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Max Headroom    5,681

Me approx 1981

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MAS trip from Heathrow to Liverpool.

Trevor

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Micha    7

I guess, it's time for an update ... my last picture here was in 2010.

 

I came around in the last years ... was twice in the U.K. (my third trip follows next April) and I was twice in the U.S. (East Coast in 2014 and West Coast in 2016).

 

And this is me today ... at least not a wreckage ;)
 

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I built a lot of civil and military airplanes over the years but also became a Plane Spotter in 2012.

 

 

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Antoine    1,192

I might have already posted over here, but can't remember when...

Don't have that much pics of my mug, but I think this one will do.

It's only ten years old!

That was in Québec, trying to learn to fly floatplanes.

 

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Vince1159    1,678
On 22/11/2016 at 10:40 AM, Micha said:

 

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Is that SXM you're at...

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Micha    7
2 hours ago, Vince1159 said:

Is that SXM you're at...


I wish :P

it's just a beach at the Baltic Sea in Poland ;)

 

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adey m    2,207

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What are all these damn people doing at 2000 feet......................

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adey m    2,207

You are spot on Trevor.....it is a Canberra complete cockpit on display at the East Kirkby museum in Lincolnshire........ there was hardly anybody about so I had great fun in all the crew seats and crawled into the nose position......can't have been much fun though in full flying gear at 40,000 feet.

 

Adrian

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GordonD    2,491

Actually it was only when I looked at the photo for the second time that I spotted the guy behind you!

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klunker    13
Posted (edited)

 

 

New member, i've been a member before but all my info is lost in the sands of time....

 

Live in the US, love model aircraft and model trains. This is a great forum and I wanted to be a member.

 

Love the British connection since I was born on the old sod. Dad served in Lancasters; 12 Sqdn, 166 Sqdn, 7 Sqdn and then on to India where the record gets thin, perhaps 355 or 159  Sqdns. Mum served in the ATS and was one of the first REME trained women electricians and was tasked with rewiring Sherman tanks for re- use. My grandfather on my mum's side was a Merchant Navy Captain and was torpedoed and lost in Oct of 1942. 

 

Areas of interest include Bomber Command and SOE operations (particularly mid 1940 to mid 1942). Favorite World War 2 aircraft include The Lanc (of course), Whitley, Lysander, Hurricane, P-40 B/C (Flying Tigers),  Halifax,  SBD Dauntless, and F4F Wildcat. 

 

I'm always open to discussion with regard to WW2 history in general and aircraft in particular.

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Rob 1    654
On 12/19/2016 at 8:04 PM, GordonD said:

Actually it was only when I looked at the photo for the second time that I spotted the guy behind you!

 

It was only when I looked at the photo for the second time that I spotted the guy in the Airfix tee-shirt in the middle!

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