the European warbird fleet, this is probably the first time a Boomerang has appeared in Europe. Owned by a Dutchman by the c/s "Boomer", it is based at EBAW. It is a compound aircraft consisting of various Boomerang and T-6 parts. The original A46-139 had as its c/n 962.
An amphibious version of the RSV.26 from the 1920s. O-BADE flew in 1927 and was written off in 1933. The location is a canal adjoining Antwerp airport and the building is the Lanteernhof, a farmhouse. The photo is from the collection of Emile Wittmeur, who joined the Belgian air force in the 1920s. He gave the photo to Keith shortly before his death.
Formerly G-HURY and CF-TPM, 'KZ321' - true identity unknown - first flew in Belgium on 4 November 2018. I understand this 1944 Hurricane Mk.IV has a Hurricane IID wing, but with four 20-mm cannon barrels like a IIC.