I'd love to see the VC10 stuff.
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It was the aircraft owned by the Sultan of Oman. Very plush for the day. Would put some houses to shame.
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Formerly known as plastic penguin
The Museum of Flight near Edinburgh
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Ooo you have reminded me of my trip to the air and space museum in Washington DC...
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Except had no time to upload. In the meantime, here's a birthday present for this weekend...
If your into the space side of flight the Kennedy Space Centre can be quite interesting.
Tennyson the Deer at Dunham Massey
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(Enter Benton stage right, barking)
Keep on running Fenton! Good old Fenton/Benton whatever his name was, he didn't pay that much attention to it when his owner tried to stop him!
Jeremy the giant goldfish, Dunham Massey
[/quote]Ahhhh, Flash Gordon's rocket ship!! I've enjoyed seeing these beasts doing their thing over the years, awesome.
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
I was thinking more on these lines
The English Electric Lightning. The planes are crammed together, so it is difficult to get any whole shots. Concord was worth the admission fee on its own.
Add in the Harrier and Spitfire and that is all my favourite planes in one place.
As a complete contrast but still flying, not far from the Museum of Flight is the Butterfly and Insect World
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