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JMSmith

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  1. as anyone photos of early war Mk35 bomb racks , i have found a photo of the MK51 so that will be ok, also need a drawing or good image of the centre line fuel tank carried by the SB2U
  2. ok uploaded 54 profiles to my Flickr page, might give you guys some inspiration for your modelling
  3. hi guys, doing a profile of this aircraft and i am in need of close up images of the port side, cheers
  4. if i remember correctly, all the photo egg spurts and people in the know decided the photo was real, they thought it was a mock up done for what ever reason, so yes it did exist but was it flyable, who know, the answer is long gone lost in the mist of time
  5. VS814 was with 8 sqn at Khormaksor, she is wearing the unusual colour scheme used only by this squadron to keep crew and equipment cool, there will be a lot more as i do them and post them on my Flickr account,
  6. funny that i just spent ages finding it, how the hell did i post in here, MODERATOR could you move it pretty please
  7. VS814 was with 8 sqn at Khormaksor, she is wearing the unusual colour scheme used only by this squadron to keep crew and equipment cool, there will be a lot more as i do them and post them on my Flickr account,
  8. here you go guys, working on the Hawker Sea Hawk at the moment, not sure if i will be able to start any new profiles due to Essential Tremor. https://www.flickr.com/photos/22448264@N05/albums
  9. don't know if it helps Chris, many many years ago one of the quarries i worked for took delivery of an ex raf fuel bowser, inside the rear compartment was white, the doors as per your photos were the same as the outside
  10. JMSmith

    Short Stirling

    i have the longbridge photos, thank you, just as a point of interest about 1 yr before i retired i was delivering tarmac to the new housing site now built on the old factory site at longbridge, and the concrete ramp for lifting fairey battle up to the higher level is still there
  11. JMSmith

    Short Stirling

    absolutely perfect, there were a couple or so more, two were at Bourn airfield and on squezing through the village
  12. in reply to this, Chris did ask for details from me, it is as the photo shows, natural metal with insignia blue bands on cowling, red/white/insignia blue on fin/rudder, go here to see all versions,
  13. somewhere i have details of this, was sent it when doing my Boston profile, will try and find it
  14. JMSmith

    Short Stirling

    hey guys, a while ago i posted images of the Short Stirling being moved from the factory to Bourn Airfield for re asssembly, now when i want them i can't find them, did anyone download them, i have nearly a million images not sorted, and it will take me forever to find them, one shot in particular is from the side on the transporter, similar to the Austin works photo but more square on.
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