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No, that was a 944... Now its a cluster fck....
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Is that the mythical "well set-up" 944?

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Is that the mythical "well set-up" 944?
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That is a poor 944 which woke up one day in drag queen get up and wants to be driven into a wall at speed to improve its looks.



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Mossie? The location of the museum as well, please. Looks like it has a definite British theme.

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Mossie? The location of the museum as well, please. Looks like it has a definite British theme.

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Yep. A Mosquito with one engine ripped open.
Yorkshire Air Museum. Some interesting units there. Strong representation of WW II training, etc. There is (or was) an online 360 degree view of the cockpit of the Halifax bomber in the same hanger. I confess to being a bit surprised when I realized there was no co-pilot on many British heavies.




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