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The guestbook is now closed to new entries, due to lack of use. Here are all the comments kindly posted, dating all the way to 1996:

I lived in Willingale from 1955 until I left in 1979, but returned periodically until 2008. My parents are buried in the St Andrews churchyard. I worked on farmland all over the airfield, the perimeter tracks were our farm roads, and I learnt to drive on those tracks in 1971. I used to walk with my Mother (an ex WREN) around the area, and remember finding the old runway lights etc amongst the grass where the old runway (gone before my time) was. Any information or links gratefully received. Thanks.

David, Saturday 16 November 2019 at 0830UTC
North Wales

Nick, great photos,my father was stationed at Swinderby refresher training on Wellington T10 aircraft from late 1950 to early 1951.Its a shame all these wartime building are detroyed to build modern homes on.keep up the good work.

Geoff Milner, Tuesday 31 March 2015 at 0637UTC
horsham west sussex

Hi Nick what superb photos you have there. Many of the airfields you have I have been to photo over the last forty years & am still revisiting the old airfields re photo what I missed back then.

Alan Wood, Sunday 8 December 2013 at 2223UTC
Exhall Warwickshire

Suberb pictures chief, really enjoyed the vulcans. Keep it up!

Russell Challoner, Tuesday 27 September 2011 at 1432UTC

Wow...comments date back to mid-1990's...glad to see site is still up...Mr2 was so much younger when you created the site...hope its still in similar condition and running good :D That is a beauty!

Kyle E Wilson, Tuesday 10 May 2011 at 0430UTC
Norwalk, CT

A simple website with awesome pics and useful information.

Good luck.

Rish, Wednesday 4 August 2010 at 0940UTC

Love the links - great selection! IT, Suppliers.. yes :-)

Jem Fleming, Wednesday 10 February 2010 at 1829UTC
Barking, UK

Nice Website, I own a 1987 MR2 same color scheme as yours.My Girlfriend bought me the car from a neighbor could not get it started I used dash light diagnostic codes like yours.I scavenged a distributor in a u-pull it yard. been running for five years. Thanks for the photos and inspiration. Good tips.

Wayne Burbage, Wednesday 14 October 2009 at 1108UTC
Portland, Oregon USA

Excellant website - just spend over an hour reading it and really enjoyed it you really know you MR2s



Pam, Friday 27 March 2009 at 2253UTC
Staffordshire UK

thank you thoroughly enjoyed trawling htrough all your fabulous piccies especially the older jets-meatbox, cranberry etc
thanks again.

dave marshall, Monday 9 November 2008 at 1523UTC
sunny guernsey

Just been having an interesting debate on the MK1 forum of IMOC for someone who's looking at buying an above average mileage example....just quoted your buyers guide web-link (did me wonders on my 1st MK1) and you done a great job with this material!

Paul, Wednesday 11 June 2008 at 1154UTC

hi nick some 3years ago i refered to your website and often revist its brilliant i used the information in my hand as i crawled in and out of the car going straight to all the suspect areas cars going well and didnt pay too much for her thanks a lot

roger wilkinson, Saturday 19 April 2008 at 0733UTC
chatham south east england

hi there just wanted to have a gander at the pictures, quite awsome, and wanted to say a big hello from 233 Pershore SQN A.T.C

cadet Flt, Sgt Millward, Thursday 13 March 2008 at 1202UTC
evesham england

Seeing Canbera pictures was bringing back memories. We used to fly from UK to Germany on Hi-Lo sorties to check our navigation skills, and photograph targets. I remember going down the Rhine and saw the barges going up and down, also railway and trains. All from the front glass pod, realy felt like the WW2 airmers on the job? Those were the days, all gone now. Although the aircraft are now old, I still think they were fantastic aircraft, wonderful to fly. Thanks for a great web site. I have been nearly every year to Yeovilton airshow, it is realy good. Talking of airfields, I remember being at RAF Tangmere when it was an operational station, long time ago.

Bill Stephenson, Tuesday 1 January 2008 at 2322UTC
South West, England

Great photo's of Wainfleet flats or aircraft. Lived near their when I was a boy but never went too see it, what a waste. But used to see the aircraft come around. Also what I did see was the Lancaster's doing their runs when they were filming the Dambusters in the 1950's. Those were the days, when are they doing it again, so I can get to see it? Thanks for a great web site. [See the links page for link to the Wainfleet website run by ESAG and head for the news section - Nick]

Bill Stephenson, Tuesday 1 January 2008 at 1422UTC
South West, England

I would like to know if anyone has photographs or information of East Kirkby in Lincolnshire, near Conningsby. It was used by the United States heavey aircraft. Our farm was at the aircrafts turning point for the circuit as they came into land. I was fascinated as a boy, but did not know what the aircraft were? What were they? How long were they their? This was 1940's and 1950's. Also Spilsby was on trial for opening, but never opened, too much water. Love to hear of anyone serving at East Kirkby and details of what went on their. Thanks a lot. I love this site. [Please reply via the guestbook - Nick]

Bill Stephenson, Tuesday 1 January 2008 at 1407UTC
South West, England

hi i think your web site is very helpful, i,ve just brought a mk1 88,in red the wife says i spend more time with the car than her. i have just one problem with the car it revs too high even when warm, i have tried lots to sort it out and she's costing about £5 for every 10miles, can some one help. many thanks (i can't part with the car now)

stephen probert, Friday 14 December 2007 at 1025UTC

Your site brings back a great deal of fond memories of the English country side which I enjoyed so very much. I was sationed at RAF Woodbringe with the 81st SPS from 1971 thru 1974. I recieved training at RAF Debden to be one of the first to go through the course of Drug Detection Dog's. My days in the UK were great and in my free time I would drive the back roads in my MGB looking for a little history and that out of the way historic old pub. The 81st had a mission to fullfill as being one of the front line deterents to that then evil USSR but also kept a lot of us away from South East Asia. Thanks for the site...

Paul Konon, Friday 17 August 2007 at 2226UTC
Clovis, California, U.S.A.

I suspected an exhaust leak in my recent 1986 MR2 purchase. After browsing your website, I decided to take a peak under the heat shield. I saw the identical manifold crack you posted! Thanks for the info.

Jim Crescenzo, Saturday 11 August 2007 at 2344UTC
Delaware, USA

Just wanted to let you know that I used your MR2 buyers guide to view a car yesterday afternoon, and I have put a deposit on it. Thanks to your helpful information I was able to check everything a lot more thoroughly than I would have done otherwise, you made it very easy for me to understand the pitfalls of buying an MR2 Mk1.

Instead of worrying about it, Im quite looking forward to picking it up as your info has provided me with piece of mind, (almost!), that the car is Ok.

Rich Wakeman, Tuesday 30 January 2007 at 1111UTC

Hi Nick being a keen aviation buff it's great to see your gallery of photos many shows of which I also attended. Keep up the good work

John Deller, Saturday 20 January 2007 at 0006UTC
Diss Norfolk

i found your site while i was looking to find out where the hunter hawker gate guard from RAF sealand had been moved to. still none the wiser but your mr2 section reminded me of the 1986 celica i had for a while. great collection of aircraft pix, my son will love looking at them over the weekend.

carol york, Monday 15 January 2007 at 2113UTC

It would seem Derek Pennington unfortunatly was wrong as I left (Saddly) the R A F in Sept 1952,I,m certain the date of my wonder flight was july 1950!, as this was the one and only time an Australian lincoln Bomber was on exchange duty with theRAF in the U K, And the date according to LINCOLN AT WAR was as stated July 1950!( incidently this aussie linc was allover natural metal no paint! it was that fast that the only way it could stay in formation with was by FLYING WITH ITS WHEELS DOWN THE WHOLE OF THE TRIP!, PLEASE has any one got or knows how to get a copy of a film of the event?( I realy am desperate ). I look on your wonderful site most days and am Pleased to tell you that I do pass on the info about it to any one who will listen, Many thanks

Eric Brumby, Wednesday 20 December 2006 at 1604UTC
Peterborough u k

Wonderful pictures indeed. I served my time in the RAF with a Jack Challoner, any relation. This would be in the mid-50s. Eric Brumby and I were airbourne in Lincolns on the same day. It was for the Queen's Coronation RAF Review Flypast at Odiham, July 15th, 1953. I came from Hemswell.. Great occasion.

Derek Pennington, Tuesday 12 December 2006 at 0021UTC

Having fiddled with Triumph Sports cars for years, and recently owned an old Spacecruiser which never let me down, I thought I'd look at something sporty from Toyota. I've really got the bug now, and your MR2 buyers guide was good reading. I'm now ready to search out a bargain. Many thanks!

Rob Frith, Thursday 30 November 2006 at 1842UTC
Orpington, Kent

Just found your amazing site,In1950 whilst serving with the R A F at Upwood uk,was airborne in a Lincoln bomber, seems like the whole of the R A F was up there with us on the most exciting day of my life! it was a mass fly past,I was in the top turret and all you could see was dozens of different R A F aircraft. we flew over (possibly Farnborough)a huge airfield at about 1000 ft all I could see below were row upon row of aircraft gleaming in the sun, A truly magical thing to see if you love aircraft as I do, a most unforgetable experiance, with us flew a R A A F silver Lincoln over especialy for this momentous event(first and only time ),...At the grand young age of77 I have forgotten any dates etc I,m sure it was in 1950 anyone out there know anything further?and more importantly are there any photos to be had of this fantastic days event? any help gratefuly recieved.thanks everyone.

Eric Brumby, Wednesday 29 November 2006 at 1414UTC
Peterborough u k

Fantastic pics of the Antonov AN-225 Mryia. Visited my son in Leeds last weekend, saw it fly over and wondered what it was. My son found out through Google and has Emailed the Gen to me. I served in the RAF during WW2 and am interested in all aircraft. I had not even heard of this plane. Congrats on great pictures.

Kind Regards,

Ron Rodgers, Saturday 7 October 2006 at 1525UTC
Milton Keynes

Am certain the An-225 flew quite low over Halifax on Sunday 1st October 2006 at approx. 3.30 p.m.

David Widdop, Thursday 5 October 2006 at 1614UTC
Halifax, West Yorkshire

I have an '89 MR2 that I purchased 2 1/2 years ago from the original owner 4 US$1000. It's still runs great! One thing I wanted to know is how to change the air filter. I found your website by searching the internet and I think I now know where to look (I usually have my mechanic change it but he's since closed his shop). Thanks for the help.

Jon Bily, Saturday 3 June 2006 at 2034UTC
Los Angeles, California

Served my National Service at RAF Bombing Range Wainfleet 1958 1960

Anthony Hackney, Monday 22 May 2006 at 1538UTC
Sleaford Lincs u.k.

really good information on mark 1 mr2, really want to get one for summer, just sold my 1988 supra, so a mk 1 mr2 should be a bit better on the wallet.

James Higginson, Friday 21 April 2006 at 1607UTC
Sleaford Lincs u.k.

nice photos of the car and planes.

richard challoner, Monday 20 February 2006 at 0001UTC
wisconsin rapids,wisconsin usa

Great site mate with some very useful information for us MR2 Mk1 owners.

I'll be keeping an eye out for updates.

Thanks, Jason.

Jason Brooks, Sunday 18 December 2005 at 2229UTC
East Yorkshire

hi, just got my mr2 mk1 today as xmas pres. from husband and love it to pieces, found this website very helpful especially with regards in what to look for when purchasing an mr2.

andrea tysall, Friday 16 December 2005 at 2140UTC

..mr challenor,

what can i say?apart from our taste in mr2,i have had a sherwood toning since '93,have had the usual off putting things,like new water pump,blown head gasket etc etc,BUT, i have a passion for the car i can't describe.i have been told to scrap it,but i won't,good money after bad,the usual advice,but it's more than an a to b transport(..as you well know!),thanks for your tips and advice,my mechanic is impressed with my knowledge,respect!

ian hierons, Sunday 25 September 2005 at 2148UTC

Loved the photo of Miss Demeanour. Great airplane and a great pilot in Jonathan Whaley.

Barry Tempest FRAeS, Monday 8 September 2005 at 2257UTC
Kings Cliffe, Peterborough, UK

This is very nice web. I got lot of informations

going through thsese details.

If you have any details of toyota 7k e engine

plaese send me.

thanking you.

K. K. A. S. Weerainghe, Thursday 8 September 2005 at 1406UTC

tom, Sunday 31 July 2005 at 1210UTC
perth western australia

great site. your buying guide has helped me purchace what i find to be the perfect mr2.after six months of fruitless searching i now own a spotless '85 mr2 in the same green and gold as yours. just wanted to say thanks for putting this superb info on the net. it has been a great help.

tom, Sunday 31 July 2005 at 1210UTC
perth western australia

Great aviation photos! I really the collection you have... and a good overall website too.

Bobby Evans, Sunday 17 July 2005 at 1955UTC
London, UK

waleed abd elkawy, Thursday 14 July 2005 at 1303UTC
cairo -egypt

Thanks very much for your great work with these photos. I'm working in the aircargo industry and would like to be into one aircraft like this.
Best Regards

Angelo Silva, Thursday 7 July 2005 at 1902UTC
Lisbon - Portugal

Served in VAW 124 from 90-93.

AEAN Schwalbe, Sunday 26 June 2005 at 1623UTC

Great site, great photos!!!

Jennifer Tucker, Wednesday 22 June 2005 at 0138UTC

Thanks, I was looking for some pictures to make templates for children at our after school club to use!

Eileen Branney, Tuesday 14 June 2005 at 1014UTC

your a star, i am just about to set off this weekend down south in persuit of a mr2 mk1 and i am sure this info will prove invaluable. don't suppose you know of any going at the moment around manchester area or surrounding.

colin currie, Wednesday 8 June 2005 at 1401UTC

Aloha! Great site. I have a website that has a page about this aircraft.please concider this site for a reciprocal link. Thanks.

Machine man, Wednesday 1 June 2005 at 1046UTC


You hawe a super side with lot of good fotos,are you a pilot??I like your Toyota and all the details I am driving a WAR CAMARO
Take a look of bosnia-express.Are you still in the military??I am out sins 40.years but i am still playing with this geys.Take a
look of gottes-rambo.I will like to hear from you,or other military,civilian people from UK or some other countrys I hope you can
red and unterstanding my English.I hawe your site of my Favorit

Sincerly Helge Meyer

helge.meyer, Tuesday 31 May 2005 at 1219UTC
Darmstadt Germany

How about a Hurrican with FOUR 20 mm cannon?

I have a photo of one I worked on in Aden (now Yemen). I was there 1941-1944 in the RAF as an aircraft engine mechanic, part of my 1940-1946 service.

Robert Woodhouse-Wild, Wednesday 25 May 2005 at 1554UTC
Escondido, CA, USA (30 miles N. of San Diego)

These are some beautiful aviation shots

Leroy, Saturday 7 May 2005 at 0034UTC
Middletown New York USA

My white MR2 is from 1987, I'm the first owner.

The MR2 is still running perfect, no real trouble during all the years.

Great car and a Great idea to maintain this nice and useful website about the MR2!!

rein meijer, Wednesday 4 May 2005 at 1600UTC
Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Excellent site, and awesome photographs, indeed its the bigger aircraft in the world.

I didn´t know about him, until i saw a Discovery channel documental.

That russians rules!.

Carlos Mtz, Wednesday 27 April 2005 at 1937UTC
Mexico DF

Great website Nick, nice to see someone else mad about a cracking little car. For the last 14 years I've owned a 1988 mica blue coupe. When the engine is ticking over its fine but if you lift the revs to about 3000rpm it developes a rattle. Me being a novice who likes to have a go have you any ideas? It seems to come from the top end. The rest of the car is in great condition apart from the lips on the rear arches which i intend to get sorted. Hope you can help, cheers Ian

Ian Gray, Wednesday 27 April 2005 at 1901UTC
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear

Bought an 86 for 100.00 U.S. ran until 04.

Altenator seems to be the trouble spot.

Can't wait to get her on the road.

Ted B, Wednesday 20 April 2005 at 1840UTC

Mr. Challoner:

I happened upon the "Airfield Hunting" section of your web site in the course of some research that I was doing on my father, Lt. Robert Neville of the US 9th Air Force, who flew B-26's out of Greeat Dunmow in 1943 & 44. I am trying to plan a trip to England either this Fall or next Spring, to visit the airfields at which he was stationed. Your airshow photos are quite good. Good show!

Kindest Regards from a Yank,

Robert P. Neville, Monday 18 April 2005 at 1942UTC
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Great site !!!!

Fernand Dhondt, Thursday 24 March 2005 at 1515UTC

The Only web site I found that shows the Instument panel warning lights. Great help Thanks

Nick Sanders, Saturday 19 March 2005 at 0853UTC

Nice site! Could you take a picture of whats under the bonnet?

Matt, Friday 25 February 2005 at 0626UTC
New Zealand

Well done, as a new comer to this marcque your basic servicing tips are very helpful.My car is very 'boomy' at around 4000 rpm, presuably exhaust resonance. Have you experience of this and how to overcome it?

Chris Wilson, Sunday 20 February 2005 at 0956UTC
Mid Suffolk

i have never seen this kind of cargo plane.!!!!!!!!!!!!! its very great...

pls... fly it in the philippines!!!!!!!!!!!!!

alfonso potane, Thursday 03 February 2005 at 1028UTC

Great pictures.

Walter Coffman, Saturday 15 January 2005 at 1410UTC
Brunswick, Maine USA

Great.Wonderful pics.Need some way to set up size comparison on some shots.Enjoyed it all

Jim Ager, Monday 10 January 2005 at 0332UTC

This a great site most informative, have you any idea where I can get hold of a MR2 MK1 users handbook

Stephen Hiscock, Friday 31 December 2004 at 1425UTC

thanks for your excellent advise! after reading your mr2 buying guide i am now the proud owner of a red mk1 t-bar! cheers nick

chris hey, Saturday 13 November 2004 at 1038UTC

Nice site Nick, good info re the old hangars.

