Red arrows

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  1. lou

    lou Active Member
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    Not every day you get to see the Red arrows display team whilst working!:) Had to turn the pump off to admire lol.
    Thought they had scrambled a load of jets to one of sneaky Russian spy planes again, until I looked up in the sky, & saw the blue, white, & red smoke.:rolleyes:
     
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  2. Posh

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    Coz I live very close to duxford air museum they have shows nearly every bank holiday so I'm always seeing red arrows & ww1 or ww2 planes flying over practising. Don't need to go to the show.
     
  3. lou

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    I use to go to duxford air museum with my late grandad, bless him, use to like the war stuff wen i was a kiddi wink:), still do really. They were at Kent county showground, & then Headcorn aerodrome. :thumbsup:
     
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    Duxford is cool posh..and hendon aerodrome
    Used to go to Farnborough every year with my dad..now that was cool
     
  5. Posh

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    I've only ever been once. Living in Sawston I see all the planes going over.
    I went when Concorde was there.
     
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