Sunny Shempston

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alanp
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Whilst the rest of Britain had horrible weather last weekend, North-east Scotland had glorious flying weather. The good old boys at Shempston took the opportunity to drag out their aeroplanes and play. My brother Lindsay took these shots between check-out flights in the Moth. Shempston is located in the middle of a working farm and is unable to accommodate casual visitors.

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Never mind working farm it is straight of the end of R/W23 at Lossie!

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Mister Tee wrote:Never mind working farm it is straight of the end of R/W23 at Lossie!


True enough, there's only just enough room for a wee aeroplane between the Tornado's wheels and the approach lights.

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Lovely shots of the Tiger Moth - really vibrant with the blue skies and colourful backdrops. :up:
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