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  1. MD 900 Air Ambulance (G-CIOS) flew low over us sounding rough, and then landed a couple of streets away in a school playing field. It's taken off now after about an hour, so presumably not evacuating anyone. Didn't get a pic as it was chucking it down.
  2. Nice work, definitely need good tweezers.... And thanks folks, I now have 'Double your money and take it away' as an ear Worm! Hughie Green was RAF, so there is a vague link I suppose
  3. Am I the only one who thought there was a resemblance to Biffo the Bear? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biffo_the_Bear#/media/File%3ABiffo_and_Buster.jpg
  4. You do realise kilts were discarded in the charge.....
  5. @Ex-FAAWAFU I think you will find the Welsh had a couple of kingdoms in what is now central Scotland, after the Romans left, clearly the General's roots go deep into the dark ages.....
  6. I've never heard of this giant before, although I was aware of the French ones. I'm sure you will rise to the strut challenge with the aid of brass rod and tube with a jig to align them
  7. Ced Hope you feel better, but get it checked, could be ulcers or other nasties! Don
  8. Nice formation! And just to add, plenty Poles went to Scotland, Hieronym Kwiatkovski taught me Higher English back in the sixties. Don
  9. Very nice finish, Frank, that's how I remember them in service. I managed to get my dad to drive us to Lochty to see her 'in captivity' after withdrawal. I'm glad it's been saved. Don
  10. Just seen a bit of pre war Ark Royal flying off action in an old film, 'Neutral Port', with some dodgy model flying later.
  11. An RAF C17 heading for EMA after some pootling, good word that!
  12. Watching this great build, I recall from my 1920s Wonder Book of Aircraft that there are a few pictures of what may be the moth prototype? It's causing me to wonder whether the early Moths were delivered in a dark coloured fuselage with silver wings? I note your disappointment at not putting a loo in the Norseman, you won't be adding a bucket in these ones, but if you are up for a challenge, there is a pic in there of a young lady pilot loading a golf bag and clubs into the plane.... I can't find my copy, I suspect it's been tidied away to the loft, but as it has plenty civil aircra
  13. Very nicely done, must finish mine when I decide wheels up or down. If I recall correctly, building this back in the early 60s the plastic was white. Don
  14. A C17 about an hour ago, now flying circuits round EMA as far as I can work out from ADSB Exchange
  15. Not over the house, but looking at https://tar1090.adsbexchange.com/ just now there is a bit of typhoon activity over Lincs and RAF transports bimblung about. Also a Hunter belting across South Yorkshire, PP-XHH.
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