Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Let's see em! Please use a third party image hoster such as photobucket.com or postimage.org and copy the link to the screenshot here between image tags.
Post Reply
User avatar
John Young
MAIW Developer
MAIW Developer
Posts: 2929
Joined: 12 Jul 2008, 15:15

Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by John Young »

Just a few shots:

Image

Image

Image

Image

John

jgowing
First Lieutenant
First Lieutenant
Posts: 156
Joined: 08 Oct 2008, 12:36
Version: FS9
Location: EGLM

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by jgowing »

Thankyou, that's perfect, John.

I am in a sunny Kent today, in Canterbury, and a Spitfire has not long passed overhead. The sound of a Merlin was never more appropriate, and very moving.

Jon

User avatar
TimC340
Major
Major
Posts: 434
Joined: 07 Mar 2015, 13:18
Version: P3D
Location: Hadleigh, Suffolk

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by TimC340 »

Lovely. Thanks, John!

User avatar
petebramley
MAIW Developer
MAIW Developer
Posts: 1279
Joined: 17 Jun 2007, 16:05
Version: P3D
Location: EGBG

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by petebramley »

Very nice John. I always seem to get dust in my eyes when I see one of the BBMF aircraft. There is something about the sound of a merlin that catches me every time.
Pete B
Retired and busier than ever !!

User avatar
Firebird
MAIW Admin
MAIW Admin
Posts: 10490
Joined: 11 Aug 2006, 21:04
Version: FS9
Location: EGLL

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by Firebird »

It reminds me of one of those things that I always hoped to see but I knew I never would.
A complete series of AI Spits/Seafires. It is one of those things that would be nice but nobody would ever do. A lovely flying museum.
Steve
_______________________________________________________
Image
Quid Si Coelum Ruat
_______________________________________________________

User avatar
John Young
MAIW Developer
MAIW Developer
Posts: 2929
Joined: 12 Jul 2008, 15:15

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by John Young »

Those 4 are from a set of 10 individually numbered Mk1a's of 19 Sqn that I made a while ago. I can only have a formation of 4 in the tool I used to take the screen shots unfortunately.

John

User avatar
bismarck
MAIW Developer
MAIW Developer
Posts: 2281
Joined: 04 Jan 2007, 14:35
Version: FS9
Location: Milan,Italy

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by bismarck »

Firebird wrote:
16 Sep 2020, 08:24
It reminds me of one of those things that I always hoped to see but I knew I never would.
A complete series of AI Spits/Seafires. It is one of those things that would be nice but nobody would ever do. A lovely flying museum.
I did it Steve. :wink: Ten Spits fly over Duxford and many other. There should be some screenshots around the forum.
I love warbirds!
Giorgio
Image

User avatar
Firebird
MAIW Admin
MAIW Admin
Posts: 10490
Joined: 11 Aug 2006, 21:04
Version: FS9
Location: EGLL

Re: Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary

Post by Firebird »

What I meant was every mark of Spitfire/Seafire so 24 different models of Spit from the mk1 to the mk 24, rather than a flying museum of one sqn or a wing. That in its self would be very intersting in a retro way.
I do love the mk 24 which I think is a lovely looking machine.
Steve
_______________________________________________________
Image
Quid Si Coelum Ruat
_______________________________________________________

Post Reply