John Cooper, Sunday 7 November 2004 at 2205UTC

i am about to investigate the same problem ,mine is blowing from around the manifold but when it gets warm its gone ,could be the crack closes when hot ,will let you know.

DAVE ANDERSON, Saturday 6 November 2004 at 1736UTC

brill. thanks nick fore all the info and time you have spent bilding this sight. it has proved to be very usful. you are a credit to all {hair dressers lol} mr2 mk1 oners everywer.and i think i might just love you for ever. angie

angie gilkes, Friday 5 November 2004 at 2352UTC

back again sorry .................

try minoltas with 80-310 auto telephoto brilliant

use also kodak digital with both 3.2 & 5.1 mpixs
yes good to download.

anything i have just ask

regards andy

eastwood a l, Friday 15 October 2004 at 1507UTC

fabulous site just found you! long and prosper


eastwood a l, Friday 15 October 2004 at 1505UTC

Nice one! I'll definately be using your advice on mk1's, i'm hoping to get one soon!

Chris Hey, Tuesday 12 October 2004 at 2023UTC
Yorkshire, England

Eine sehr schöne Präsentation für ein wunderschönes Auto.

Wolfgang Klein, Thursday 7 October 2004 at 1619UTC

AN 225 the best !!!

Carlos Solfa, Friday 10 September 2004 at 2305UTC

You have profoundly impressed my with your good taste. first an An-225 Cossack...and then a Toyota...the best car ever made bar none.

Doug Vernon, Sunday 15 August 2004 at 0619UTC
San Diego, California


Your website is superb. I came into it attracted by the picture of the Sea Harrier FA2, but I found more interesting images of airplanes.

I'm myself a fanatic of photography and airplanes too, having an EOS 1V HS and an EOS 10D. Now I'm waiting for the delivery of an EOS 1D MkII, that I expect to try during the SBAC Airshow at Farnborough in a couple of weeks.

I share your appreciation of Canon cameras. My first was an AE-1, that my father gave me when I was 16 years old. Soon I found that I needed two bodies and, after working and saving, I gave my AE-1 for two A-1s (one new, the other second hand). Later the older A-1 was replaced by a wonderful T-90, a camera that I'm still in love with. I kept distance from AF at the begining, but when I saw that its technology became mature, I jumped into a couple of EOS 5 bodies.

From the EOS 5 I moved to the EOS 1N and, finaly, to my current combination.

I don't want to bother you more.

Sincere regards

José Higuera, Wednesday 7 July 2004 at 1831UTC
Gothenburg, Sweden

Another fellow AW11 owner!!! You have superb taste in cars mate! I have recently purchased a 1987 MK1 MR-2 as a first car. Nothing better to learn in I say! Check out my website and pictures of my car. Nice site mate, and even nicer ride :)

Michael Larcombe, Sunday 4 July 2004 at 1212UTC
Tasmania, Australia

Great site many thanks. We are looking to buy an mr11 so you information will help. Many thanks

steve, Thursday 24 June 2004 at 1839UTC

Nice Web site. Many thanx as I used your inf to assist me buying a Mk1 MR2 for my wife.

Chris Gratrix, Tuesday 1 June 2004 at 1025UTC
Hertfordshire. England

the jets are the best

garry, Friday 21 May 2004 at 2017UTC

Elaine Donnolly, Friday 14 May 2004 at 1911UTC


Salvo, Sunday 9 May 2004 at 2011UTC

I first saw this great giant at an air show in Oklahoma City in 1989. I took numerous photos of it during that show. I was reminded of this as I now live in Las Vegas, and the AN-225 is presently parked at the Las Vegas airport after delivering a transformer to a local utility company. I never thought that I would see her again. She is quite a magnificent bird.

Bob Faulkner, Saturday 1 May 2004 at 1951UTC
Las Vegas, NV

The photos bring back memories of my stay at Barford (16 OTU) in 1944 and flying in the old Wimpeys.

Bill Williams - Ex.Wop Air. Bomber Command, Thursday 29 April 2004 at 0952UTC
Isle of Anglesey

Nice pictures! Esp. those of the An-225.

Ingo Breuer, Thursday 29 April 2004 at 0351UTC
Carthage, TN, USA

cracker site,info outstanding,just wish that i had come across it b4 i went and learned the hard way,oil in eyes,cursing alot,fallin out with those close to hand!!!a good job all round.thanx

Howard Robinson, Monday 26 April 2004 at 1928UTC
portrush,northern ireland

Looking for technical info on MB-339CD, like digital systems, controls and displays, in-flight refueling system, and other modifications to the A/B models.

Geoffrey McAlwee, Sunday 25 April 2004 at 2349UTC

Some cracking photos, no wonder you've been supplying the media!

Pete Dorward, Sunday 18 April 2004 at 1125UTC
Witney, Oxfordshire

Due to a fire all of my fathers military records were destroyed or so the Gov. says. He enlisted in the army 1943, then went to military base somewhere in maine. From there he wound up in Guam where he was severly wounded. I would like a list of military bases in Maine at that time, maybe even personnel records if anyone has anything. My father earned a number of medals and I need anything i can find to get them to put in his flag case. Im a USN vet and was proud to serve. Great site.

Dave Richardson (razurbak@yahoo.com), Tuesday 13 April 2004 at 1926UTC

I am looking for information about Joy Hyatt and Ernest Kershaw. They were both in the RCAF, I would like to find out when they were in the service and where they served. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sharon & Larry Kershaw

Sharon Kershaw (klksker@aol.com), Wednesday 31 March 2004 at 1308UTC

Your buyers guide is great. I have just rebuilt a early 1986 car which I have realy enjoyed working on. I think you should mention in your guide, how easy these cars are to carry out any restoration work, with a resonable set of tools and some Knowledge and a manual.

Alec Mackenzie, Friday 19 March 2004 at 0952UTC

hi, great fotos and videos on your site.

Fred, Monday 15 March 2004 at 1544UTC

a most excellent website for both photography and information
Thank you very much

PS I have loved aircraft of all types but especially military perhaps because I was born during the blitz on southampton.

roger dunleavy, Sunday 29 February 2004 at 0200UTC

i live nere yeovilton ans must say that you need more picturs of the helicopter like the lynx

matt williams, Thursday 26 February 2004 at 1338UTC

Does anyone have any information about a Valiant which crashed shortly after take-off from RAF Marham on September 11 1959? The crash killed the entire crew including my uncle, Flt-Lt Donald Howard. There was a subsequent Service court of inquiry into the crash but despite requests my family were never informed of the results. My mother and two aunts, Donald's sisters, are now in their late-60s and early-70s and are seeking some sort of closure on the incident. Please contact me if you have any information about the crash or especially the subsequent investigation.

ian lewis (ian@adlewis2002.fsnet.co.uk), Wednesday 25 February 2004 at 1811UTC

Hello, I was in the VS-24 Scouts in 1989-1993. We were on the Teddy Roosevelt at that time.

Bob, Friday 20 February 2004 at 0612UTC

Very nice photos, particularly of the Canberra. I actually found your page looking for info on an electrical problem in my '91 Celica GT. I'd make one comment on the oil change advice. It's generally best to drain the oil while the engine is warm or at least let it idle for 5 minutes before draining. Supposedly that gets any loose debris, sludge, etc. in the sump stirred up and in suspension. I've found that particularly important with the newer synthetic lubricants such as Mobil 1. Again, very nice photos! If you ever come to Las Vegas, try to time it for the biennial airshow at Nellis AFB. The 50th anniversary show several years ago was indescribable.

Jim Rickett, Wednesday 18 February 2004 at 2231UTC
Las Vegas, NV, USA

Great site Nick. I've bookmarked it. Your car looks well. I first fell in love with Mk. 1's in 1985 but being 17 year old at the time I couldn't afford to insure one. Cheapest quote was Ł1300 if I remember rightly. Anyway, got a few quid back off the taxman last year and the wife wanted to buy double glazing with it. Needless to say I couldn't see the point in wasting it so I bought a '89 MR2 with it instead! Great fun and well worth the 19 year wait. Cheer's Nick.

Neil Bennett, Friday 30 January 2004 at 2111UTC


Ik moet op school een werkstuk maken over transport. Hierbij doe ik het over vliegtuigen. Van het grootste vliegtuig ter wereld wil ik een foto in mijn werkstuk maken. Deze heb ik van uw site gehaald.


Groetjes Karin Ormel

Karin Ormel, Friday 30 January 2004 at 2021UTC

Surprising how little they've changed. The curved roof type is still the best for big clear spans.

rollo reid, Thursday 29 January 2004 at 1216UTC

Hi Nick,great pictures. I am particularly interested in Jet Provosts. I was stationed at RAF Leeming 1983-84 on JPH Flt line. If any readers have any further pics of Jet Provosts or details/pics of RAF Leeming, i'd be most interested. Thanks.

Michael Liversidge, Tuesday 27 January 2004 at 2107UTC
Ryton, Tyne and Wear

Thanks ever so much for your comprehensive, encouraging adn well-written MK1 MR2 exhaust manifold replacement article. I couldn't have done it without your guide.

The only thing I would add is that replacement manifolds can be of a slightly different shape - this results in the manifold to exhaust flange being a cm or two one way or the other. This is simply corrected by sliding the exhaust laterally in it rubber housing.

Thanks again!

Tim, Tuesday 20 January 2004 at 1449UTC
Preston, UK

Stationed at Fairford from 1983 to 1986. Would be neat to see how much has changed after all this time.

Stu Gay, Monday 12 January 2004 at 0419UTC
Altus AFB, Ok

the Antonov AN-225 is the most incredible plane I have ever seen. YOur photos of it are just excellent!

C. Lyons, Tuesday 23 December 2003 at 0044UTC

A great WEB page
Thanks Nick !

victor borras, Friday 12 December 2003 at 1751UTC
valencia espańa

I was stationed at Upper Heyford from 1965 thru 1968. I was in the medics and we had to set up our field hospital at Barford St John on Alerts. I never knew what it looked like. Not much was there. I am sure that it contains much WWll history. We stored our equipment in trailors and in one of the few hangers. Thanks for the memories and the great photos of your beautiful country.

George Stiffler, Monday 1 December 2003 at 2120UTC
Akron, Ohio

Excellent website - a lot of very interesting and useful information well done! keep updating it!!

John Coulter, Saturday 22 November 2003 at 0125UTC
Northern Ireland

From Jan 1986 until Jan 1990 I was stationed at RAF Upper Heyford. In 1987 several of us were able to get an aero club started as a branch operation of the RAF Lakenheath club. Because of noise complaints we were force to use Enstone for our weekend flying. It was really great to see your airborne photo's of those two airfields. They brought back many fond memories. Thank you

Arnie Mengel, Friday 21 November 2003 at 0557UTC
North of Seattle, Washington, USA


Sharron Penny, 07 November 2003 at 0840UTC
Pretoria, South Africa

Great site Nick! Doing a little Bomber Command search, and found your PA474 shot via another website link. I'm a member of the Mk1 Club (SE Region...so you have a Hunter then as well??! ;-)

Tony Whitfield, 25 October 2003 at 1641UTC

Interesting site. Being Ex. RAF I recognised many of the Hangers. Although now an aviator, I have only visited Oxford.

Kirk owner G-AVPV PA28 180 Cherokee

Kirk A. Passmore, 21 October 2003 at 2311UTC
Romford, Essex

Mriya is my 6 month old daughter's name. I saw ''Mriya'' on the net which meant...''world's heaviest areoplane''

Sharletta, 19 October 2003 at 2054UTC
Cribbage, NJ

great site

Steve, 23 September 2003 at 1348

You're extremely fortunate in that you can get to photograph so many varied types of aircraft. My particular favourites are the Mighty Hercules and Phantoms. I'm 44 and the only Phantoms I get to see are the plastic variety. Your site is truly wonderful.

Simon Henry, 2 August 2003 at 2135UTC
Christchurch, New Zealand

Great photos,keep up the good work.Whilst being linked to Linton,what ever happened to Mr J Rawes of 4 Linton Meadows,and his lovely daughter Carole.1973-74.can anyone help.Cheers.

colin wood, 30 July 2003 at 1913UTC
easingwold n. yorks

your site is fantastic...
i just purchased my dream car...mr2 mk1... and i love it!... i am going to buy the fensport filter you describe...and later on the magnex exhaust. I am in search of parts for little things at moment... like water coolant cap, mines corroded... and im searching for the original tool kit bag... mine is lost!... many thanks....
all the best...

dave, 22 June 2003 at 2330UTC

I very much like your site. I am restoring an MR2 Mk1 T-bar, which I fount abandaned on a RAF camp. It is in bits at mo but i have welded all the sills bit of body work i should be on my way, hopefully.

Richard Seed, 8 May 2003 at 1832UTC

I watched a vid about this aircraft recently and was amazed at it's haulage capacity and it's dimensions...lovely aircraft

g walker, 1 April 2003 at 0017UTC

Very nice ride. I have a 1985 mr2 and have very much enjoyed the car. I paid $800.00 for the car and put a clutch in the car which cost $600.00 and have the most fun I have ever had in any car I have owned. I am really interested in the new exhaust system and aircleaner system you have installed and intend to check out Stateside options along the same lines.

Brian Watford, 27 March 2003 at 2308UTC
Atlanta, GA, U.S.A

Enjoyed the AN-225 pictures. I was there that day! Great web site.

Rick Pellicciotti, Thursday October 18 2001 at 21:00:16
Memphis, TN USA

Great site, Nick:) Some great pic's!, keep up the good work!... Best wishes,

Mike Reid, Monday October 15 2001 at 17:52:26
Hull ( east yorkshire)

As a finnish nostalgic aviation enthusiast, I maybe couldn´t have otherwise easily study the hangar types. For that I must thank you for the briefing.

Harry Schumacher, Monday October 8 2001 at 07:33:37

Very enjoyable site. Anyone remember HMS Vulture RNAS St.Merryn Cornwall. Was there 1946 to 1948
Seafires and Firefly Squandrons. Pleased to hear from anyone.

Stan Featherstone, Saturday October 6 2001 at 19:20:15
Cottingham East Yorkshire UK

This WEB site is great

Jim Lee, Saturday September 29 2001 at 20:56:41

I´m urgently looking for pictures AND video clips from Waddington 2001. I flew the F 4 display and have hardly any pics of the show. I like every comment on he display in order to improve it. Anybody who has pics video clips or links please write to me via e-mail

see ya
Roschi Fw 72 "W" Hopsten

Bernd Roschmann, Sunday September 16 2001 at 21:20:02

What a wonderful sight you've put together I've had a good time this evening browsing your photos having worked on A/C for many years, I enjoyed it very much. If I get some favourable shots I'll pass them on,all the best now,

Mr.John Leighton Jones, Sunday September 9 2001 at 21:38:31

I have a collection of photographs taken on 22 March 1942 during the Second Battle of Sirte - Malta Convoy MW 10 of JU88s, JU87s SM79s attacking convoy and escort. Request suggestion/interest for their disposal etc

Joe Warrington, Wednesday September 5 2001 at 13:00:54
Ottawa, Canada

What a fantastic website keep it up

Martyn Cartwright, Monday September 3 2001 at 18:13:07

Stationed at RAF Upper Heyford from March 1980 to May 1982. I have some pictures to share.
Your pictures brought back lots of memories.

Richard Rupert, Friday August 17 2001 at 18:03:45

i am 10 years old and i am interested in aeroplanes. I like to go to Manchester airport to look at planes with my grandad.
I think this site is brilliant with lots of great pictures.

daniel gamble, Thursday August 16 2001 at 20:54:41

Mr Challoner,

Thank you for sharing your aerial photos of RAF Barford St John. Many of these fields have long since disappeared. Remebering their actions to end WWII is important. Your photos of older fields helps to honor the part they played and the sacrifices of those RAF personnel who worked and died at these locations.

As an American Air Force member stationed at RAF Barford St John (1976 - 81 and 1996 - 99) it was my honor to do my part, to serve in an allied air force at a distinguished location with so much heritage.

Thanks again for your photos. I'm sure photos of remaining WWII fields will be of interest to several local and national (UK) historical groups.

David L. Whorton, CMSgt USAF, Monday August 13 2001 at 20:49:37
Dayton, Ohio, USA

Nice to see a picture of an aircraft that I carried out third line major servicing on at SHMF RAF.St Athan and also flew in from St.Athan to Yeovilton via a test flight off the west coast of Wales. Also its nice to see its still in one piece unlike ZD992 which fell of the ramp at RNAS Yoevilton.

Tim Whitcombe, Tuesday August 7 2001 at 21:31:02
Newport, S.Wales

your website is the best on the lancaster

andrew kimball, Monday August 6 2001 at 04:51:47

vc10. - lovely big bird to service. ex TASS fitter, 1967/70, Muharraq/Changi Britannia XM496 being restored to RAF Transport Command livery at Kemble - another lovely big bird. This was the last Brit to fly and still has active engines. Contact Britannia Aircraft Preservation Trust for more update. Good site - keep it up.

joe millar, Wednesday August 1 2001 at 19:08:17

superb photos

david watkins, Tuesday July 31 2001 at 20:33:50
warton england

worked on rrs john biscoe for 16 years,started 1958.
a very good site,i hope all goes well.keep up the good work........ern.

ernest louton clifton, Monday July 30 2001 at 20:52:41
caerphilly.south wales

Nick, I had the opportunity to serve with 899 Squadron in 1991 at Yeovilton. I had an exchange posting as Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Warrant Officer and served on 899 as the SMR. It was the best time, one of the greatest trills of my life. I am now a Lieutenant Commander about to retire from the RAN after 31 years. My time on 899 will stay with me for ever.

