Can someone help me? About Flying Legends 2004. -1 reply

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Gauntlet

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#1 14 years ago

This is probarly NOT the right place to ask, but I've seen that there is a lot of WW2 interested people here. If any of you visited Duxfords Flying Legends 2004 airshow, I was wondering if someone took picture of the giant formation of warbirds, on late after noon saturday. I was out of film when they flew (sp?) over my head...:( So, if anyone took picture of it, i would have epriciated if someone could send it to me/post it on this thread. :bows: Sorry my english :)




TrUlster

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#2 14 years ago

Here you go:




MG42Maniac

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#3 14 years ago

Sweet!




TrUlster

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#4 14 years ago

And another one




emonkies

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#5 14 years ago

Also ask over at www.netwings.org I know several of the guys there are english and went to Duxford and have already posted shots.

However thier server died Thursday so they are not back online yet.




Josey Wales

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#6 14 years ago

Wow, that must have lagged as hell...

JW




Gauntlet

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#7 14 years ago

THANKS ALOT, TrUlster! :D:D:D

I own u a big one!

THANKS!




mondogenerator

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#8 14 years ago

Anlushac11Also ask over at www.netwings.org I know several of the guys there are english and went to Duxford and have already posted shots.

However thier server died Thursday so they are not back online yet.

There were 5 videos someone posted there as well, some great footage of the Spitfire fly past.