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A view of the Control tent, and static display
Some fine models, as usual...
Kiwibob and Ian were first up..
KB's Blackhorse Bravo
Ian's Castrol Extra
These 3 leccy Zagis were a crowd pleaser.. ☺☺
From left, Paul, Jordan and David
The pits area
Alan prepares his Heli
Good to see the club encourages helis
Grumm and John prepare their WW1 warbirds
Chas is first up with his fokker D7
Then Grumm with his Nieuport 28
Jordan sets down Martin's Puppetteer (similar to the Sopwith Pup)
A dogfight ensues...
Linda prepares her Acrowot for some aerobatics..
Harry's leccy Mustang
Paul's IC mustang
Grumm prepares his leccy ME262, ducted fan
Chas takes off his ME 109
Grumm takes orf his ME262
The BMFA flight simulator
Mike demonstrates the sim
Some of the planes in the static display marquee, including Robert's Flair Hannibal with Zenoah petrol engine
Robert, Alan and Stephen in the Marquee
John and Chas prepare for their "Routine" with Mystics
Linda is calling the moves..
Ian prepares his Spitfire, aided by Jordan
Linda readies her wot4, while Kiwibob does the same .. Ian still working on the Spit..
Here's the WW2 warbirds.. Paul's Mitsubishi
Our brave pilots.. Paul, Ian, Grumm and Harry
Linda and John prepare their patternships
Some inverted flying
Linda's Dave Smith Excelsior
Mike's Sea Vixen, leccy, ducted fan
Alan's Vampire, leccy ducted fan
Always a crowd pleaser. Kiwibob's Crazy Panda with a .54 4 stroke
David did some amazing aerobatics with his leccy Piper cub..
Is it a "Grasshopper"??
A replica of the first sef propelled vehicle.. Steam, of course.. a Trevithick's steam carriage
Good grief!! a Hillman Imp not rusted away!!
A Messerschmitt that doesn't fly... the Messerschmitt KR200
Ah.. My kinda car.... A Buick with a massive V8
Some trad steam engines..
Martin prepares his twin cessna for flight.. checking both engines same rpm using a tacho..
And we're orf..
Some gentle aerobatics
The pilots and flight crews relax between missions..
Plenty of interest from the public of our display..
Matin's Boeing Stearman
All in all.. a grand weekend..
See you next year...