Larry Russell, Wednesday July 25 2001 at 10:51:48
Melbourne Vic Australia

was stationed at RAF Upper Heyford for two tours. RAF Fairford for one tour. I was at RAF Woodbridge for 2 six week periods. Also went through the RAF Dog School in the summer of 1970 at RAF Debden

Steve, Saturday July 21 2001 at 04:18:10


GRAEME CLARIDGE, Sunday July 15 2001 at 05:56:30

I'm looking at a few MR2, between 1985-1987, and appreciate your observations on what to look for, etc.
Thank You!

Jorge V. Castaneda, Wednesday July 11 2001 at 14:51:40
California, USA

Fantastic collection!I really enjoyed the airshow pics. As you are an aviation fan with an interest in motorsport,I am a motorsport fan who also loves aviation-check out my website! I have been taking shots at our major bi-annual airshow here at Avalon in Melbourne and have wondered whether I should work an aviation page into my site. We were lucky to have the rare participation of the RAF at this year's event-two Tornados from 617 Sq. plus a VC10 tanker and a Nimrod.A fantastic show was put on by them.
Keep up the good work.

Stewart Clark, Tuesday July 10 2001 at 12:16:05

Hallo from Switzerland, you have an nice site, great

Roland Edmondo Reinhard, Thursday July 5 2001 at 21:45:57

I really enjoyed the high-quality pics on your website! One of my hobbies is collecting aircraft wallpaper (mostly military), and it is difficult to find good quality photos in 1024x768 or higher resolution. I don't have many British pictures, and so am glad to have found this site. Keep up the good work, Nick, and know that your art is being appreciated! G

Geoff Banks, Saturday June 30 2001 at 23:32:45
Searcy, Arkansas, USA

I am a Flt/Sgt at the ATC and i think this sight is brilliant. I liked the shot of the B-52 on the final approach. What kind of noise did that make when it flew over your head? I did something like that when a Hercules was coming into land at RAF St Athens. I would be most gratefull if you could E-Mail me. Keep up the good work!

adam stevens, Saturday June 30 2001 at 23:11:52
south wales

I also LOVE the Starfighter f-104, if you know about good spotting sites, please tell me! (the last of the superfighters), great pictures by the way

Jan Christian Abrahamsen, Friday June 29 2001 at 19:58:04
Oslo, Norway

Well done these are very good pictures.

joel kofi adomako, Friday June 29 2001 at 14:25:12

Excellant photos very interested in the films you have used

Tim Gardner, Wednesday June 27 2001 at 18:40:17
Kingsclere, Berks

Gorgeous & Great. You are so lucky to see this big bird. Keep Going.


BOBBY LAWRENCE, Monday June 11 2001 at 08:35:58
Cochin, India

Was stationed at RAF Upper Heyford from 1989 to 1991 and spent the whole time on the flightline. I knew it well. It was good to see all the sheleters and hangars again. Too bad about the storage of cars though. Miss UK and the people a lot and hope to get back someday soon. Cheers!

Todd Sicola, Monday June 11 2001 at 08:20:08
Albuquerque, NM USA

Nice Web site,I am sort of a aircraft fan. And I wanted to add some message(This One) update to this site in 2001.

Petez, Sunday June 10 2001 at 01:31:13
Canada B.C.

This site is great.I don't know much about the air shows but I'm interested in model aircraft.

Petez, Friday June 8 2001 at 02:38:38

I have an identical MR2 to yours, with the exception of its condition - it's good to see another 'sherwood toning'!

Andy Bonnette, Thursday June 7 2001 at 14:16:07
Canterbury, Kent

Great Site....go visit mine!!

Darren Elliott, Saturday May 26 2001 at 06:26:07
Near St Marys, Ontario

Great news.

Oliver lim, Sunday May 13 2001 at 23:37:36

It's incredyble all the photos of the Antonov An-225. I am going to make a web page of planes. can u Help me?

Answer to my mail: jkroos@terra.es

Joseph, Thursday May 10 2001 at 21:22:09

Nice pictures Nick!

Andrew Clark, Thursday May 10 2001 at 14:37:43
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Very good Aircraft photos. You should come over the the air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Check out www.fly-in.org. Have not been yet, my Dad and his wife went a few years ago with 10,000 other people. Most Air Forces of the world were represented there.

Nice Site, Have a good day.

Don White, Tuesday May 8 2001 at 23:18:05
Travelers Rest, South Carolina, USA

Your site is a lifesaver! My step-brother & I have spent the afternoon looking for ideas on how to install a stereo system in a 1985 Toyota MR2, and your site has been a HUGE help! I think my stepbrother (after looking at your page on installing a stereo into an MR2) is going to get it done professionally, but thanks for your info and ideas!

Tracey W, Saturday May 5 2001 at 05:40:25
Christchurch, New Zealand

Cool site!

Richard Baxter, Friday May 4 2001 at 11:16:45
Leigh on Sea, Essex, England

I really like the page but I think you need more photos and more details about the planes

Predescu Alin, Tuesday May 1 2001 at 11:43:48

Excellent site...but do you have any more pictures of Jet Provosts ?.

Andy Ward, Saturday April 28 2001 at 20:31:50
Sleaford, Lincs

good pages

strejea valentin, Tuesday April 24 2001 at 23:11:05

Great website for an old airplane buff. A 30 yr.+ aircraft mechanic, 23 in USAF, now work for Learjet (Bombardier). Was stationed at RAF Upper Heyford '78 to'81. I worked U-2's for 12 yrs.

Carl R. Crabb, Monday April 23 2001 at 09:20:53
Haysville, Kansas,USA

I've always had an interest in ww2 airfields and its good to see some of them on film,and indeed those that survide and altered over the years,ie Waddington.

M Anderson, Sunday April 22 2001 at 13:08:17

Dear nick the shots of the Vc10 are of greay intrest will contact you to purchase

well done

best regards Mike

mike reynolds, Sunday April 22 2001 at 08:14:34

This site rocks man!!!PLEASE make an effort to send me some of the pix.Thanx

Marcus Chen, Friday April 20 2001 at 15:20:34

PHILIP MORGAN, Friday April 20 2001 at 09:03:10

Terrific site! Great to see the pictures from RNAS Yeovilton. I was there with VF-14 during the July '96 show, as well as with VF-142 during the June '94 commemoration of D-Day. Superb hospitality on both occasions.

Bill White, Tuesday April 17 2001 at 16:56:29
Virginia, USA

Those movies of the target practise are really cool. Unfortunately you haven't got any of the Tornado. I'll come back later for the Tornado pictures. Cya!

Niels Hillebrand, Thursday April 5 2001 at 17:10:02
Veldhoven, the Netherlands

i visited the antonov plant and took many pictures, and helped make a video the video is 12min long and is in english and is about 50 years of aircraft production in ukraine if you are interested in the video let me know

RICK sLOBODIAN, Thursday April 5 2001 at 09:06:20
calgary alta


Joseph W. Johnson, Monday April 2 2001 at 06:17:35

Flt.Engineer on Gulfstream 159 Tail # N701G
(Production Number 1)

Gus Semertgis, Saturday March 31 2001 at 01:08:39

If anyone has any information about the Flying Circus it would be much appreciated.:-)

Marcus Roberts, Wednesday March 28 2001 at 14:38:34
Oxford, England

can anyone give me info on where i can get cheap[good] engine parts eg big ends ect, and rear arches

k stoten, Tuesday March 27 2001 at 17:23:16

Totally cool! All I can say.

Harry Schumacher, Tuesday March 27 2001 at 14:18:36

A great WEB page
Thanks Nick !

Rob, Sunday March 25 2001 at 08:00:02

Interesting to read your piece on the oil change. I always loosen the oil filter when the car is cold(much easier to slacken off),slightly retighten, get it running to quarter temperature and drain. NEVER loosen by piercing with a screwdriver. I learned my lesson when I once did this and the filter still wouldn't come off. Result - unable to drive the car anywhere to get parts/help.

Gareth Jones, Friday March 23 2001 at 22:09:15

I really like the photo of XF516

Claire Hellier, Friday March 23 2001 at 16:51:50

Very Good, thanks for sharing the Wainfleet Bombing competition, along with all your other photo's

Andrew Cupitt, Thursday March 22 2001 at 13:19:08

Excellent site with some lovely pics.

Terry Lee, Thursday March 22 2001 at 01:23:00
Solihull, UK

Great pictures of the Bone as you said, hope you had a good trip to wainfleet see you soon.

stephen lefley, Saturday March 17 2001 at 20:32:19

Came across your site searching for RAF Finningley. Former RAF Finningley personell may like to look at my site.

Derek Frost, Saturday March 17 2001 at 15:52:55

Great picture of the stealth.would you know what colour lights this aircraft would display if being viewed from the ground at night? we were watching something last night that was very strange and low over the Berks/Wilts area.

colin woodward, Wednesday March 14 2001 at 16:09:53

Thank you for the good pictures, keep the good work up

A Heartfield, Tuesday March 13 2001 at 20:26:40
Bradford .W Yorks

Enjoy pictures of airlines planes. As the Railroad lovers like to say looks like TWA will soon be a fallen flag. I feel airlines, trains and buses all play a part in getting us around. Keep up the good work. Will soon hope to be able to take pictures of planes here in Louisville. This is a big hub for UPS. At night from about 11 pm until 1 am you can see the lights of the ups planes coming in and the come in right on time or there will be a lot of paper work as to why they were late or early. The ups planes from your part of the world come in doing the day time.

Tom, Tuesday March 13 2001 at 00:57:08
Louisville Ky U.S.A.

Does anybody know any 'non-operational' airfields in the south that have an asphalt runway that could be used for a motorcycle sprint? We have used Bentwaters in the past, but it has just been sold. Alconbury, Wethersfield and Wroughton were options, but cannot accomodate anymore. Any ideas would be much appreciated!!

Scott Hamer, Monday March 12 2001 at 18:47:48

Very interesting and exciting photos. Just great.

Thomas Rockley, Friday March 9 2001 at 17:39:01

this is a great page,but I will like to see a picture of tornado of the kriegmarine with the actual colors,because the information for the modelling is not exactly.truly yours,edelapiedra

enrique de la piedra, Sunday March 4 2001 at 02:46:44

Looking for all available info and pictures of Tristars. Many thanks and good luck.

Danny Cleavely, Thursday March 1 2001 at 21:25:28

great site great photographs and i will call again some lovely memories of the canberras and meteors and at last a 216 sqdn kite. although comets in my time.

bryan, Thursday March 1 2001 at 00:04:57


Andreas Ehrhardt, Sunday February 25 2001 at 17:48:07

very nice car, it,s good 2 see a looked after and cherished one, i am trying to find a nice one 2 buy myself so any advice would be gratefully accepted. many thanks

DAVE, Wednesday February 21 2001 at 23:35:14
north east

Busy building 2 T28 at present.

Eddie De Jager, Tuesday February 20 2001 at 18:19:06
Johannesburg, South Africa

You have a great site.
The MkI-MR2 buyers' guide is very interesting.

Fuji, Tuesday February 20 2001 at 16:52:59

excellent collection, will explore further looking for a photo of a 1943 steereman which features in Australian airshows- any chance?

Duncan McIntosh, Sunday February 18 2001 at 09:51:08
Alness, Scotland

Hi there. Great site with a lot of interresting links. Best Regards Lars

Lars Schmidt, Saturday February 17 2001 at 20:21:27
Aalborg / Denmark


stephen boullon, Thursday February 15 2001 at 09:28:35
Palmerston North N.Z.

I enjoyed your photos that I happened upon while looking at old shots of Shackletons that I had flown in while a member of the Air Training Corps. I came to the States in 1961 and joined the USAF. I always loved taking photos at airshows--I tapered off since my wife threatened divorce!!

Tom McGhee, Tuesday February 6 2001 at 21:51:40

Fabulous photos of the AN-225. Hopefully we shall see this beast flying again soon. Air Foyle have expressed an interest in getting it flying. God where would it be based. STANSTED. LUTON!!!!.

Somehow I reckon it may be based in the Ukraine or USA.

time will tell.

Once again great shots.

Andy Smith, Tuesday February 6 2001 at 02:56:06
Birmingham, England

Hola que tal, me gustaría compartir información con ustedes referente al simulador de vuelo; soy piloto de Mirage F-1 en la Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, pertenesco al escuadrón de combate 2112 y creo podríamos compartir interesantes experiencias obtenidas al volar el poderoso F-1

CPTN. Rolando Penafiel, Tuesday February 6 2001 at 02:23:06

First rate photo.Many thanks.

john wisson, Sunday February 4 2001 at 13:44:32
Isle of Wight

I have a keen interest in disused WW2 airfields in Notts & Lics and came across Stubby by accident on a trip to Mablethorpe. I have not yet had the opportunity to look round the site and at present have no information on the usage of the airfield. I would however appreciate any help that you can offer on this site and any other sites of interest. thankyou

John B Bowskill, Thursday February 1 2001 at 19:13:23

very good website. Will visite it more

dorekens Stefan, Saturday January 27 2001 at 21:02:10

Loved the Kemble Pembroke and the competition!

Andrew Wilson, Saturday January 27 2001 at 12:16:17

Nick, your homepage is very special. Please give also another aircrafts (single engines, twin engines, motorgliders)into. good luck for 2001

Ludwig Schuckert, Thursday January 18 2001 at 09:22:39

Enjoyed your 412 pix. Advise if desire fotos of Italian Army 412

PJ, Saturday January 13 2001 at 12:02:31

i think you car is so cool if you have any info on simple things to get more horse power out of my beast 1984 mr2 thanks if you do c u

Byron morrison, Friday January 12 2001 at 08:41:06
New zealand

Just stumbled over your website, and thought it was so good that I had tell you. You've obviously spent a lot of time and effort on it (something that's often lacking in some websites) Its detailed and thorough and something that a potential buyer of a Mk1 MR2 will find very helpful indeed. I'm looking to buy a second hand MR2, (not a Mk1, but a later, new shape model) Could you please suggest any websites, similair to yours that could be of some help? Thanks.

Ben Bawden, Wednesday January 10 2001 at 18:32:36
Swansea South Wales

Just wanted to see the Antonov An-124 big sister! WoW!!! The Antonov An-124 was here on Boeing Field last week. Very cool...

Luke Brown / The Museum Of Flight, Wednesday January 10 2001 at 00:14:56
Seattle, Washington / USA

very nice pics like the plane very much after seeing at an american airshow john

john hewson, Monday January 8 2001 at 22:56:28

What a smashing site!

Nick, Monday January 8 2001 at 17:55:28

just the site i was looking for, i'm looking to buy a MK1 MR2 and your guidelines will save me a lot of hassle.


Chris Mallon, Wednesday January 3 2001 at 00:41:10

I can still remember when I was a kid, I saw TNI-AU (Indonesian Air Force) jet plane, flying around my village, showing air combat simulation and it looks great.

Didik Sudiarto Saleh, Sunday December 31 2000 at 08:41:52

Nice photos of the Mrynia - really impressive.

Andrew Boswell, Thursday December 21 2000 at 18:07:05
Catalonia Spain

Nice pics!!!

Justin Harford, Thursday December 21 2000 at 03:09:16
Williams Lake B.C. Canada

Looked at your pix of Moreton-in-Marsh (NB THERE IS NO -the- IN THE PLACE NAME) as I was stationed there and wrote the book on the place. An Association of people who served there is currently being formed. Please point other interested parties in my direction!

John F. Hamlin, Wednesday December 20 2000 at 10:48:26

Enjoyed your website! I have been fascinated with the Antonov's ofr a short time only, after having seen one (with 'Antonov Design Bureau' on tail) take off from Kingsford-Smith Airport, Sydney, Australia the middle of this year. Keep up the great photography!

Stephanie Mayne, Monday December 18 2000 at 10:22:36

What´s up nice site.

Jihad Mohammed, Saturday December 16 2000 at 15:52:27

Dear Nik!
I liked your photos.
I can offer some images of airplanes of Domodedovo airline
Yours faithfully.

Boris V. Nikitine, Thursday December 14 2000 at 08:03:39
Moscow, Domodedovo Airlins

Beuatiful photos of the Hunter. I am searching for photos of the Hawker Hunter in the colors of the Koninklijke Luchtmacht (Royal Netherlands Air Force) for a future modeling project. Any suggestions? Thanks and keep up with the excellent photography.

Milton R. Prince, Monday December 11 2000 at 23:05:47
St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles

Great stuff, Nick, and an impresive gallery. Keep up the great work.


Stephen, Saturday December 9 2000 at 21:54:04

Great pics!! whish I had flown them all

Pete Delaney, Saturday December 9 2000 at 13:31:57
New Hampshire, USA

Great site. It's a labour of love I can see. Here's a question for you do you have any plans or photos of a Mosquito Night fighter or info on the markings. Would be grateful if you could.

Don Robson, Wednesday December 6 2000 at 19:23:49
Newcastle upon Tyne

A great amount of info, this helped me in my decision of buying an '85 MR2 from a college.

Jarvis Goodyear, Monday December 4 2000 at 22:43:32
Bedfordshire, UK

have been pleased to see the aircraft i have fly for so many hours on the web thanks and good work

ümit kabakçý, Tuesday November 28 2000 at 15:42:45

Hi Nick,

I was really pleased to see your photographs from RAF Upper Heyford. In the mid 80's I worked there as a Civillian Transportation Supervisor for the 20th Transportation Squadron. I was based there for almost a couple of years, some times I drove around the flightline transporting pilots to and from their fighter jets. There was a very real community spirit working at Heyford, and I must say that on the whole the American Military were quite pleasant to work with.

Andrew Georgiou, Saturday November 25 2000 at 22:58:12

Possibly a distant relative. We are farmers and Custom Harvesters on the praires of Saskatchewan and North Dakota Garf Challoner

Garf Challoner, Saturday November 25 2000 at 17:51:24
Norquay saskatchewan Canada

an excellant site, one i have been lokking for, a civilian counterpart of the military aviation sites, not to many civilian sites around, if you can suggest a few more, please let me know.

