Reference Image SE5a

#1
Taken at the Yorkshire Air Museum :)

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#9
The sign says it's a replica.
That makes it restored..... most restored warbirds have less parts on them than that :)




Never spotted it BTW....but then again, I'm blind :)
 
#11
That makes it restored..... most restored warbirds have less parts on them than that :)




Never spotted it BTW....but then again, I'm blind :)
Thanks. That useful to know as it is now more than a hour away. like amy things on your doorstep you mean to go some day but never get round to it.
 
#13
No, the YAM is sort of on the way to my daughter who lives in York. I have just been looking at cycle routes from the York Grimston Bar park and ride. We have a electric bikes so go off and park then cycles and lunch then back. I live south of the Humber and East of the Trent. I've also never been to the Doncaster air museum (SYAM) which is 40 mins away and go to Doncaster a lot.
 

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