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Mancunian airman

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    Lincolnshire
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    Bomber Command aircraft, vehicles and buildings

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  1. Sorry for no recent post, I've been on holiday and then a chest infection . . . . I have started on the railings around the balcony and the roof I shall endeavour to get it finished despite the closure of the GB
  2. The airline made an announcement once we had taken off that Blankets would be available . . . 8 Euro's if you will !!! (TUI flights)
  3. Having been away to Cyprus, I have returned with a chest infection . . . . all those buggers coughing on the plane hasn't helped . . . I have got part of the railings on the roof of the Control sorted . . .
  4. Remember a NissEn hut is the English way of spelling and the other NissAn (Asian) is the car . . .
  5. Not really into the large scale but I did scratched these for the forth coming 32nd Lancaster . . . as well as this Converted from an Austin to a Hillman Some 48th scratch and convert builds AM Albions Albion dropside with tilt Bedford MW Mobile workshop Bedford OX-D 72nd scale converts Austin Ambulances used by the USAAF AEC Tractor units Bedford Oxygen refueller to show a few but there are also repaint jobs of Oxford diecast Bedford OX-D's Bedford MW's Some White metal kits-- MMS and a resin job I scratched these in 48th as well as 32nd plus several small Nissen huts according to scale have been built. Hope you like Ian
  6. I had a friend from NZ also tell me his intention, (Mr. Jackson's), is to do a mini series so perhaps its common knowledge in New Zealand ??
  7. No no a Canberra B6 would be most welcome . . . . (I'm getting ready to start campaigning to Airfix )
  8. Looks to be quite comprehensive, well detailed as well . . .
  9. Just highlights the fact that there are no enough softskin kits out there . . .. of post-war era
  10. Hey Mike You are still cracking on with this and all the good for you. I purchased the Lancaster from Peter. When I start mine, probably in the New year, I will have had the benefit of a number of builds so I already have a list of alterations that I will do. I have already built a number of pieces as support equipment as I intend to display this beast at home in a prominent position. I cant believe its coming up a year since you started this . . . .
  11. Update: Balcony glued together and simply put in place . . .
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