Dis Way and Dak way Prestwick 23&24th May

Photos of warbirds, classic jets and museum visits
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dconnery1966
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Dis Way and Dak way Prestwick 23&24th May

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Here are some some shots I got of The Daks that are at Prestwick, unfortunately missed the first 3 to arrive oh well c u guys
tomorrow up close and you know the rest :lol:
Image0J8A5636 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Image0J8A5633 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Image0J8A5554 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Image0J8A5591 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Image0J8A5594 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Image0J8A5619 by DOUGLAS CONNERY, on Flickr
Dougie :up:

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Re: Dis Way and Dak way Prestwick 23&24th May

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The 1st airframe, the engines and cowlings look smaller than normal (or is it me)?

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Nice mate they're beauties

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Great photos, well done for actually managing to get something uploaded to Flickr as well at the moment!
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Re: Dis Way and Dak way Prestwick 23&24th May

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rob68 wrote:The 1st airframe, the engines and cowlings look smaller than normal (or is it me)?


Those are Wright R-1820 Cyclone engines rather than Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasps.

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Thanks for comments guys much appreciated :biggrin:

Dougie :up:

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