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  1. Most hotels in Telford maybe fully booked or on the higher cost range. There is plenty to do in Telford or local area. Stratford Upon Avon is only an hour and a bit away by train from Telford and so is Warwick Castle. Retail Therapy can be found in Birmingham City Centre. You may want to look at the Telford City Website as they will have a tourist information for the local regional area. Down load the train/bus timetables if you intend to use public transport. If you intend to drive, be aware that we drive on the wrong side of the road for most American and be very careful when crossing English roads because of this. Also try to visit the RAF Museum at Cosford and Hendon if you can spare the time.
  2. I have received a Programme Update for the show "We’re also really excited to announce that following feedback from the last event, we have an advanced programme for this show incorporating more talks, tours and demonstration than ever before. This includes introductory sessions to modelling from our own TM Modellers, Q&A talks on restoring the Tiger 131 with our Workshops Manager Mike, flying demonstrations (weather permitting) from Chesil Model Flying Club and ground floor access tours to our Vehicle Conservation Centre. For further information and to see the full schedule to date, please visit the museum website." The chance to get on the ground floor of the conservation centre should not be missed. There are a large number of unique vehicles in the centre which have not yet been restored to an exhibition standard
  3. Freightdog Models sells Pegasus Decals on their website. Their German WWI National Markings Vol.I [PEGD7205] in 1/72 scale would seem to fit what you need
  4. Found this. Don't know if it helps http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/road-tests/reviews/a18003/the-le-mans-winning-corvette-c6-r/ Regards Cyberduck
  5. For a Bf-110 the Dragon Bf 110 D-1 has all the parts needed for a C version. All you would need is a copy of the C version instruction sheet (someone could send you a scanned copy as a PDF file), and the appropriate decal. This Dragon kit is usually quite cheap as its not a popular version
  6. Cutting Edge did a sheets CED72005 and CED48005 for all the Israeli F-15A-Ds in 1:72 & 1:48 scale Your best bet would be Ebay or if members have a spare or partically used sheet
  7. If it is any help Paul Davis will be going to the St Ives Model Show organised by the IMPS Brampton on the 27th September 27th 2015 at the Burgess Civic Hall, Westwood Road, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, PE27 6WU with all his decals. This will be the first time he has attended this show for several years.
  8. Trumpeter did a series of Nimitz Class carriers in 1:700 scale, which cover the period from their entry into service to the latest crriers or the appropriate aircraft. They are not cheap but look reasonably ccurrate and have some details for the lower hanger decks visable through the aircraft lifts. I have seen them reduced and Parabellm in Birmingham has them reduced He will be going to the show at Huddersfield on the 15th Februart 2015 but contact him before hand as he will not normally take these to shows or he does mail order
  9. There is one in Parabellum in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. Call him as he does mail order
  10. Paul is taking some time off at the moment, but will be attending Telford in November
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