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Old 30-03-04, 22:46
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Default Anyone for Tiger Moths?


A profusion of Tiger tails in an original WW2 Hangar at Lee-on-Solent.
See the new page for more pictures, including some of the other aircraft types seen there on a cold February day.
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Old 30-03-04, 22:48
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Default Bud did I fly in a Tiger?



No, something a little bigger, faster, and warmer! This is taken from a Harvard as we flew happily around the clouds over the Isle of Wight..
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