I would also appreciate it if you could look through your collection for aircraft photo's damaged in flight, ground or crash, these are for training purposes for aviation fire-fighters, any help or suggestion would be greatly appreciated


willie wilson, Wednesday November 22 2000 at 11:51:15
Glasgow- UK

good site, try this one also. WW2 Airfields in Britain and the connections between the living and the deceased.

Carl James, Thursday November 16 2000 at 00:12:13
United Kingdom

Nice Pic. Was wondering what the tail # is on that one. I am a boomer on the 135 flying out of Mildehall.

Joey Myers, Wednesday November 15 2000 at 20:03:30
RAF Mildenhall, UK


Yuri, Sunday November 12 2000 at 22:06:36
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Served in Linton during WW2 from Jan44-- Oct 45 for the Administration Officer.

Retired Corporal
Esther Mary Might

1 Esther Might, Sunday November 12 2000 at 19:55:47
Peterborough Ontario Canada

I am an 8500 hr Comm/IF/Multi/Instructor operating out of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. If anybody requires any info on flying or training in S.A. or Africa please drop me a line.

Gary Wiblin, Sunday November 12 2000 at 02:06:49
Port Elizabeth, South Africa


RENE, Saturday November 11 2000 at 22:07:18

i enjoyed the elvington airshow and it is the best one i have ever been to in my life.the lancaster is my favourite aeroplane.i wish i could be a pilot when i am older and fly for our country in the raf.

mark holderness, Thursday November 9 2000 at 19:33:21
elvington airfield



John J Flood, Tuesday October 31 2000 at 20:16:45

I think that the Waddington airshow was as good as it has been every year. I have been 5 years running and each year has been different and more interesting with more things to do however every year I seem to miss the parachutists as it is always raining!!! My personal favorite has got to have been the Saab Vigan which unfortunatly i missed this year!

Laura Varney, Sunday October 29 2000 at 17:32:43
RAF scampton

kewl site

alex mcleod, Sunday October 22 2000 at 14:53:25

Magnificent pictures !

Ludo De Saeger, Sunday October 22 2000 at 13:34:28

Great Pix, I have been a VC10 fan, although not an expert, since I was 7 or so, I am now a lot older.

John Money, Tuesday October 17 2000 at 12:23:31

Great site!

I'm looking for information on the paint scheme and marking for FAA Sea Otters flown by the RN during the Korean War. Specifically, I'm interested in aircraft "JM 960" which flew from HMS Theseus in her 1950 Korean tour.

charles jarrells, Monday October 16 2000 at 21:54:33
Ohio, USA


Col R J Powers, USAF (Ret), Monday October 16 2000 at 00:06:51
Shreveport, Louisiana

cool photos my uncle Cpl stuart mcleod was based at marham he is now at RAF Brampton

edward lynch, Saturday October 14 2000 at 18:00:57

GREAT PICTURE OF CONCORDE . I WAS RESEARCHING LINKS TO CONCORDE FOR THE egroupn concorde Appreciation@egroups.com to send to members they will love your site
best regards Tony FARNBOROUGH eglf

TONY, Friday October 13 2000 at 11:54:01



DANNY L. CASPERSEN, Thursday October 12 2000 at 05:40:28

great set of pictures particularly from heathrow keep up the good work will visit agian soon best wishes andrew

a lever, Sunday October 8 2000 at 18:14:32

it is a god website with splendid planes

Ulrik, Wednesday October 4 2000 at 11:18:07

Just saw the brilliant photo of the GR1. I'm writing because shortly i'll be joining the RAF and hopefully becoming a fast-jet pilot. Keep up the good photographs

John Weston, Sunday September 24 2000 at 19:49:37
Colchester, Essex

nice site like the pics, the a 330 is a huge plane i work in on the ramp at the phl airport. i work on the line and i have to help clean them and turn them around.

Jonathan, onelowdraggins10@aol.com
philly, pa.

Thanks, Nick.

Charles McGregor, Saturday September 9 2000 at 19:42:40

I'm a 25year old who since he passed his driving test 6 years ago has always wanted an mr2 mark 1. After owning a 86'1.0 litre nova, a 86'pegeot 309 1.3GL,and at the moment a 94'renault clio 1.9rt diesel I am finally in a financial situation where I can now buy an mr2!! Before visiting your site the only thing I knew about an mr2 was that I always wanted one. Thanks to you I now know more about my dream car including what it really looks like inside. I've decided that I want an 89't-bar because I now know that the engine is better as are the brakes and suspension compared to the pre 88' cars. (it also has a leather interior).I would like to finish by thanking u for designing such an informative site and I'll be looking forward to reading the new sections. naeem

nim, Sunday September 3 2000 at 21:37:10

Cracking display at Elvington,if it is possible please inform of any future displays the Hunter will be performing, Best Regards from One the the Newcastle Jet Provost pilots

John Oswald, Wednesday August 30 2000 at 19:52:02

Although the f-5 is an old plane,it is still attractive.

Teo Kai Kit,James, Wednesday August 30 2000 at 09:51:34
Washington D.C United States Of America

great images

Tom Dickson, Wednesday August 30 2000 at 07:43:05

I am an aviation enthusiast and choppers are dear to my heart expecialy as I am at the moment undergoing selection to get into the South African Air Force where I will under go training to fly choppers. The Puma is one of my most faverite choppers as for many years the were operated by the S.A.A.F and were a fimiliar sight to the public at air shows on news reels evacuating people from ill-fated ships off the South African coast, rescuing climbers stranded in the mountains and often in desaster relief ( fires, floods ect... ), and every South Afican soldier remembers them for taking them in and out of contacts often under heave fire, truly a remarkable machine

Marc Pienaar, Sunday August 27 2000 at 11:03:39
South Africa

Great photos! I am interested in all types of aircraft and you definitely have an aptitude for capturing them on film.

Thanks for the great job, ART

Art Canales/Aerotest International, Thursday August 24 2000 at 18:16:24
Memphis, TN USA

hey nick nice car mine is a 86 they r very sweet cars

nick strunk, Wednesday August 23 2000 at 23:13:53
spencer indiana usa

William Yates, Wednesday August 23 2000 at 17:54:07

My dad has an 85 MK1 MR2 and it is the nicest car I have ever driven. This baby has all the handling and smooth shifting you could dream of! I love it. Maybe I'll buy one for myself! Well, Keep up the good work on your web page.

Tony, Saturday August 19 2000 at 04:18:13
Surrey BC, Canada

I was attached to VF-14 as an AMH/AMS in the late seventies onboard the Kennedy.

LloydA Doss Jr., Monday August 14 2000 at 14:23:28
Frankfort, Ohio

A very nice site, well thought out and well presented.

Michael Green, Monday August 14 2000 at 12:20:26
West Midlands

The 747sp has fascinated me for many years, i find its capabilities and appearance quite amazing ,i would like it greatly if you could give me some information on sites that have photos of the interiors of executive 747sp's as this is my main interest, i viewed some on the official 747sp site but im sure there must be some more . I would be eternally greatfull if you could help me out . yours sincerely
G.A. Emeny

George A. Emeny, Friday August 11 2000 at 10:32:23


How good is the torando F3 for air defence?

Darren Sharrocks, Thursday August 10 2000 at 22:38:52
Manchester, UK

Helecopter day here at SQL on the Fifth of August. We had a rare visit by an Aerospatiale SA341G, N401S "Beautiful!" owner N55AW (also beautiful!)

Art Weinschenk, Wednesday August 9 2000 at 16:32:35
San Carlos, California, USA

very interesting

K L Nevins, Wednesday August 9 2000 at 13:06:42
berwick on tweed

Served in VS-24 1988-1992 AE1, left the Navy in 1993, now work for Lockheed Martin.

Gregg Dorgan, Tuesday August 8 2000 at 19:23:40
Powder Springs, Ga.

working as a firefighter at farnborough aerodrome I managed to take a few pics with my digi cam at F.I.2000. Not as good as any of yours though.
Never mind,at least I got to see some good pics at your web site

pete, Saturday August 5 2000 at 00:38:07
hants uk

Great pictures nick, brings back memories of ww2 days, look forward to your Fs2000 Scenery and Navaids for the British Isles

Matt Slack, Friday August 4 2000 at 23:17:54

Hey, nice site. Keep up the great work. All my best,

Hajnalka Sági, Tuesday July 25 2000 at 19:24:55

I'm a VC10 fan again after seeing the VC10's at the Brookands and Ducford museams on a holiday to England. My father was a stressman in the design team so I grew up hearing about it.

Tim Labett, Tuesday July 25 2000 at 09:14:48
Wellington, New Zealand

fantastic pics - keep up the good work!!!!

charlie, Saturday July 22 2000 at 00:26:19
newcastle upon tyne

I'm interested in aircraft specifications. Actually, we have a client, that would like to know capacities for several Antonov aircrafts. They need info about: - Loading capacities (i.e.: pallets, weight, cubic meters capacity, etc) - Aircraft measures: door measures, max height)

Would you please inform where can I find these info. A chart with these informations ?

Many thanks

Carlos Ferrari

Carlos Ferrari, Wednesday July 19 2000 at 22:27:00
Sao Paulo - Brasil

i use to work on these aircraft while i served with vaw-124 undr cdr.willam wolters. 602 was my best aircraft. before we lost it off bosinia with all hands. may they rest in peace.

marc thompson, Wednesday July 19 2000 at 07:51:40

Hey, Great page, just came back from RAF Waddington where I got a 3 hour ride in a Sentry and a good look around the nimrods, but I am not aload to talk about that, woops hehehe. Keep on adding

Nik Torrens, Monday July 17 2000 at 17:06:22

I'm an F14 enthusiast.
Liked all your pics. very much.

Andy Holmes, Monday July 17 2000 at 15:47:38

just thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

bulent canbay, Monday July 17 2000 at 13:15:25

Top stuff. Quality shots. Very well done to you. Keep it going !!. Thank You.

First Flight Officer Darryl MANN / 777-300er EMIRATES AIRLINES, UAE., Sunday July 16 2000 at 13:17:56
London, United Kingdom.

Being stationed at RAF Lakenheath from 89 to 93.
I really love the pic of the 111-f


Wayne Alter, Friday July 14 2000 at 10:11:41
Abilene,TX Home of the B1-B

Come and join my mailing list!!!

Friedrich Kappes, Thursday July 13 2000 at 16:07:47


Nikolai, Thursday July 13 2000 at 12:30:31

Sir, you have wonderful pictures. If you ever decide to put a book together, please let me know. My address is [not shown here for privacy - Nick]. I would greatly appreciate it if you would. Your pictures are the best I've seen anywhere, ever! You are truely a great photographer! Your pictures are better than those I have seen in publicated books on aircraft. You should really consider a book of you work, if you haven't already. Thank you for sharing these beautiful pictures. Smashing!

Gary Parker, Sunday July 9 2000 at 13:26:41
Wheaton, Il.

Beautiful pictures of the Antonov 225. Have you thought of putting a book of your photos on the book market? I would love to see your intire collection of photos of planes if you have any more.

Gary Parker, Sunday July 9 2000 at 12:40:35 Wheaton, Il.

Nice website. I'm a Jordanian living in Dubai working for Willis (London based insurance brokers - aviation). Constantly hunting the net for Royal Jordanian AF photos. Great Job Nick, I have added your site to my favorites. Regards, Ramez

Ramez Yaghnam, Saturday July 8 2000 at 16:12:34

Is posible send my more information about M-28, thank

Matias Fourt, Wednesday July 5 2000 at 02:03:47
Sud America

Some nice shots! I particularly like the RIAT photos, I'm making plans to attend next year.

Sean Kelly, Tuesday July 4 2000 at 05:07:40

Just wanted to let you know, I am the person who manufactured the intake cover on the F-14 you have shown on the web site. I also manufactured the stencil used in painting the tail. The pic is http://www.netmontage.co.uk/airspeed/pix/yeovilton/vf14-f14a.html anyways, thanks for displaying the aircraft...

Curtis L. Cantrell, Sunday July 2 2000 at 23:07:01

The Concorde is my favorite plane. I know when it's coming into and leaving Kennedy Airport. It's a beautiful sight to behold!!! I have the model of it too. One day I will get to travel on this beauty.

Ms. R.B.Ashenfarb, Monday June 26 2000 at 21:52:20
Brooklyn, New York

Does anyone agree that the Viggen is just the coolest aeroplane in the sky? It looks gorgeous and makes a great noise. I've just got back from Waddington airshow 2000 and I was mightily impressed.

Lyndsey, Sunday June 25 2000 at 20:39:21

John, Monday June 19 2000 at 18:16:26
Miami, FL

Great site! Where abouts in Atcham is the airfield, I`ve been their a couple of times and not seen it [details sent by email - Nick]. If anyone has any ww2 memories they would like to share please visit my site

Angela, Saturday June 17 2000 at 18:22:49

An 225 - NICE!

Jan Vasko, Thursday June 15 2000 at 12:21:13
Slovak Republic

I like your shots of the airfields local to myself. Next time you are over Kemble, would you add our airfield to your site. We fly our model planes from here as well to the SW of the airfield. Steve.

steve marsh, Tuesday June 13 2000 at 12:38:10
Kemble, Glos

Great site ... love the pictures

phil ross, Sunday June 11 2000 at 20:19:22

Nice Site and keep up the nice work.
Great Pictures from the planes

Laurent, Sunday June 11 2000 at 13:39:01
Luxembourg / Europe

i like your page, but the name is not corect... is "Fortele Aeriene Romane"...please corect this little mistakes [done - Nick]

bogdan stratulat, Sunday June 4 2000 at 07:40:55
timisoara, romania, europe

woooooo hoooooooooooooooooooo
this site kicks ass being as Im an Air Cadet(1359 Beeston Squadron),Im glad I found it as I was at Waddington 1999 and it was cool

sarah kelly, Thursday June 1 2000 at 09:58:29

(Todenham is close to Moreton-in-Marsh & is routinely used on low level training flights on account of the tall steeple on the parish church). Interesting Photos.... took me a while to find the site, but well worth it.

Phil Haynes, Saturday May 20 2000 at 02:32:27
Vancouver WA

This is an excellent website. Being from the United States I don't get to see many of these aircraft at local airshows. I too enjoy airshow photography. I read the names of your cameras and I believe that I have the same. Here they are called the EOS Elan IIe. I only have one EOS 50. I also have an EOS Rebel. I was wondering if you could offer any tips on taking airshow pictures. I have they exact same lenses as you and have tried everything. It would be greatly appreciated if you could e-mail me with some tips. Thank you.

Jason Smith, Thursday May 18 2000 at 15:40:59
Buffalo, NY (US)

nice website!!!
from a Starfighter driver.

Cheero, Sunday May 14 2000 at 13:25:47

very good Site.
Wanted: CF-104 Starfighter and CF-18 Hornet pictures from the 439 Tiger-Squadron

Christian Kramer, Saturday May 13 2000 at 14:20:15

Great like the pcs shame about the conning tower at Strubby it was vandalised I fly there

gerry bloor, Saturday May 6 2000 at 16:11:38

you are a great guy....

and de pix are really greats...

You're friend:

ROY FOCKER (piloto corredor aereo)

Helder Perezgomez, Friday May 5 2000 at 03:43:52
Coahuila, Mexico

Good day.
My name the Alexey. I take a great interest in manufacturing of models of planes.For a long time I search the drawings (views and sections) F16 Fighting Falcon. I would be very grateful to you for the information on this theme. Yours faithfully, Alexey.

Alexey Maslennikov, Wednesday May 3 2000 at 07:45:03

An excellent and well put together site. I am an ex RAF Apprentice(Halton) and it brought back a lot of good memories. Many thanks, I'll visit again.

Ivan Sharp, Tuesday May 2 2000 at 22:04:34

Mr. Challoner,

Dude! Awesome website! Especially loved your pictures of the AN-225.

Gregg Wolf, Tuesday May 2 2000 at 21:08:13
Huntington Beach, CA U.S.A.


Ron McGUFFIE, Monday April 17 2000 at 04:28:05
napier n.z.

Nice pictures

Wayne Price, Thursday April 13 2000 at 00:07:14

well done to another challoner

m Challoner, Sunday April 9 2000 at 17:52:36

Carlos Maurício Felício dos Santos Duarte, Saturday April 8 2000 at 22:39:53
Belo Horizonte . Brasil

Like the site. I am an Ex Pommie. Have always liked the Jet era 1947 to 1965 - the best years for radical developments ever in my opinion.

John Phillips, Saturday April 8 2000 at 10:07:24
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Thanx for the beautiful pictures and I hope to find many more of those on the Net, Greetings from Rino

R.C. van Kroonenburg, Sunday April 2 2000 at 19:07:22

Great PR9 pics - I've worked on all the 9s currently flying, back in the '70s on 39 Sqn. Working quite close to Marham I sometimes spend a long lunch hour there. Keep up the good work.

Dave Burkin, Tuesday March 28 2000 at 12:54:15

Thanks for some really great pictures!

Alex hall, Sunday March 26 2000 at 16:16:12

Beautiful site. From an ex UKMAMS Commando. Visit the UKMAMS Old Boys Association Website

Tony Gale, Monday March 20 2000 at 15:15:05
Quebec, Canada

Great site, continues to improve. I have to admit I've nicked some of the layout ideas of yours to design my own site!! hope you don't mind! it's great to see personnal home pages on the web. Let's keep it up eh?

Richard Try, Thursday March 16 2000 at 00:08:36

Just about to check out the site but am thinking of setting up a similar site as I do Aviation photography also.

Chris Allen, Wednesday March 15 2000 at 22:25:24

Long time since I had a look at your site, good to see your keeping the usual high standards Nick.Are you off to RIAT this year? Best regards,Tim

Tim Grattidge, Wednesday March 15 2000 at 17:47:10
Southampton UK

Hi Nick, i like your Page !!! The Pics are interesting and your Quiz is very nice! I have found your page short time ago and i hope, i will be found on your High-Score tble more often in future!! Bernd

Bernd Wagegg, Sunday March 12 2000 at 23:11:17 Ulm, Germany

A very nice site, consistancy through out, fairly fast and well laid out. Is probably the best private site I have ever seen. I look through a lot of sites, and this is really good.

