HI Fen. thanks for your nice comment and L+F. Best regards cheers scally.
Hello Adrian, I am the media officer for the current owner of this B-25 Mitchell you took photos of in the 1960s. It is now located in Australia under going a slow restoration to static condition. We would like to use your wonderful clear photos to help people understand its past life as a camera ship for the film. Can you let me know if this is ok to reuse your pics? I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you Phil
Many thanks for your very nice comments Bernard, Best regards cheers scally.
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Great pickture ,scotrig.FAV&LIKE.The plane in the middle seems like two drops of whiskey on a AWACS jet, as they take off,every day from the airport Geilenkirchen-Tevern.These are almost 30 years old,but still going strong,with the old original roaring engines!Best wishes Frans.
Dunfermline Parish Church of St Margaret.
Yes i know the story now.....eskimos crashed here back in 1654 and had to leave this here.No runway to take off.Also they were surrounded by indiana turkey buzzards.And shot the queen turkey.So now they were against the law.By November of 1934 they melted all the gold they found and made trade trinkets.No one survived the winter heat storms brought on by el nino.Oh and they were tired of reruns of Flight of the Phoenix.Starring JimmymStewart and Richard Attenburro,Earnest Borgnine and Sammy Davis Jr as the Chef.
I am very glad you Like it Bernard. Best regards to Grasse, France Cheers scally.
http://www.trawlerpictures.net/gallery/image/25441-pathfinder-ah717/has its construction details.