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This limited edition kit contains one Airfix Hawk T.1 kit with two unusual decal options.
Hawk T.Mk.1 XX307, No.208 (R) Squadron, Royal Air Force Valley,
Hawk T.Mk.1 XX184 Spithawk, Royal Air Force Valley, May 2008
This kit was produced for Airfix Club members but we have a limited number for sale.
Airfix ref: A73000
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Carairo Aviation and Other Transportation Photo Gallery
The Yorkshire Air Museum is situated next to Elvington airfield a few miles from the centre of York. It aims to be a living memorial to all the Allied Air Forces personnel who operated from Yorkshire during the Second World War. There are many exhibits including original WWII buildings, uniforms, vehicles and aircraft including a reconstruction of a Halifax bomber. These photographs have been taken at many visits to the museum.
Sunday 6th May 2007 was the date for Breighton's Vintage Piper Fly-in and At Home Day. Grey skies and a cool wind kept vistor numbers down but there was an interesting selection of Pipers together with some aerobatic types. The resident P-51D Mustang "Susy" flew and the Harvard sitting in the hanger without wings promised more thrills for future events. Late afternoon the sun put in an appearance for the end of what had been an enjoyable day - it takes more than poor weather to spoil the atmosphere at Breighton.
Sunday October 1st 2006 was the date of the last air display of the year at Old Warden. The first part of the display was hampered by heavy rain and a thunderstorm with plenty of lightning meaning that some aircraft could not fly. As soon as conditions improved there was plenty of flying and thanks must go to the pilots, commentator and all involved for still managing to put on a superb display.
Sunday 18th September started off sunny with a gentle breeze. Later on heavy showers could be seen in the distance but for the most part the sun shone for the Helicopter Fly-In. An RAF Merlin helicopter did a flypast but I arrived after that but in time to see a Bell 47 and the new Robinson R66. A collection was made for the Yorkshire Air ambulance that raised over £700 for this worthy cause.
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