Gilbert Reinhardt, Tuesday March 7 2000 at 12:06:27
South Africa

excellent keep it up

ALAN SHORT, Sunday March 5 2000 at 15:23:37

Loved the pictures

Bob Moorhead, Sunday March 5 2000 at 15:13:14
West London By Heathrow

Very good. Interested for film project. Many thanks

Nigel Douglas, Saturday March 4 2000 at 19:17:00

Fabulous pictures of the Antonovs. Wish we could send some to the flood relief in Mozambique!

Deborah, Thursday March 2 2000 at 21:00:58

An Excellent homepage, well done

Steve Cheeseman, Thursday February 24 2000 at 20:48:01
Reading, UK

cool man!

Ivan Bullen, Monday February 21 2000 at 20:34:57
Dereham Norfolk

Enjoy what I see,I run one of the two mobile stalls supporting the Blenheim.I would find info useful on which airshows have a good number of stalls.It's a long way from home to most shows only to find that stalls are not well catered for.

Ron Hicks, Sunday February 20 2000 at 07:48:49

Like it a lot!

Rich Durrant, Thursday February 10 2000 at 13:38:59

Great site excellent pics especially of Waddington Air show (My pics didn't come out due to 11yr son in charge of camera, will not happen this year!) Don't suppose you have pics of the mighty VULCAN!

Kelvyn Gazard, Friday February 4 2000 at 00:05:24
Waddington, Lincoln

v good. I will be visiting the site on a regular basis. The more Lightnings the better.

Mark Pople, Wednesday January 26 2000 at 21:25:22

Great site and superb pictures. Brings back many happy memories of my Son and I going to some of the great air musiums in England a few years ago.

Jim Corell, Wednesday January 26 2000 at 01:03:48
Southern California (Riverside County) U.S.

Really interesting, was ther at Waddington and some of these photo's are real talking points about what went off and how the show was. some real great memories. Thank you

Miss Wendy Louise Allen), Tuesday January 25 2000 at 23:20:04

Interesting homepage with GREAT pictures. Really nice to see. I'm still busy with mine so don't expect to much of mine....still have to purchase a scanner. Ceep up the good work!!! A fellow enthusiast from Holland

Stuart Weir, Tuesday January 25 2000 at 16:04:53

My interest in aircraft dwindled away years ago but I have to say your site is very easy on the eye ,clear and easy to navigate and quick to download.Well done , thank you. regards BC

Blackcloud, Monday January 24 2000 at 22:38:16
Ledbury, Herefordshire, UK

Arild kvam, Saturday January 22 2000 at 02:28:25
Brattvaag, Norway

What a cool website love the photos I am just plane crazy and i luv all of the pictures

Phillip Clark, Wednesday January 19 2000 at 18:14:25

kev mac, Tuesday January 18 2000 at 21:12:18
raf leeming

Nice pics! I have not found out if the planes will ever be flown again.
it would be a waste not to...

Jay Brenneman, Tuesday January 18 2000 at 06:46:02
Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Very Impresive work we will be ordering some photos very soon.

Neil Godbold, Monday January 17 2000 at 18:07:57

Actually the AN-225 is THE LARGEST aircraft ever to have flown, both in fuselage length and in maximum take-off weight, outdistancing the C5 military cargo plane of the US by close to a quarter million pounds. Great photos!

Terry Madigan, Monday January 17 2000 at 15:25:54
St.Louis, MO

Thanks allot for letting view your pictures. I was interested in B52H, but surely got into everything you had. A lot of hard work here!! Great Site!! Everything worked!!

Dennis Dowd, Monday January 17 2000 at 05:27:32
Santa Rosa, CA USA

Yves Allewaert, Sunday January 16 2000 at 08:33:29

great photos keep up the good work

george karagiorges, Sunday January 9 2000 at 17:31:59

This web sight is great!It brings back lots of fond memories,as i was an aircraft fitter in the S.A.A.F, ON F1CZ'S AND F1AZ'S
Will visit soon.

Brett Caple, Sunday January 9 2000 at 14:57:02
South Africa

Very interesting site was aspecially interested in the flt. sim. thanks for the info

Jack Fowley, Sunday January 9 2000 at 05:45:35

I'm crazy by planes and I love your pictures.
Send me a e-mail.

António Pinto, Saturday January 8 2000 at 21:53:06


TROY ODENWALD, Saturday January 8 2000 at 01:23:39

Very good pictures.
Please go on.

Robin, Saturday January 1 2000 at 22:11:12
Den Helder, Holland

Loved the pictures and layout, I live not too far from Spadeadam and attend as many airshows as possible, you certainly have given me inspiration to design my own website- just for fun.

eric moore, Thursday December 30 1999 at 17:32:39
whitehaven, cumbria

very interesting photographs, specially the ones you have of the An-225, thats a very big aircraft. Congratulations very nice pictures. Best Regards from Medellin, Colombia Esteban A.

Esteban Amaya, Thursday December 30 1999 at 17:17:42

Very Good !
Try to dedicate more room to historical and odds.

Alberto Trevisan, Monday December 27 1999 at 18:23:22

great photos-i am looking for info on 214 squadron ww2 any ideas welcome

t.jones, Monday December 27 1999 at 17:11:01

Big database + NICE shots (You must be quite keen on.) Great for me as a fan !!!

Emil Bojda, Sunday December 26 1999 at 11:38:30

G'day mate; Merry christmas from Australia to all who read this.

Ron Munro, Friday December 24 1999 at 10:38:21
South Australia

brandon andrews, Thursday December 23 1999 at 20:03:12

Nice website, enjoyed you photos!

Dennis Sirjuesingh, Thursday December 23 1999 at 15:11:27
Manhattan, New York, USA

riveting stuff

matty cieslik, Tuesday December 21 1999 at 10:19:47

Nice collection of aircraft photographs, not my subject, as I live so close to Gatwick, aircrafts are a common sight, however nice Military shots

steven webber, Monday December 20 1999 at 21:20:02

Excellent photos of some rare planes! Good work!

Richard L. Miller, Monday December 20 1999 at 06:56:59

Nice pictures!

Arild Kvam, Saturday December 18 1999 at 02:42:39

Thank´s for all the wondeful pics and photos...

Chris Johansson, Thursday December 16 1999 at 09:52:42

This is a great site. The photos are terrific. Keep up the good work.

Harold Lovely, Tuesday December 14 1999 at 14:29:25

Excellent site, more F-4 pics please!!!!!!!!

Dazza, Sunday December 12 1999 at 20:15:54
Loughborough, Leics.

Some nice shots, which bring back a few memories.

Croydon Mick, Saturday December 11 1999 at 19:38:26
Caterham on the Hill south of Croydon

A pretty good page.But the quiz is too easy!!!!I'm interested in photo excanging with people all around the world.contact me!!! :-)

Jacopo Bassanello, Saturday December 11 1999 at 14:02:52
Bolzano, Italy

Very good quality in the pictures, good subjects.

Byron R. Leal Garza, Friday December 10 1999 at 19:57:39


Martin Shaw, Friday December 10 1999 at 14:39:07

Great site, been to airshows in the past, kind of lost track with hobbie. Thanks for reminding me.

Hans Heylen, Thursday December 9 1999 at 09:53:29
Belgium, Ravels

Great photo quiz!!!!! Decembers one I got right away because I know the Airline quite well
Keep up the good work.

Tim Ainsworth, Tuesday December 7 1999 at 21:45:42

Nice pictures! Try wokka.freeserve.co for more CH47 pictures

Foo, Tuesday November 30 1999 at 20:52:45
Hook, Hants

I thought that the pictures of the aircraft were excellent. Do you have any postcards, posters etc of these you could please send me? If so I would be most greatful

Georgina Harding-Edgar, Monday November 29 1999 at 20:20:48

I've just discovered "quizzes" all over the net. Be sure I'll be back!

Jan Tuma, Sunday November 28 1999 at 20:45:53
Löddeköpinge, Sweden

Great photos. Excellent website! But no TSR2??

Ted Spencer, Sunday November 28 1999 at 15:13:17

Your photos are fantastic. especialy M.E.A AIRCRAFTS. IS IT possible to send for me all of them.

said samaha, Sunday November 28 1999 at 15:04:04

I stumbled across your site while looking for an image of a Mosquito. So far no luck (who would have thought it would be that hard to find such a photo) but I really enjoyed your site. Good work.

Edmonton was formerly a very large air base, (it had a 15,000 ft runway, which was an alternate landing site for the space shuttle!) But a few years it was closed and then handed over to the army. The first thing the dummies did was start driving tanks up and down the runway, so it has been de-commisioned, probably for good.

In any event, you have a good site, and I can see you put a lot of work into it. I enjoyed myself.


Lloyd Mildon, Sunday November 28 1999 at 11:00:49
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Mehdi Nazarinia, Sunday November 28 1999 at 06:10:30

I absolutely love planes, especially 747's. Keep up the sweet work.

Lisa, Saturday November 27 1999 at 12:13:48

Enjoyed ALL the photos, especially those of AIR JAMAICA!
Thanks for the memories.

Frank McDermott, Saturday November 27 1999 at 07:07:43
Bronx, New York

Good pics of Little Rissington. I was a security officer there 95-97 when the MOD were selling it. Sharon Trudrung get in touch, I have photos, video, memorobilia and many fond memories of the place.

Shaun Farnworth, Wednesday November 24 1999 at 22:10:40

Nice photo's

SSG Mark Brophy Tuesday November 23, 1999 at 17:48:55
New Hampshire

In researching the Vickers VC10 & Comet, I chanced across your site and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks very much for your efforts.

I'd be interested to know more about the Comet XS235 ie was it retired or might it still be flying ?

Again - thanks.


Steve Smith, Tuesday November 23 1999 at 13:37:28
Sydney, Australia

Great site!!!
Wondering if you or anyone out there has info on RAF Burtonwood. Was stationed there with the 1965th A.A.C.S., 1957-59

Bob, Monday November 22 1999 at 13:18:48
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania

i used to live at caythorpe lincs and was on the flight path for waddington and cranwell dam good photos

john pacey, Saturday November 20 1999 at 19:08:59
luton england

great website, nick !

i like the pictures of the tupolev bear.

if you have more pictures, send them to my emailadress please. thank you.

from an russian military aircraftfreak

nico salaets, Wednesday November 17 1999 at 18:34:16

this is a good website as I am intested in planes

marc wood, Wednesday November 17 1999 at 10:29:54

Lee Arnouts, Tuesday November 16 1999 at 10:09:49
Queensland, Australia

Thanks for an interesting set of pictures of control towers. Regarding the glasshouse on top of the one at Strubby which you felt probably dated from the fifties: you may be right but I can tell you that it definitely was not there on 28th September 1956 which is when I finally escaped from the building having spent 20-odd months of my National Service youth within it! Good wishes.

Chris Myers, Wednesday November 10 1999 at 20:55:38

Having worked as a designer in the industry. It's sad to see British aircraft achievements dimishing so rapidly.

A fabulous web site

Derek Howard, Wednesday November 10 1999 at 12:39:20
Cork, Ireland

A perfect photo for a perfect air fighter su 27

Haytham Tabesh, Tuesday November 9 1999 at 12:51:57


JON HARDING, Monday November 8 1999 at 22:58:23

I used to be stationed at RAF Little Rissington from 1988-1990 and I was born in Great Yarmouth, I have been looking for any information on RAF Little Rissington. I was wondering if the base is now closed. I was in the United States Air Force.

Sharon Trudrung, Monday November 8 1999 at 20:42:36

Quite impressive picture of the A330 landing. Good job !!

PATRY Laurent, Saturday November 6 1999 at 22:17:46

Andrew Norris, Saturday November 6 1999 at 20:13:29
The Hawker Hurricane Society

i live near the base i look forward to air fete 2000

A.Woollard, Friday November 5 1999 at 20:34:25


DARREN MARKS, Thursday November 4 1999 at 22:18:15

Coole site!

Erik, Thursday November 4 1999 at 13:59:56


mark hughes, Tuesday November 2 1999 at 21:39:57

Very useful info on hangars in particularly the lamella which I am currently looking

david grove, Monday November 1 1999 at 21:41:57
N Wales

well enjoyed surfpast...any chance of having more phots of harriers gr7 or fa2's ??

Michael Pinkerton, Sunday October 31 1999 at 19:58:49

Nice page you have. Look also to: WWW.avianet.nl, the first electronic aviationmagazine.

Pieter van Wijngaarden, Sunday October 31 1999 at 17:58:35

Absolutely excellent. Question: does the Shuttleworth Trust still exist? Some top-quality (as yours are)photos of WW1 aircraft in flight would be superb.

Vic Sweeting, Sunday October 31 1999 at 16:47:43

Excellent website. Do you have any more pictures of Canberra's from 39sqn (I am a pilot on the Sqn !). Many thanks

Steve Richings, Sunday October 31 1999 at 00:05:03

this is a great site and erm, keep up the good work

steven smith, Friday October 29 1999 at 22:48:37 Liverpool

This site realy cool!! The pics are awesome!

Tim Kulhanek, Friday October 29 1999 at 21:13:56
Lincoln Park, Mi.

Dear Sir,
Congratulations, very fine work.
Thank you and best wishes.

Popović Boris

Popović Boris, Friday October 29 1999 at 11:36:24
Faculty of transport and traffic engineering, Zagreb, Croatia


PAUL WINBERG, Thursday October 28 1999 at 12:25:03


RICHARD BELL, Tuesday October 26 1999 at 19:51:50

Does anyone have any information on a Vickers Valiant which crashed shortly after takeoff from RAF Marham on 11th September 1959. All crew members were killed including Chief Technician Robert Vernon Sewell.

Brian Parker, Tuesday October 26 1999 at 16:44:31
Newcastle upon Tyne, England.

Great photos, I am a F4 phanatic (as you can see from my email address) do you have any good pics of F4's?

Alan Ward, Tuesday October 26 1999 at 12:44:15
Melbourne, Australia

i checked here because i needed info on the boeing 707 for one of my flight classes and sat here for hours just looking at all the pictures and articles...you did an excellent job on these pages!!! keep up the good work!!! Mike

Michael J. Hushek, Friday October 22 1999 at 19:35:58

Great site. Have Canberra pics. If interested, e-mail me.

Dave Burkin, Friday October 22 1999 at 16:17:19

Love old planes with props, hope to get to UK to go to the Airshows & Museums.

John Gray, Friday October 22 1999 at 11:17:56
Melbourne Australia

website is very interesting and informative and I would recomend the website to anyone who asks about it.

Stuart Obree, Thursday October 21 1999 at 17:08:10

13 squadron Tonado

Great site. I've been an aircraft nut for years. This is my kind of viewing.

Mike Parker, Wednesday October 20 1999 at 09:54:26

I have enjoyed the pictures!!! Please visit my Website.

Boris Frank, Monday October 18 1999 at 17:51:49

I am currently in the process of getting my private pilot certificate. I am doing a report for my aviation class and came by your website. Very beautiful pictures. Thanks!

Nick, Saturday October 16 1999 at 18:42:39

I have thoroughly enjoyed the pictures ... well presented site! ICQ: 21813355

(Ms) Azadeh Jahani, Monday October 11 1999 at 22:20:20

pictures look good

oliver christie, Sunday October 10 1999 at 20:15:50

Beautiful, especially the Antonov 225

Alexander Leeuw, Sunday October 10 1999 at 17:27:51

Fanatastic Web Site, Keep up the good work !

James Shelbourn, Saturday October 9 1999 at 12:51:56

Great photo of 81, it was a TR-1 back when I maintained it at RAF Alconbury. Cheers: John

John Kratochvil, Saturday October 9 1999 at 06:51:12
Braxton MS USA

brill photo's, reminds me of when I used to fly

ian averill, Saturday October 9 1999 at 02:19:13

I send a comment earlier, but I forgot to write up the Website. I don`t remember the adress exately, but if you will see, search on the words that I have written. It`s a great one about airshows on Jarlsberg airport m.m. where among others Mark Hanna came with his Spitfire. And even though in size it`s not the biggest airshow he has been to, he said it`s was the best, because of the respond, the very nice Norwegian people, the respect we have for these warbirds, and olso he met a lot of veterans that flew Spitfire and Mustangs during World War II. Hege

Hege Herholdt, Friday October 8 1999 at 16:24:55
Tonsberg, Norway

Mark Hanna was a friend of me and my boyfriend, he flew at an airshow we had on Jarlsberg airport here in Norway, my boyfriend was leader of the show.I was just sitting here trying to find as much as I could about the company he had. Just curious. We think it`s so sad what happened to Mark. Two year`s ago I was so lucky to be a passenger in a P51 Mustang, and together with Mark and his Spitfire we flew a "dogfight" over an airport here in Norway. I will never forget that. I am a skydiver myself, and love it, but this flight topped it without doubts! Hege

Hege Herholdt, Friday October 8 1999 at 16:07:55
Tonsberg, Norway

bad to the b-one

fred bear, Wednesday October 6 1999 at 17:45:11

Excellent site - all round Nick. keep up the good work!

Jerry Flint, Tuesday October 5 1999 at 14:57:53

Too many pictures of OLD VC10's!

Jerry Flint, Tuesday October 5 1999 at 14:55:36

Good site - that needs updating.

Jerry Flint, Tuesday October 5 1999 at 14:52:12

This site is so cool you should put more planes in your site then it would be even beter

Matt Katich, Tuesday October 5 1999 at 01:46:57

Awesome WWII warbird shots. I'm a Spitfire nut, and your picture made me smile! :)

The picture of the Lancaster is beautiful too.

Keep on snapping!

