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anyone notice the bit of airliner lying around on the 50th special? I will post a pic later.
here is the pic, now, can anyone id the offending article?
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looks like the rear part of a flap rail nacelle
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146 !

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Could be. The 146 one looks flatter on top though.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v476/Toml/IMG_8558.jpg

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Wow!! What a spot!!

Its a L/H wing flap track fairing off an Airbus A319/A320/A321, very likely to be no.3 L/H, which is the second fairing in from the wingtip!!

Hope that helps lol :wink:

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