The Typhoon was designed to be an interceptor for the R.A.F., but it instead proved to be a good low-level performer, both in dogfights and in ground attack duties. Typhoons attacked countless tanks, bridges, convoys, radar stations, airfields, coastal defenses, and other like targets. As in this scene, German trains were also frequent targets for the prowling Typhoons. Although it was not employed on any other front, the Typhoon was without a doubt the British fighter-bomber of the war.
Note: like all Valiant Clan prints, the bottom of the print displays the aircraft name and a description of the action portrayed. (See the P-51B Mustang as an example.) The above scan does not show the text, and is merely meant to give you an idea of the image content.