Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Postby Pen Pusher on Mon 14 Aug 2017, 8:34 pm

A very enjoyable day out on Saturday for the Newark Air Museum 1940's weekend. Lots going on with period vehicles, re-enactors, stall holders, visitors in 1940's costume who also did a bit of impromptu formation dancing while Fiona Harrison and Paul Marsden sang songs from the period. The National Fire Service team gave a very informative demonstration of how to put out a fire on an airliner, which is slightly different from how the RAF would do it apparently, using the Ashton fuselage with water and foam but in this case washing up liquid as foam is expensive. The weather was changeable with blue sky and sunshine and cloudy but when the BBMF did their three passes just after 2pm, a rather large dark cloud had planted itself over Winthorpe.

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'Pierre Le Plonker'
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Re: Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Postby NAM Updater on Mon 14 Aug 2017, 9:41 pm

'Captain Tango' rides again - this time with a French alter-ego! :lmao:
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Re: Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Postby AndyXH558 on Tue 15 Aug 2017, 5:30 pm

yes its Agent orange of the resistance !!!!
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Re: Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Postby jag636 on Thu 17 Aug 2017, 7:43 pm

Non its allouette de la clergette mon amions roddny hoh he hoh, though your pictures are a cracking set many thanks brian :clap: and i do remember you keep up the shoots
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Re: Newark Air Musem 1940's Weekend ~ 12Aug17

Postby flashman8 on Fri 18 Aug 2017, 9:57 pm

Looking at picture number 11, you must have been stood just to my left, I was the one who was sitting on the ground in the front of the crowd........ :wink:

Another great day out at the best air museum around............. :clap:
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