Vivek R. D. SunderRaj, Monday October 4 1999 at 15:42:37

Great photos of the An-225!! It's about time someone conjured up a collection of those. Beautiful. My favorite plane by far! What a BEAST. Thanks Nick!!!

Cliff Kasie, Sunday October 3 1999 at 13:36:12
Duluth, Mn, USA

My Father was one of the first 10 people in the world certified to fly the gulfstream V. He loved that plane. I miss you dad. George Franklin Rouse

Matthew J Rouse, Saturday October 2 1999 at 05:07:34

Rune Leirset, October 1 1999 at 11:16:13

I have never travelled by Air Jamaica before, however i will bee trying my best to book a reasonable flight in the year 2000.

This plane looked beautiful from Montego bay when i was there in August 1999.

Ms Veronica Johnson, Wednesday September 29 1999 at 21:16:48

good photo's

mike kidley, Tuesday September 28 1999 at 23:20:27
saxon close wallingford

Great photos!

Jo Ann Fawcett , Monday September 27 1999 at 06:34:38
Ione, CA, USA

Christiana Dikun, Monday September 27 1999 at 00:18:02
Daytona Beach, FL

me alegro mucho de conocerte Nick. I am a co-owner of a PA-28-181 archer II. This is based in Sabadell's Airport. Yerterday was a bad day. Mark Hanna se estrelló con su Me-109 en nuestro aeropuerto y esta muy grave. I hope, when you have your PPL, see you in sabadell. Good bye.

rosendo serrat, Sunday September 26 1999 at 18:00:30
sabadell - barcelona - espańa

A good website. More needed about W9464 'WS-J' "Johnnie Walker"..Check out the Lanc at East Kirkby. During the summer I went to see her start up a couple of times...Fantastic.. well worth the admission fee. Nightime start ups begin soon.. give it a go

Tim Elmore, Saturday September 25 1999 at 22:54:12

Looking for pictures of tactical air traffic control towers (army) for slides....

SFC Lisa G. Tilyou, Friday, September 24, 1999 at 15:24:23
Jacksonville FL

Great find. Love Tornado aircraft, especially Treble One Squadron.

Brian Austen, Friday September 24 1999 at 00:08:04


DANIEL LECUYER, Thursday September 23 1999 at 09:44:49

Pics are great...

Marc Krajewski, Wednesday September 22 1999 at 18:55:33
Durham, UK

Some pilots from the no. 5 squadron at RAF Coningsby hust visited my hometown in Denmark, so I just wanted to see if I could find any information on it. Great pictures, do you have anymore?

Dorte Ravn Pedersen, Monday September 20 1999 at 10:29:50

This website is realy cool. I mostly enjoyed all the pics.

Reyhan, Monday September 20 1999 at 07:08:22

send me more pics of the USAF Thunderbirds

C/BJ Jedlicka, Sunday September 19 1999 at 20:14:08

i luv the RAH-66 Commanche

Sloan, Friday September 17 1999 at 22:48:10

Hi nice site I live at Coningsby; just moved there and I have never ever even been onto the camp yet so it was nice to see it even if it was on a monitor! Bye mate; like the site a lot.

Gemma, Friday September 17 1999 at 08:30:23
London but I live at Coningsby

Canberra Association member. 3 Squadron Geilers and Laarbruch. T.P Shorts Belfast so I have flown all the PR9's in Service at some time.

David Mackenzie, Tuesday September 14 1999 at 20:04:11

I'd been where as a reserve crew. You'd done you job perfect. If it possible I'd like see more photo about it. My best regards.

captaine Kotliar, Sunday September 12 1999 at 04:23:48

I am a very committed supporter of the Heathrow terminal Five project are you. If you want further information on this very important project please e-mail me.

ted shepherd, Saturday September 11 1999 at 23:18:54
windsor UK

I think it's brilliant and I find it very intresting please send me some pic's

mustafa, Saturday September 11 1999 at 16:36:28

Very nice and certainly enjoyed the pictures. I am retired AF and spent most of my time in England. Went thru Mildenhall many times as I traveled back and forth to the states. Keep up the good work.

David J. Meade, Friday September 10 1999 at 00:37:24
Varney WV

Enjoyed this

Monique Lacroix, Thursday September 9 1999 at 22:14:12
Brampton ON

Interesting. Thankyou.I am trying to find info on Holmsley South Aerodrome in the New Forest.

V Luker, Thursday September 9 1999 at 16:27:47

I was looking for information on the Mosquito, and found your page,I enjoyed it very much. I have some photos of Halifaxes dropping jeeps and guns on my page that may interest you. I visited the Halifax restoration at Trenton in Ontario this year and was very impressed.

John W Donaldson, Wednesday September 8 1999 at 03:07:14
A Parachutist Remembers 1944 to 1948 (http://www.users.uswest.net/~donaldsn/index.html)

I love all of the pix of the AN--225. I was working at Bradley International Airport in Hartford Connecticut in 1989. The 225 made some charter flights from Hartford to the USSR with relief supplies. Keep up the good work!

Pat Kavanagh, Tuesday September 7 1999 at 03:26:28
West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Enjoyed the pics. Formally worked for a major airline

Joe Fee, Tuesday September 7 1999 at 00:31:01

I love the Soviet Mi-24 program and how they have the helecopter set up for combat readyness, it is too bad that they do not have them here where I live, the police would be scared straight.

Christine Wilmot, Monday September 6 1999 at 21:00:35
Bellingham Washington

I would love to have screen savers of all types of aircraft. Great site

Robert Gaines, Monday September 6 1999 at 04:13:56
Plano , Texas

George McPeek, Sunday September 5 1999 at 01:00:31

Very nice site. I'm a fan of such aircraft as Tornados, Harriers and Jaguars. I'm a plastic modeler from Brasil and your large pictures are a big help for me to paint my models.


Eduardo Aquino

Eduardo Aquino, Saturday September 4 1999 at 20:59:48

I was based at RNAS Yoevilton from mid 1965 to May 1966 attached to 893 Squadron. I had just returned from the Far East having joined the Squadron out there in Singapore, and was interested in getting any old pictures of the FAW Mk1 aircraft, and a copy of the Sqdn crest. If you ever get e-mail from Dave Duckett, give him my e-mail. I would be interested to hear from any old 893's circa 1966. eg Snowy Snowdon. Tom Smith who actually crossed pathes with me in Cape Town South Africa whilst on a tour of duty on the Eagle in 1973.

Regards Ian Willis.

Gordon Ian Willis L067671 EMA(1), Friday, September 3, 1999 at 22:13:24
Montreal Canada

Superb site, well worth visiting again and again.

Ian Tomlinson, Friday September 3 1999 at 17:06:51

The website is excellent, but you could fit more in, e.g. more photos and more info.

tan weston, Wednesday September 1 1999 at 11:34:02


SPEEDY MAC, Tuesday August 31 1999 at 23:52:25

What a find! Fantastic photography.

Bob & Steph Thomas, Monday August 30 1999 at 10:27:24

Well, to be honest with you, looking at those big airplanes are making me queasy at the thought of flying one day, but you do take nice pictures!

Helen, Saturday August 28 1999 at 02:19:44
Kentucky, USA

I just watched the pictures of London Heathrow Airport and they brought back a lots of memories when i was living in Germany. I came to London nearly every month and most of my overseas flight went over London Heathrow. happy arrivals,sad farewells, hectic transfers to gatwick, relaxing airplanespotting,..there is no other place than London Heathrow which i could tell more stories about.

Ralf Luettig, Friday August 27 1999 at 16:15:58
Toronto, ON

great website
big airshow an we come back next year

swakke, Friday August 27 1999 at 12:50:33

Knock-out - thoroughly enjoyed my visit.

Phil Clarke, Thursday August 26 1999 at 14:46:07
Vienna, Austria

nice photos. i am looking forward to farn int 2000

tony, Wednesday August 25 1999 at 19:13:00

so cool....

jorge plaza, Wednesday August 25 1999 at 19:04:12

researching Uncle who flew out of Coningsby during 1943-1944 who consequently was killed in action over Heilbrun Ger. on the 4th Dec,1944. Any photographs in records at the base or any other interesting info to help in my research...I would greatly appreciate any help possible. Write soon please. Thanks Genelle P.S. I thought the photographs were great! [Genelle, please send me your full Internet email address so I (and maybe others) can reply to you - Nick]

Genelle, Tuesday, August 24, 1999 at 16:45:50
Australia -Sydney

I like the picture of the GV, keep up the good work. Gulfstream Long Beach Ca. Systems Mechanic Completions GV.

Steve Ybarra, Sunday August 22 1999 at 05:02:09

Hey, I enjoyed your photo's. I was born in England, Maidenhead, Berkshire and I used to visit my Aunt at Bedfont, near Felthan. In those - wartime - years the airport was still small. Are you able to tell me if Boeing flew a B717? I flew in Air India B737 from Bombay to Singapore on the inaugural flight via Bangkok - 1963 I think. Thanks for allowing me to view your site.

mike brooker, Sunday August 22 1999 at 02:19:42

Hard to find! I´m a pilot, studying this plane, I need information about Antonov AN 24 Coke.

Juan Antonio Silva, Thursday August 19 1999 at 03:05:37
Lima - Peru

cool pics

Sue S., Thursday August 19 1999 at 02:52:31


Phil Neale, Tuesday August 17 1999 at 16:30:16

good website

sonu abraham, Tuesday August 17 1999 at 16:13:06

Nice.Good work.

Zoran Georgiev, Tuesday August 17 1999 at 03:28:36

Great to see there is still intrest in this aircraft! I crewed these birds 1972-1974 and 1977-1981. Interested in finding information on whereabouts of t/n's 61-0666,58-2869. Can you help or tell me were I can find this info.

Rick Mitchell, Sunday August 15 1999 at 18:22:25
Loudon Tn. USA

Nice pictures! A collegue pointed me to a photo of a Greek RF-4E, and I noticed the AN-225. I saw and photographed an AN-124 at Oshkosh a few years ago. We are close; therefore we attend OSH every year.

Douglas E. Drummond, Friday August 13 1999 at 22:01:49
Chicago suburbs, IL, USA

Great website! I particularly enjoyed the pics on your London Heathrow's section of the website. Beautiful shots of the airlines and their planes.

I hope to see more of them in the future. Please let me know when you have posted new pics.

Thanks and keep up the good work! :-)


Farid Noordin, Thursday August 12 1999 at 15:03:03
New York City, USA

Great site, just like going to an air show but in your armchair!!

Kevin Hill, Wednesday August 11 1999 at 05:45:18
Adelaide Australia

Why do you guys not attend the Abbotsford International airshow any more?

Judy Horvath, Monday August 9 1999 at 04:40:38

Brilliant web site.Do you know were i can get a map of Farnbourgh if you do send me an email and tell me were i can get one

darren martin, Monday August 9 1999 at 17:43:24

Phil Sheppard, Sunday August 8 1999 at 20:59:54

Great pictures and I enjoy the quiz. I grew up near Naval air stations in the UK and Australia. Always enjoyed watching any aircraft going around.

Steve McDonald, Sunday August 8 1999 at 07:16:46
Goulburn NSW Australia

Ex RAF F8 Meteor Pilot

Michael.V.A.Smith, Saturday August 7 1999 at 18:17:35

Nice picture of the B-1. I live near a low level bomb route, and enjoy their passage a great deal.

Darwin Abbott, Friday August 6 1999 at 20:25:17
Manhattan, Kansas, USA

Very good work. Congratulations . I enjoyed very much. Sincerely Yours - Higa

Higa - Oduvaldo, Friday August 6 1999 at 06:43:34
Mogi Das Cruzes (city), Estate of Săo Paulo - Brasil

hi just a quick brouse , will be back later to see your photography

mark s. blauvelt, Friday August 6 1999 at 02:34:40

I spent 5 years at Marham 1957 to 1962 as Air Radar Fitter (NBS) working in the Electronics Centre. During that time 4 Squadrons on Vickers Valiant "V" Bombers were based there (49, 148, 207 & 214 Squadrons).

Frank Morley, Tuesday August 3 1999 at 20:31:49
Canberra Australia

Dear Nick, Nice photos. It is a clean work, with good reading! - Congratulations.

Sergio da Cunha Santos, Tuesday August 3 1999 at 02:21:41
Lauro de Freitas, BA-BRAZIL


s.watkins + j baxter, Sunday August 1 1999 at 22:14:20
East halton Lincolnshire UK


ASHRAF ALADIN, Sunday August 1 1999 at 21:30:08

I, as you, love the Antonov 225 Mrija. I was searching for pics of it on the net for a long time until I found your website. Fantastic photos!!

Flying Vowel, Sunday August 1 1999 at 02:44:18

excellent pics of F-104S's; my favorite aircraft.

steve, Friday July 30 1999 at 00:43:46

Super Site! Great Photos!

Preindl Philip, Thursday July 29 1999 at 20:06:47

Have learnt today that my son David is to start training on the F3, hence the visit to this website. Great picture.

Ramon Clarke, Thursday July 29 1999 at 00:42:56

Great Pictures. I'm definitely coming back here over and over again.

Isaac Bilano, Wednesday July 28 1999 at 20:24:16

Great pictures of the AN-225. I saw it in person here several years ago but only got one picture. I am using them as reference in building a 3D computer model of it.

Paul McDonell, Wednesday July 28 1999 at 19:54:14
Vancouver, Canada


DIEGO KALLSEN, Sunday July 25 1999 at 19:20:18

Very Good.

Bert Savels, Friday July 23 1999 at 16:22:30

This was really useful for my GCSE coursework, Cheers!!!

edward munyard, Thursday July 22 1999 at 11:02:55

Nice site!!!

Danny Shkuri, Tuesday July 20 1999 at 14:53:16

hi i likeyour page and i love flying be sure to visit my page

kayla silberfield, Sunday July 18 1999 at 20:34:12
clear lake iowa

Good photos.

Bruffy, Sunday July 18 1999 at 13:58:14

The pictures are excellent. Enjoyed looking at them very much and you're an excellent photographer.

Hazle K. Anthony, Sunday July 18 1999 at 00:00:35
Mississippi, USA

Just browsing, looking for photos of BAC Lightning F1A XM192 and F3 XP706, Found your site very interesting. Curator of Bomber County Aviation Museum. Any Lightning Enthusiasts would like to contact me, I Would be pleased to hear from them.

John Jennings, Thursday July 15 1999 at 20:57:59
Hemswell, Lincolnshire.

I think that this site is really cool loots of pics.

Scott, Thursday July 15 1999 at 11:11:21

Top photos, great site in general. Looking forward to seeing the Backfire this year at Fairford. I think you might have even inspired me to try to create a web site of my own!!

Farni, Wednesday July 14 1999 at 22:04:55

AWESOME SITE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HAWK1, Tuesday July 13 1999 at 17:58:00


COLIN AND DANIEL, Tuesday July 13 1999 at 10:34:46

Michael Franks, Sunday July 11 1999 at 17:13:37

Great pics!!!

Alan Haynes, Saturday July 10 1999 at 21:27:42
Warrington ,Cheshire

P 4282805 LAC A/frame mech Victor B1/B2 tankers

David McGovern, Friday July 9 1999 at 23:39:58

Very nice pics. Some of the best I've seen.

Jiyang Chen, Wednesday July 7 1999 at 03:32:07
Reno, Nevada


MATHIER BENOIT "MATT", Tuesday July 6 1999 at 21:30:20

I LOVE AII THE AIRCRAFT CAN YOU GET THE website for the typhoon.

MR. NEIL WHITMORE., Sunday July 4 1999 at 10:28:07

IT was very nice

bram verhoeven, Friday June 25 1999 at 14:45:52


SRA J WILLIAMS, Friday June 25 1999 at 08:57:34

Great pix of the F-4. Phantoms have been my favorite and will continue to be.

Willaim Keller, Friday June 25 1999 at 03:49:58

I really enjoy your photos. I like the older jets as I am from that era. I was in the Air Force from 1959 till 1966.

Steve Welch, Thursday June 24 1999 at 03:19:56
Brenham, Texas USA

Thanks for some great photos. I would like to find some of a English electric Lightning both in flight and static. I collect Aircraft photos for my own use and pleasure.

Mike Crawley, Sunday June 20 1999 at 04:35:04

I love yor pics. I am a pilot of colombian army. I wish if you could send me a pic of a F117A Stealth Fighter as soon as you can. Thanks a lot.

Mauricio Pertuz, Saturday, June 19, 1999 at 22:33:22

I have been on Concorde on 16 May from London to the big Apple...I think your image looks great!!! Brgds Marie-Helene Lafleur

Marie-Helene Lafleur, Wednesday June 16 1999 at 20:32:43
London, England

good phot.s any air to air

ian averill, Saturday June 12 1999 at 11:29:28

thank you

daren harper, Friday June 11 1999 at 19:56:24

Ex Fleet Air Arm Aircraft Mechanician A/E. L/FX 852808. 1948-1970. Crew Chief 1st Scimitar (800) Squadron. X.D. 277. Call sign No 101. 1959... Ark Royal. Lossiemouth. Would really love to contact old Naval friends. Can you assist? Are there any cyber contact sources available? Before it is too late???

Peter Thomas Duhig, Friday June 11 1999 at 14:21:18
Perth Western Australia

Great page! I'm from the U.S., and I've never been to RIAT but I'd like to go sometime. The airshows we have here are totally civilian dominated and from your pictures it seems like there's just about every type of military combat aircraft currently flying in the display! Can't wait to see your RIAT 99 photos (I assume you will be attending)!

Sean, Tuesday June 8 1999 at 20:02:08
Pennsylvania, USA

Please visit my website for information on the crash of a C-54 Jan. 15, 1943. My grandfather, author of the beloved novel _Lassie Come-Home_, was killed in this crash. Appreciate your comments, suggestion, or help.

