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#5319 2011-04-30 GMT-5 hours    
Did anybody get any images of the Royal Wedding flyovers?

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#5329 2011-04-30 GMT-5 hours    
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If I was there my camera would be on Kate or her sister




u and me both!::thumb_grin}


but i did catch that Lancaster flyby on the news with that blueish Spitfire and the Hurricane.

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight i belive.


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#5330 2011-05-01 GMT-5 hours    
Seeing as the number of flying Lancasters in the world is TWO , and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum would not fly theirs anywhere near that far, uhh...there is NO other choices. Why anyone would even be second-guessing themselves as to where the 3 planes came from, is WAAAAAAY beyond me. (The Hurricane is BBMF's LF363, I dunno which of theirPR XIX that was)

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#5331 2011-05-01 GMT-5 hours    
Point well taken about Kate and sis. The mixed flight of tornadoes and typhoons were interesting also.
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#5348 2011-05-03 GMT-5 hours    
The Tornados were from 41 Sqn and Typhoons 6 Sqn along with the BBMF and later in the day a Seaking SAR from 22 Sqn, also may soon be another Lanc in the air NX611 from East Kirkby !

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