In Reach Of The Skies's posts from July 2021

The local air ambulance put down in a field just up the road this evening. I thought it was the police chopper initially but seems not. Certainly hope all was…

The Medway Queen was launched in 1924 and entered service on Thames estuary routes in May of that year. She was requisitioned for the Royal Navy in 1939 and…

I had the, still not finished, large Lanc out in the garden this evening to put on a few decals and thought I'd take a couple of pictures outside. The grass was…

This is a nice museum on the edge of Coventry airport. Most of the collection is outside and generally spaced out enough to get reasonable pictures. There is…

Podington today is most likely to be associated with Santa Pod Raceway, a major centre for drag racing. However, the drag strip started life as the main runway…

On the way home from a couple of days away gave me the chance to pop in to Duxford - always rude to pass up such an opportunity. There were no special events on…

Time for a slghtly tenuous hobby link! Gaydon was site of an RAF airfield that opened in 1942 and served primarily in an OTU capacity, training aircrew during…

This coming weekend should have been Flying Legends weekend and together with my man Gaz, aka The Aerial War Chariot, the plan was to be at the show together…

Slightly off topic for me but mildly interesting (possibly) is this steel hulled schooner currently on the maintenance slipway in Ramsgate harbour. Now named Te…
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