Betsy Cowan, Tuesday June 8 1999 at 03:11:55
Lake Arrowhead, CA

Congratulations on constructing such a marvellous web page. You have some excellent photos in your collection. If you are looking for more gate guardian photos i have several, these range from the guardian at RAF Lossiemouth, Scotland to the guardian at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus. If you are interested in these photos just let me know! Keep up the good work!

Richard Shires, Saturday June 5 1999 at 14:28:46
Bradford, West Yorkshire.

great work soon as i learn how to attach photos i will send you some i have a very exstensive library myself, on board the mermaid at fairford 97 and su-27s are my pride and joy e- you soon ian

ian hawes, Thursday June 3 1999 at 14:52:15
bolton lancs

As the son of a Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Chief Petty Officer with 17 years of service, and as one with an appreciation of anything aeronautical, I find these photographs very enjoyable. Thank you for sharing them with those of us that can no longer find our way to England's sunny (rainy perhaps) shores.

Mark P Taylor, Thursday June 3 1999 at 02:21:42
Connecticut, USA

I Love Aircraft especially US fighters and all commercials

Matthew Innerd, Wednesday June 2 1999 at 09:17:37

Hi, I live at marham and my father flys canberras so i was glad to finally find some good photos. Keep up the good work

Dr Incogneto, Saturday May 29 1999 at 19:53:57

Very good

Robert Reed, Wednesday May 26 1999 at 17:05:11

We build camera's for the U2 and more recently the Canberra PR-9. Enjoyed your photos!

James Enloe, Wednesday May 26 1999 at 16:53:53
San Jose Ca

Great Photos! I especially like the Pair of A-10As. Keep up the good work!

James Crowell / Arrow Art Ltd., Tuesday May 25 1999 at 19:32:20
RD#2 Box 404 Sayre, PA , USA 18840

very good

ben warren, Sunday May 23 1999 at 15:56:20

Nice 13 Sqn pics reminds me of my liney days!

Kelvin Park, Saturday May 22 1999 at 17:39:23
RAF Marham

Very nice pictures, keep on going so!

E.J. Neleman, Saturday May 22 1999 at 09:24:55

brilliant pity about the weather!

kj afulkner, Saturday May 22 1999 at 00:34:39

Exellent, got any B-17 pics?

andy, Friday May 21 1999 at 21:03:20

My son and I also attended Air Fete 97. As a frequent attendee at Farnborough Mildenhall was a wonderfull experience. We were planning to return to Mildenhall this year. Regrettably its been cancelled.

WILLIAM JARDIM, Thursday, May 20, 1999 at 21:10:37

Cool site. KEEP ON FLYIN'

Hans Vidar Enge, Thursday May 20 1999 at 18:19:27

Excellent website. I have been interested in aircraft since a small lad. I served in the USAF for seven years and got close to many of my favorites. My number one favorite is the Boeing B-47.

Steve Welch, Tuesday May 18 1999 at 21:38:48
Brenham, Texas

Terrific site thank you

Dick McColl, Monday May 17 1999 at 08:02:09
Armidale NSW Australia

Very nice site !

Walter Götz, Sunday May 16 1999 at 07:47:52
Götz GFK-Modelle, Gartenstr. 7, D-96364 Marktrodach

Great site, great shots. Thanks!

Bryan Atkinson, Saturday May 15 1999 at 20:32:19
Kent, UK

Very nice

Musa, Friday May 14 1999 at 08:43:59

Jeff Stokes, Monday May 10 1999 at 23:07:13

Love the photos, I have been flying since 1975, managed to get my photo in the Battle of Britain book but unable to take action photo shots like you. Kind regards.

Fred Marshall, Sunday May 9 1999 at 20:44:51

Good site, great pics, I also have several pics from RAF Mildenhall, Lakenheath, Upper Heyford, Woodbridge/Benwaters etc. If you want maybe we can trade ??

Syed Rasheed, Sunday May 9 1999 at 00:07:33
London, UK

It was very good but you need to put informantion on later air shows!

Jonathan Brasted, Saturday May 8 1999 at 14:16:34

Nice tidy website. Good piccies too. It's hard to make airshow photos interesting. Keep up the good work. Fazz Farrelli. 74sqn's highest scoring Moosehunter!

Fazz Farrelli, Saturday May 8 1999 at 13:56:06
Wattisham UK

As a civilian pilot I find your website great,I've always had an interest in the military birds especialy the quick stuff.I refer to the pictures of the B-1B.I saw one get unstuck from fairford yesterday fully laden heading for our friends in Yugoslavia.Unlucky for them eh?

Steve Jones, Tuesday May 4 1999 at 20:13:18

Nice photo Nick, I'm in a position to offer some nice ones too

Sgt J B Siddle (Sid), Tuesday May 4 1999 at 10:41:49

Nice site, Keep up the good work.

Cecil Sandige, Sunday May 2 1999 at 02:31:25
Phoenix AZ

Enjoyed pictures of the hangers. Kind of reminded me of Burtonwood AFB. Back in mid-fifties.

Charles R. White, Saturday May 1 1999 at 18:25:34
St. Petersburg, Florida


MICHAEL COLEMAN, Saturday May 1 1999 at 00:43:28

Cool Photos

General Greg Bahimath, Friday April 30 1999 at 23:51:24

Great site. Keep up the good work!

Justin Brocklebank, Friday April 30 1999 at 14:47:39

Great site ! The Photoquiz is very entertaining and the updates on all the Airshows is great.With nice clear pics ,i'll definatly be visiting again.

Denzil Charles, Thursday April 29 1999 at 04:45:51
Brisbane , Australia

Please check out my webpage

Roger Misner, Monday April 26 1999 at 22:10:18
Pennsylvania, USA

great site

Tim Kennedy, Friday April 23 1999

brill. keep up the good work!

mikey, Friday April 23 1999 at 20:56:51

I go to school right next to R.A.F Fairford

ROBBo, Friday April 23 1999 at 10:52:02

Nice Site.

Neil Robertson, Friday April 23 1999 at 09:33:07

Great pics! Can you help me find CDR Nigel D. "Sharkey" Ward? YOU HELP IS WELCOMED!

Fabian I. Lujan, Wednesday April 21 1999 at 05:22:28

Hi Nick! Thank you for a superb web site. It is great for fellow aviation enthausiasts that idealists like you provide such splendid photos. An even greater feature is your photo service. I hope that you will this site on the net in the future as it is a unique place to visit! Best regards

Jacob Teckemeier, Monday April 19 1999 at 21:21:03

Great set of pics !

Alan F. Cheshire, Monday April 19 1999 at 19:39:04


ANTHONY GARRISON, Monday April 19 1999 at 16:41:32
FAX 1-949-240-7958 USA

I was an RAF pilot from 1967 -1976 and was trained on the JP

Capt. Ron Anderson, Saturday April 17 1999 at 21:47:16
Blue Mountains, Australia

Having spent four years stationed at RAF Mildenhall in the 100th ARW/351st ARS, between 1989 and 1993 as a KC-135 mechanic (hydraulic/inflight refueling systems), i very much enjoyed looking at the Air Fete photographs they brought back some fond memories.

Rob Galloway, Wednesday April 14 1999 at 22:43:40
Indianapolis IN USA

We were over there in 1996 to visit my son, and his wife, S/Sgt. Barbara Hartsell who is in Recon. They live within a walking distant to the base. My son works in the Credit Union on the base. The pixs are great and you are to be commended for the site. I have watched the Thunderbirds several times in the states. I have seen them all since the F-100 series and what a show. Keep up the good work.

Byron Hartsell, Wednesday April 14 1999 at 21:24:49

Nice !

Pieter Liebenberg, Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 09:47:58
Centurion, Pretoria, South Africa

My two and one half old son loves your pictures so much that I can use your website as a treat for him. He sits on my lap, yelling "look at that!" and then repeats all the aircraft designators. I am a 130 driver myself, so I enjoy the whole thing, as a father and a pilot. Congratulations for the awesome pictures!

Greg Marchegiani, Tuesday April 13 1999 at 00:03:29
Fayetteville, NC,USA then Pisa, Italy

I am a KC-135R crew chiew stationed @ Grand Forks AFB in North Dakota and I love this picture.

cletus, Monday April 12 1999 at 20:42:37

Great Pics!! Especially like the B1b,good tail end shot. I work at Fairford so we're a bit busy at the moment(and noisy!!).Keep up the good work on the web site.

Po, Monday April 12 1999 at 20:01:55

I love your picture of the C-5B galaxy

Duncan Lewis, Friday April 9 1999 at 07:59:04

Keep it up! I hope the rivalry between you and Damien Burke is as friendly as it is lively. He sure seemed ticked off when you won his photo ID quiz earlier in the year. Fascinating stuff on your sites I don't find anywhere else. Press on!

Gerry Jarvis, Wednesday April 7 1999 at 06:53:00
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Fred Webb, SMSgt (Ret), Saturday April 3 1999 at 23:30:39
Midwest City, OK

I looked at your Meteor NF11 photo. This brought back the memories of the approx 800 hours I served as a nav on the NF 11 to 14 series.

Peter Verney, Saturday April 3 1999 at 14:19:12

its good to see and hear the BOBM flight i support it.

ray gower, Thursday April 1 1999 at 20:12:08

Jack Tiedge, Wednesday March 31 1999 at 03:06:26
Lithia Springs, GA

I am an American from Atlanta, Georgia. Nice website. I enjoyed the photos. I was stationed at Bentwaters RAF in the early 1950's. We had F-86s at that time. I always thought that was the best looking fighter aircraft ever made, so streamline with swept wings. Check out website HEY I'M 80. It is on tripod.com. It belongs to a friend of mine.

R Murphy, Tuesday March 30 1999 at 15:06:24

cooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool websit i enjoyed it wery mutch only were is F117A Nighthauk. I liked the picktures wery mutch keep up the good work

Lars Rune, Tuesday March 30 1999 at 09:26:43

i was @ i a t the year the b2 landed your photo is great

pete dovey, Monday March 29 1999 at 19:56:19

Great web site! Love the pics...never can get enough. Thanks, Tob

Toby Trout, Sunday March 28 1999 at 18:10:04
Lockheed Martin Federal Systems, Owego, NY

Former member VQ-1. Logged-in out of curiosity. Looking for reproducable pix of old Pappa Romeos.

Lawrnece Gurk, Saturday March 27 1999 at 19:33:21
Arlington, TX

hi!! this is a great site but did you know that a b-2 will be shown at the royal int. air tattoo in fairford this year?

dave, Friday March 26 1999 at 19:05:15

Your site is very good ! But you shoult take more photos from the flying Grippen.

Siegfried Lehrhofer, Friday March 26 1999 at 07:21:21

I loved your Twin Pioneer photogragh. Served my time at Scottish so have a very sentimental attachment. Best Wishes,

Ron Tannock, Monday March 22 1999 at 07:48:47
Auckland, New Zealand

Chris Jones, Sunday March 21 1999 at 15:42:11

Your pictures were masterfully taken and made me feel as if I was at the air shows myself. Thanks!

Molly Lawrence, Wednesday March 17 1999 at 03:11:55
Bishop, CA

After reading the MSF postings, I looked at your red nose bombing site, then your main web site. You got some good shots of RIAT 98...

Dave Jefferys, Tuesday March 16 1999 at 05:56:08
Luton Airport

Most impressed with the Wainfleet Comic Relief shots.....nice one! But......two years after the original request there are still no pictures of any beer.

Richard Try, Monday March 15 1999 at 23:44:40
Leicester, UK

Excellant pics from the Bomb Comp. The wonders of modern technology!! Keep it up.

Keith Cross, Friday March 12 1999 at 10:18:58
Uxbridge Middlesex

Great Pics !! Many years ago i heard rumors about top secret projects for new american bombers called B1 and later the B2! Its great to see these beautyfull warbirds in action !! Greetings to you and all the fan of good stuff like this.

Marcel Stadler, Tuesday March 9 1999 at 20:52:07

Thanks for interesting site. My son had been in VAW124 until March of 1993. We do like to keep up with them.

Sheila Ardaiz, Saturday March 6 1999 at 01:35:34

Jeff Kolkman, Tuesday March 2 1999 at 21:12:20
Charleston AFB SC

I was looking for something for my wallpaper, and I came across your photos. They are very clear and colorful as well as interesting. I have always liked planes, but I have not been very good at photographing them.

Larry Markowski, Monday March 1 1999 at 13:44:36
Milwaukee, WI

Very nice. You're a fine artist.

Donald J. Currier, Thursday February 25 1999 at 23:33:20
Garden City, Ks. U.S.A.

You've got an interesting page...

Niko Asposalo, Tuesday February 23 1999 at 07:48:56

You have a really cool web site. I am in the air force r.o.t.c.

Blondie C/airman, Friday February 19 1999 at 02:31:08

I am an aviation photo buff. I liked the pictures at this site. Keep up the good work.

Tim, Wednesday February 17 1999 at 23:49:30


GARETH JORDAN, Tuesday February 9 1999 at 21:08:22

The hornet is one of the best planes that the US has ever made, it might not go very fast but it is versatile and cool

Dan, Tuesday February 2 1999 at 18:39:45
Paris, France

I am student of Military Academy of Technology. My profession is arnament of aircrafts. My hobby aviation and navy. Your website is very interesting. I enjoy it.

Przemyssaw Woyniak, Monday February 1 1999 at 15:56:42
Warsaw, Poland

Really enjoy the photos. Been an airplane buff all my life. Build models and fly RC. Yoy have a nice web site.

Harold E. Nichols, Saturday January 30 1999 at 02:52:40
Oberlin, Kansas USA

I could to download but only half of the pictures from Camberra, but I congratulate to you with all my respects for your website! An ex-Fishbed pilot from Hungary.

Gyula Zoltan, Wednesday January 27 1999 at 21:25:16

good work!!! nice pictures and shots! I set a HL on my mpage to you !

Rainer, Monday January 25 1999 at 22:41:16

Having crewed a F100 (633373)FW373 seeing one with a Nxxxxxxx ID looks very strange

Don, Thursday January 21 1999 at 15:53:02
sunny Florida

excellent pics - brought back good memories

martin gray, Wednesday January 20 1999 at 20:17:49
farnborough uk

B52 is the most beautiful plane I´ve ever seen !

Ellinor Carlsson, Wednesday January 20 1999 at 17:25:37

I really enjoyed browsing your web site. Your photographs are excellent and I appreciate your liberal policy regarding downloading and use. I copied several of your photographs for use in my screensaver (a slideshow type program). Wonderful. Can you provide any pointers to one inexperienced in the fine art of aviation photography? How do you get started? How do you gain access to the aircraft for your shoot? Is there a particular film/format that is best suited to aviation? I am especially interested in commercial aviation.

Tom Garlick, Saturday January 16 1999 at 18:43:46

Fantastic pic of the SA341 Gazelle. I'm a private-pilot-helicopter with just over 160 hrs in the Robinson R-22. Besides attaining the Commercial and CFI ratings, a goal of mine is to someday fly a SA341 Gazelle. Thanks again.

Richard (Rick) Kumasaka, Tuesday January 12 1999 at 04:33:01
Seattle, Washington USA

Great pictures.

Richard Thomason, Saturday January 9 1999 at 18:16:50
Wiltshire UK

Nice picture S/N 33 is the second batch of GRIPEN and it contains several improvements already. The computer development is running ahead.

Lars Agune, Sunday January 3 1999 at 23:41:18
Sweden, stockholm

this is not the first time that i come here but is the first time that i sign the guest book. 90% of the information from the northrop b2 was picked from here, Nick your is very good it has all details about the northrop b2. The aerodinamic of the plain the really cool images and engines that give us really good perspective of the plain

carlos eduardo almeida pinto, Tuesday December 29 1998 at 01:07:08

Nice site! We will come back soon. Go on like this!

Stefan Sawin / Volker Liedloff, Monday December 28 1998 at 22:25:54
Groebenzell/near Munich/Germany

Interesting site, and nice pictures.

Katie Lensink, Monday December 28 1998 at 04:34:41

Great site! Downloaded the Thunderbirds as wallpaper. Looks great and thanks!

Mike, Saturday December 26 1998 at 18:55:17
Cape Girardeau, Missouri

WOW! Thanks for the great pics. Best site I have found for a long time. Look forward to your updates as I am a great fan of 50's to 70's jets.

Arthur Bayne, Saturday December 26 1998 at 01:54:15
Palmerston North, New Zealand

Great site with great pics. Keep up the good work. I may see you at VL in 1999!

Mark Russell, Wednesday December 23 1998 at 21:08:26

nice site must have been at the idex 98 africa great picks about the Rooivalk of Denel "the best homegrown bird in the air"

fred els, Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 06:54:03
potchefstroom south africa

Wow! Your pix is very impressive. I like it very much.

Frank Moey, Tuesday December 22 1998 at 00:35:34

IT IS A GOOD SITE lägg till lite mer pĺ den

svenne gurka, Sunday December 20 1998 at 15:39:43

nice to see brings back a lot of memories thank you.

colin (george) campbell, Saturday December 12 1998 at 16:11:53
ballymena,n .ireland


YounHwan-Jun, Friday December 11 1998 at 08:39:25

Great site Nick. Thank you for the insight into your cameras etc. I wish I could take great photos also. Ha!

Geoff Maple, Tuesday December 8 1998 at 18:22:35

Good site with a great set of pictures. Enjoyed the Carnfield pages, especially the mass flypast - awesome wasn't it.

Les Bywaters, Sunday December 6 1998 at 23:41:05

like the site. brings back memories!

Phil Hughes, Sunday November 29 1998 at 21:04:58
Co Durham

i am in the cargo business, and am fascinated with all aircraft, especially the concorde series. its a great site, thanks for the perusal.!

melissa stapleton, Saturday November 28 1998 at 23:12:16 england, uk

My husband and I both used to work on B-1B Bombers, and I would love to get some posters and maybie even a model of the airplane. Let me know how I can order, what sizes are available, and how much it would cost. I thank you very much.

