AndyBeau wrote:A great day today!
My only disappointment was the Mustang display. I wanted them tail chasing down the edges of the airfield rather than in front. Can't win them all I guess!
MP 2484 wrote:What a great show yesterday, helped by the gorgeous weather . Only one comment really, being the 70th aniversary of the Battle Of Britain did anyone else think that the amount of Hurricanes seemed a little light?
But apart from that I loved every minute of it, the Seafire take off was a bit heart in the mouth though.
The only downside of the whole day was sitting for an hour in traffic trying to get over the Dartford bridge on the way home.
May post up some pics later once i've sorted through them all.
jimbob1194 wrote:As if I haven't watched enough P 51 action over the past four days, Miss Velma is now displaying over my house.
jesterhud wrote:Was it just me thinking this or were there fewer people there today than usual ??
Havent been for a few years so not able to compare, was wondering if it was due to the football and Grand Prix ?
st24 wrote:T'was most enjoyable day as ever, even if there were'nt the numbers of the last 2 years (IMHO). Just the sight of 6 Spitfires climbing to height in that lovely blue sky, wow, and the opening flypast, s'pose its what legend is all about. Can't help coming over all silly when the balbo roars over too.
vtecsilver wrote:, though shame there were no B24s this year.
jimbob1194 wrote:Another thing that makes DX unique with any show is time. You constantly have something displaying in front of you, and when one item has finished displaying, the next item is straight in. Just thought I would say that, after the 9 years of visiting DX shows.
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