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Tony Davis
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Quick introduction; built a lot of kits as a child, last model I built was a monogram twin mustang. Haven't touched a kit for over forty years! I have been doing some modelling, albeit railways. My wife picked up a Marks and Spencers/ Revell Spit at a car boot and it re-kindled the latent aero-modeller within me. I haven't built the kit as yet, looking for tips on here first. I have also picked up some eduard ww1 kits - amazed at how much the standard of kits has changed!

 

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Tony

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1 hour ago, Corsairfoxfouruncle said:

Hello Tony...:post1: from the windy city of Chicago. 
 

Dennis

Thanks Dennis, it's a bit windy here at the moment, ironically because of Storm Dennis 🙂

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9 hours ago, Faraway said:

Welcome Tony. You’ll get lots of help and info on this site.

 

Jon

Judging by the reviews of the Revell Spitfire I mentioned I'm going to need it:-)

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Welcome Tony.  Know where you are coming from.  Gave up the kits for years & moved in to railways until my wife got me an Airfix starter spit one Christmas.

The natives here are usually friendly - don’t be afraid to ask if you need anything

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On 16/02/2020 at 21:52, bar side said:

Welcome Tony.  Know where you are coming from.  Gave up the kits for years & moved in to railways until my wife got me an Airfix starter spit one Christmas.

The natives here are usually friendly - don’t be afraid to ask if you need anything

I'm trying to think of a way to combine the two hobbies, Narrow Gauge rail served WW1 airfield, maybe? Haven't come across any photographic evidence as yet but...

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Must have been lots of WW2 airfields with temporary branches feeding bomb stores.  I have heard lots of stories of temporary bomb stores across East Anglia but as it was all deemed secret there was very little written or photographed evidence.

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Just now, bar side said:

Must have been lots of WW2 airfields with temporary branches feeding bomb stores.  I have heard lots of stories of temporary bomb stores across East Anglia but as it was all deemed secret there was very little written or photographed evidence.

Which could be a bonus, no photographs gives room for a lot of modellers licence. To be fair though I was thinking of Western Front Narrow Gauge.

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