barkin mad wrote:8674planes wrote:What's tat yellow wing in the background on the last picture?
I think it could be one of the wings from the Swedish Fairey Firefly target tugs.
Daz wrote:Superb stuff! The anti-aircraft gun is a 2cm (20mm) FlaK 30.
frank wrote:Hi Brian its not just the subject but the technique - some superb photography there. Bearing in mind this is indoors, the detail and exposure is superb.
AlexC wrote:Very interesting! I didn't know that any of the LRDG Chevrolet's still existed.
Pen Pusher wrote:Not heard of the term 'War On Terrorism'?. Is not the British Armed Forces taking part in that?
The Dudster wrote:Pen Pusher wrote:Not heard of the term 'War On Terrorism'?. Is not the British Armed Forces taking part in that?
Sorry Brian that was not the point i was trying to make. To the average visitor who in their innocence are visiting an aviation museum a crumpled piece of metal would seem out of place. To them visiting in essence an aviation museum the JU52 would hold more relevant to Duxford as a place that's the point i was attempting to make but no one picked up on it,
and yes i have herd of it and probably been closer to it than some, being the best man at my friends wedding to his American wife on 9.11 New York was not the best place to be, that crumpled piece of metal holds more to some than you Imagen. I hope it will be displayed with proper relevance to what it represents.
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