1. #1
    Hey all,

    I'm pretty new to this community, but it seems you all like to share stuff. So here is a little something from me One album is from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (more pictures coming!). The other album is from Friends and Foes over Niagara, a small airshow put on by Ed Russell featuring a genuine Spit, Hurricane and Me-109. Good times! Enjoy

    http://community.webshots.com/album/409706741XmtShE
    http://community.webshots.com/album/546761042BniuuY

    Kestrel.
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    Hey all,

    I'm pretty new to this community, but it seems you all like to share stuff. So here is a little something from me One album is from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (more pictures coming!). The other album is from Friends and Foes over Niagara, a small airshow put on by Ed Russell featuring a genuine Spit, Hurricane and Me-109. Good times! Enjoy

    http://community.webshots.com/album/409706741XmtShE
    http://community.webshots.com/album/546761042BniuuY

    Kestrel.
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  3. #3
    Nice pics!

    Thank you
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  4. #4
    Thanks
    Good links - the Lancaster
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  5. #5
    Yes very nice pics. And welcome here
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  6. #6
    Ya the Lancaster is amazing to see, and hear fly. I'd love to fly in it, but 1500.00 for a one time bomber crew position is out of my reach However it flys only a half hour from me all summer long so I can just watch it cruise around. -sigh- must win the lottery....

    kestrel
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    wow a real yellow nosed 109E! Nice links!
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  8. #8
    nice pics, but i think one shot shows tiger moths named as harvards....nice shots though. THat 109E from canada is sweet.
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    hehehe Well yes there are tiger mots in the picture, but they are in the WAY of the Harvards I'll be buying a better camera (Digital SLR) so I can take some nicer pictures at this years show. If you are in driving distance, it will be well worth your time to see these planes fly.

    I was standing 20 feet behind the Hurricane and Spitfire when they fired up and taxied out. Prop wash was awesome! Ed's a nice guy, however, believe it or not, he owns these 3 planes but does not hold a pilots license so he needs to hire people to fly these for him! For shame! Anyway thanks all for looking at my humble pictures

    Kestrel.
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  10. #10
    OK, so your telling me if I go to Canada I can see a Lancaster in person? I've done it once (long way from Texas) but my wife wants to go back again. How close is this museum to Niagara?
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