Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Ant, Sep 4, 2004.
Taken at the recent airshow at Duxford.
What a Lovely shot their is nothing like the sound of a Big Round Engine Grumman. How was Duxford today do miss going to it there is nothing like the Englash airshows.
Did Sally B and BBMF Lanc fly together?
a few shots from down under
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Wow, great shots nouseforaname. I assure you I won't be bored with more of them.
Hi Crazymainer. Duxford was very very hot. I'm currently bright scarlett and sore all over One of the hottest days of the year.
Excellent weather for an airshow though. The Sally B and lancaster did fly, though not together.
But the star of the show for me was one of my favourite aircraft
Fantastic pictures! A Sabre landing on a grass strip? Awesome!
So sad to see the airshow season coming to an end. I have one flying breakfast in a few weeks, but that's about it.
Any of you guys do some real flying?
Private pilot - instrument airplane
Commercial license in a few weeks hopefully!
Yes I've got my Multi-Engine, I use to own a Tiger Moth and a L-4
Ant. Nice shot of Golden Apples F-86A did you know that Yeager and Hoover flew this plane.
nouseforaname. Great shot of the Vampy and one of my favorite Spits Grey Nurse.
If you guys haven't been over to Warbird resource Group.org then you should click on the WIX Forum I think you might find it a great place.
Everyone of those shot is GREAT but that first one is AMAZING!!!!
A trick of the angle I'm afraid. It was landing on a concrete strip.
I didn't know that. Thanks. Strangely there was no info on this plane in the airshow programme.
No pilot licence here I'm afraid. My poor eyesight prevents it. :cry:
All good pictures.
Ant, do you mind if I ask you a personal question? Where abouts in Luton do you live? I kinda know my way around the place having grown up there.
I live near to the central station, crescent road. I'm not originally from Luton though. I just moved here through work.
Here are few from easrlier this year.
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