Susanna B. Ross, Saturday November 28 1998 at 19:51:24

This is a very nice page. It is also quite educational for aircraft enthusiasts.

Randy Garmon, Thursday November 26 1998 at 05:04:46
Columbus, GA

Very good enjoyed them

Tim Ainsworth, Tuesday November 24 1998 at 12:16:21

Looks like you took virtually the same pics as me at Fairford. Do you happen to have any of the Day side of the Night & Day F16?

Adrian Hexter, Sunday November 22 1998 at 20:33:29
Derby area

Great pictures keep up the good work it's worth it! Greetings from a cold Holland, Bas Jansen

Bas Jansen, Friday November 20 1998 at 22:10:18
Nijkerk The Netherlands


ARNO COLIN STEYN, Tuesday November 17 1998 at 18:17:09

Good Site ...and amazing aircraft pictures

Hamilton Sato, Tuesday November 17 1998 at 13:51:29
Sap Paulo - Brazil

That was a great shot of that bird on the line. I was in 41 back in 92 so it was cool seeing one of our 14's again

Bill Butts, Sunday November 15 1998 at 21:06:19

ex p-3 flight engineer. (wish i was back in the air)

dalton edwards, Saturday November 14 1998 at 03:07:50
beeville, tx


j. van Duyn, Thursday November 12 1998 at 12:29:08

Nice pictures. I'm interested as I was a naval aviator (USMC) and flew a variety of tactical a/c from 1957 through 1981. Always nice to see what the aviation community is up to today. Many thanks.

Bruce Martin Col. USMC (ret)., Thursday November 12 1998 at 00:41:33
Ogunquit, ME USA

Hi freaks...nice page, congratulation! I hope that i can be next year at mildenhall. maybe we have good weather and much action. greetings from the snowy switzerland.

Marcel Grand, Tuesday November 10 1998 at 22:32:58
Sax, Switzerland

Very nice web page. Will visit the page more often now that I have found it.

Michael G.A. White, Tuesday November 10 1998 at 17:19:46
Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum,Nova Scotia, Canada

A great site. Do you have pictures from other Airports?

Colin Chilcott, Tuesday November 10 1998 at 05:26:53
Fremantle, Western Australia

It's good to see one of our fighter on a foreign homepage! :)

Norbert Kincses, Monday November 9 1998 at 11:16:28

Lovely phots, especially the Hunters, what a beautiful plane it was and the noise it made was music, not like the brash Tornado noises of today.

Hope to have something similar when I purchase a scanner, Santa Clause please.

Have downloaded some of your scenerry for FS98, to try as I am just starting to fly !!!

But a very nice site, well put together.

Keep it up

E Greenwood, Sunday November 8 1998 at 11:42:01
UK - cumbria


Hentie de Wet, Thursday November 5 1998 at 20:06:12
Hartbeespoortdam, South Africa

loved the photos.

chris schultz, Thursday November 5 1998 at 18:13:17

The Turkish Stars are the best.

Farkas Lili, Thursday October 29 1998 at 16:18:39


federico, Wednesday October 28 1998 at 16:24:45

First: Congratulations! I'm interested in some shots of the CH-53 Stallion (interiors), because I'm a modeler (miniscale) and I need them for detailing the interiors. Please send me the way to get those pictures.

Miguel Ruz Balarezo, Wednesday October 28 1998 at 01:25:52
Mexico City.

Your pics are very cool :o))) I love it :o)

Gemenne, Monday October 26 1998 at 20:30:27

terrific sight. would like to see the Moth and older aircraft

Douglas de Havilland, Sunday October 25 1998 at 01:00:12
Nottingham UK

Excellent, keep up the good work!

Ron Fretter, Friday October 23 1998 at 21:51:56

Most enjoyable site

Clynt Perrott, Wednesday October 21 1998 at 20:54:46

the F-4 Phantom still kixx ass today (pardon my language). i have no clue as to why they can't just bring it back into service. because Israel has upgraded the F-4 Phantom. to what is now called the F-4 Phantom 2000. it has better radar along with more weapon stores and this little canards low and behind the cockpit.

Steve, Sunday October 18 1998 at 09:02:52
near Philly PA

Great site, keep up the good work. Perhaps you can answer a question Nick, I am trying to find a print of a painting depicting a Lancaster, Vulcan and a Tornado flying in formation over the City of Lincoln. I think the title is either "A Tribute to the City of Lincoln" or "A Tibute to 617 Squadron". Any information would be gratefully received. Best regards.

Bill Kennerley, Saturday October 17, 1998 at 17:54:43
Dudley. UK. (Yes OK I know, we've got a canal)

i was the pilot of 602 from the JFK who flew in there! You guys were really great to us! Love the site!

Eric Caskey, Saturday October 17 1998 at 06:01:49
Meridian, MS

great site. particularly like the iran air image!

ali ravanpay, Saturday October 17 1998 at 03:03:42

Hi Nick, Found you when I was looking up Royal Brunei Airlines. I've worked for RBA here in Brunei for the past 18 years. I liked your picture of our 767-33AER V8-RBG and I Saved it to use as wallpaper on my PC at the office. Best Wishes, Frank

Frank Bowron, Saturday October 10 1998 at 16:44:04
Brunei Darussalam

It was absolutely magnificent!! Top marks to the Americans for showing their latest plane. Come again soon

Colin Park, Saturday October 10 1998 at 06:35:48
Sunshine Coast, Australia

First class, Enjoyed my visit to your site. Photo quality excellent

Arthur Fletcher, Saturday October 10 1998 at 00:46:35

good pics mate very high quality


So, you where at Fairford too ??? :-) cool

Fred, Tuesday October 6 1998 at 23:17:30

Very nice pictures, indeed, not to mention the good scan quality, which you don't get on too much sites. I also liked the way you presented the pictures, not just showing the pics but also giving some additional infos on the aircraft and the photo. I've been at Fairford this year too, for the first time. What a difference to German airshows. It's funny to see how similar some of your pictures are to those I made. Just a different viewpoint but same time of pressing the button on your camera.

You might wanna have a look at my airshow site. Sorry, I still haven't got a guestbook, but comments via E-Mail are very welcome.

Robert Stetter, Tuesday October 6 1998 at 20:10:28
Donauwoerth, Germany

Enjoyed browsing. Aren't airfield buildings difficult to avoid in the background? What about some close-ups? Keep up the good work.

Mike Sedgwick, Sunday September 27 1998 at 23:36:40

Really nice site! - I love F-104 starfighter and I've found here some nice photos but all your work is really good! my best regards.

Luca Golinelli, Saturday September 19 1998 14:13:07

Very nice site thanks, and keep the good work !

Peter Steehouwer, Thursday September 17 1998 23:01:35
the Netherlands

Being a very recent internetter I thoroughly enjoyed your pic´s.

Marc Sonderman, Sunday September 13 1998 21:26:52

Hi Nick,
Just getting together my bookmarks, after the upgrade to Win98 formatted my hard disk. Yes, your photographs represent the standard by which the simulations have to be judged.

Tony Gibson, Tuesday September 1 1998 00:32:03
West Berkshire, UK

very nice site !!!

Peter Steehouwer, Tuesday August 18, 1998 at 23:43:20
the Netherlands

PPL student at European Flyers, Blackbushe.

Cliff Hawkins, Monday July 6 1998 at 20:43:42

Anyone interested in trading slides of military aircraft? Kodachrome 25/64 only full frame, sunny side, all markings visable. All e-mails answered

Patrick Martin, Friday July 3, 1998 at 03:50:17
BC Canada


RICHARD I. BATTERSHILL), Saturday June 27 1998 at 22:32:10

Nice collection

Joel Shelton, Friday June 26 1998 at 00:31:49

Fantastic pictures....I was at Fairford last year and didn't get to catch any myself. I'm going back this year for sure....see you there!

Mark Clark, Monday June 22 1998 at 15:24:46
London, UK

Great Page ! Some great shots!...Really enjoyed it - well done and thanks.

Martha Jones, Sat 13 Jun 1998 11:00:56

Very interesting

douglas harris, Tue 9 Jun 1998 19:05:04 GMT

Thanks to you, I now have a lovely Hercules flying across my screen. : )

Jodie, Mon 8 Jun 1998 12:21:30 GMT

Nice pictures of Twin Pioneer. In 1960th I was pilot on Twin Pioneer. I am also very interesting in photo, and have a lot of aircraft pictures from Norway.

Bjrn Olsen, Sun 7 Jun 1998 23:10:36 GMT

Spent many years at Brize Norton working and flying on VC10's. Many happy memories of the aircraft and colleagues serving at BZN. Excellent pictures Nick, keep up the good work.

Keith Shelley, Sun 7 Jun 1998 21:17:42 GMT
Wendover Bucks UK

Just checking out other aviation image makers like myself. I don't have a site as yet having just moved here from UK. I shot the RAFBF Calendar for 1998. Good to see images of your B2 & F-100!. Hope to set up a page very soon. Hope the show this year is great! pity I'll miss this one.

Jon Davison, Sat 6 Jun 1998 15:53:41 GMT
Perth, Western Australia

Hi I was just looking at your site and I must say that this is a good site . I have a question . Do you think you could get some pictures about a greek airline called Olympic Airways ? Thank you and please E-Mail me if you get them in Goodbye

ADAM, Fri 5 Jun 1998 20:01:49 GMT

Hi, that Phantom jet is my jet (I am the WSO) on that particular display. It's the spare jet because the other one (totally clean) broke down due to tire problems.The actual display crew was Pilot Capt Timmering 1./JG 71 WSO 1Lt Labonde 1./ If you want to know more about our little Display-tour 1996 send me an e-mail If you have more F4-f ICE pictures I would be more than happy if you send them. I use them as a background for my tactics briefings here at the Tactical Leadership Program in Florennes/Belgium

Captain Falko Fanz, Thu 4 Jun 1998 10:41:46 GMT

Great sites.... Terrific pics.:-)

Dezan, Sat 30 May 1998 19:20:13 GMT
Mb. Can.

Very Good. I tried to take some photo's at Duxford but they came out crap because I am crap, so I can understand how good you are because I'm crap. P.S I'm Crap

Neil Hampson (hampo!), Fri 29 May 1998 13:09:04 GMT

I enjoyed your site. I was a member of the squadron 320 royal Dutch Navy and was often flying as a crew member at thet orion.

A.v.d. Brink, Tue 26 May 1998 20:24:32 GMT
eemnes, holland

Loved it

shaun, Tuesday May 26 1998 at 16:24:59


313 TIGERS RNLAF AFB. TWENTHE, Tue 26 May 1998 11:38:18 GMT

I thought the aie show "97" was fantastic especially the stealth bomber

john macnaught, Sat 23 May 1998 21:04:02 GMT
43 st edmunds gate, honington.

Cool site, nice photos

Jan Van Ooteghem, Sat 23 May 1998 12:42:50 GMT

Wish pictures of VC10s from the 60s were more common. Am also looking for VC10's with BOAC paint scheme.

Dave Allen, Sat 23 May 1998 10:46:47 GMT

Very Impressive

Daniel Goodwin, Fri 22 May 1998 09:36:21 GMT
Nowich, England

I was interested of what type of aircraft the Turkish stars was flying. Im a figther pilot myself and Im on my way down to Pratica di mare, outside Rome in Italy and their big air display this weekend. Im flying the Viggen fighter from Lule in the north part of Sweden through the Europe to Italy tomorrow the 21th of may. I hope the sun will shine!!!!!!!!

Peter Erikssonem, Wed 20 May 1998 20:02:18 GMT
Lule, Sweden

loudly cool page mon!

Cola, Tue 19 May 1998 00:30:45 GMT

Really good photos! Could do with a few more!

Edward Gill, Tue 19 May 1998 18:44:52 GMT

I'm trying to find a schedule of Airshows in the US for 1998.

Donny Davis, Sat 9 May 1998 05:11:40 GMT
Auburn, AL

Brilliant pictures, looking forward to this years' show!

Anne Marie Archbold, Fri 8 May 1998 08:56:58 GMT
Dublin, Ireland

Very good pictures. A pity I couldn't be at Mildenhall in 1997 but will certainly be there in 98.

JONATHAN SAYERS, Sat 9 May 1998 20:53:35 GMT
Brighton E. Sussex

Great page, hopefully we will have good weather at Mildenhall, nice pics of the B1B visit my page sometime. Its all about airshows too. Cya...

Tom A.H. Piel, Tue 5 May 1998 10:03:18 GMT

Hi, Nick, I spent an hour again here, this site is just fantastic, I am just grateful to get so many adventures! Think over Kecskemet!!!

Peter Márványi, Wed 6 May 1998 at 21:12

"XZ238 is operated by 815 Squadron/Royal Navy and is usually embarked on HMS Endurance." Yes...and I sat in it last week when given a tour of the ship by some officers and gentlemen when it was moored in Las Palmas. The door and nose looked red to me not orange. I thought the pilot was lying when he said his helicopter had a red nose. Ha Ha Ha!!

Janine Long, Mon 4 May 1998 20:54:26 GMT
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, SPAIN

Being a Lynx M3 fan I enjoyed the pictures! Thanks

Jo-Ann Cole, Mon 4 May 1998 01:58:07 GMT
Ilchester, UK

Member of 216 Squadron based on Comets in Lyneham, Wiltshire

Bill Ross, Sun 3 May 1998 01:47:39 GMT

Good to read about LHR. Well done. Anyone interested in regular updates from JNB?

Piet Biesheuvel, Sat 2 May 1998 20:20:51 GMT
South Africa

have a nice day

dolunay ilkay, Sat 2 May 1998 16:57:43 GMT

Your pictures are great. Not too many sites get my attention like yours has.

Dick Snaer, Fri 1 May 1998 01:48:45 GMT
LaConner, WA USA

very nice pics of chinook. i work at boeing plant which re furbished these units. post some more please.

joe modge, Thu 30 Apr 1998 01:23:52 GMT

I would like to know how many pictures have you got in your photolibrary, and if Have you been thinking about to run a search system to facilitate the search to the users , and give them new ways to deliver your pictures, efficiently.

MONICA MAROTO, Tue 28 Apr 1998 09:12:51 GMT

great site! i am very intrested in passenger aviation

gary, Fri 24 Apr 1998 17:28:00 GMT

Very good photos. I felt like i was on the airshows, from that you have taken the shots. Have a nice time.

Spalek Paul, Fri 24 Apr 1998 15:00:43 GMT
Germany, Erlangen

nice shots.

tony nieto, Tue 21 Apr 1998 01:10:04 GMT
san antonio, tx

Great picture, we may be getting old but NKAWTG!

Snake II, Sun 19 Apr 1998 12:59:19 GMT
Kadena AB, Japan

Hi Nick....

You may recall that I signed your guestbook before. I have my mother and father with me tonight and they are witnessing the Net for the first time. My father was a VC10 captain with BOAC/British Airways as you may remember. Keep up the good work!!

Andy, Tony & Margaret Frish, Sun 19 Apr 1998 10:23:34 GMT
Adelaide, South Australia

Nice Page but Russian Knights are better

Mats, Fri 17 Apr 1998 07:59:50 GMT

I've landed in heaven!

r.j. dunn, Thu 16 Apr 1998 23:13:01 GMT
annapolis, MD, USA

FS freak, ex RAF '58-'71.Think the work you put into all this is admirable!

John Cross, Thu 16 Apr 1998 11:30:57 GMT
Cheshire, UK

Top effort! Good shots, simple layout and quick download. Look forward to another visit.

Murf Productions

Stew Murphy, Tue 14 Apr 1998 13:52:45 GMT
Sultanate of Oman

Nice work, guys! Happy Easter, and good day!

Greg Schwajda, Fri 10 Apr 1998 13:58:12 GMT
Budapest, Hungary

Very intresting!! I am particuarly intrested in the AN124-100. I am from Tasmainia, Australia, the AN124-100 visit mainland Australia airports reguarly but we have just had our first visit by one and it is the biggest aircraft ever to land in Hobart. It was delivering engines for a local ship bulider who has sold many of his ferrys to operatiors in the english channel. Can any one provide me with some web sites about companys operation the AN124-100's?

Glenn Towler, Fri 10 Apr 1998 12:37:54 GMT

great pix, i sure like the military birds, the big ones like the b52 and the c17

trogers, Fri, 10 Apr 1998 01:29:18 GMT

Great shot of the F104's. My 4 year old son has taken a real interest in them since receiving a toy F104.

Eric Heimburger, Thu 9 Apr 1998 22:50:37 GMT
U. S. Coast Guard

I like your site's layout and ease of use. My father was an aeronautical engineer at Wright-Patterson AFB, and never ceased to laud the quality of your country's aircraft and engineering. In my opinion, that should be applied in many areas besides aviation. Keep up the good work.

Waldo L. Hamilton, Sun 5 Apr 1998 05:59:55 GMT
San Diego, California

used to fly them on 10 sqn 84-87. made me quite homesick.great pics, thanks a lot.

richard pendregaust, Sat 4 Apr 1998 16:35:59 GMT

Nick, spent 3500hrs flying on VC10's as a ground engineer, based at Brize Norton, many of them on XV 109. Thanks for the superb photograhs and memories

Graham Legge, Tue 31 Mar 1998 21:05:26 GMT
Norfolk, England.

Congratulations ! Good job. Fantastic planes on photos. I've marked this site. Regards from Poland.

Lech Zubilewicz, Sat 28 Mar 1998 18:02:43 GMT
Warsaw, Poland

Great web-site, mate, I`ve been to England a couple of times, and always enjoyed the airshows and Museums. Magnifico images!! Keep it up!

Stephen Legge, Thu 26 Mar 1998 14:43:44 GMT
Newcastle, Australia

nice prints

ulysses silveira, Tue 24 Mar 1998 03:57:58 GMT
apt#5 10015-83 ave, edmonton alberta canada

Hi, it's me again. Great page!!!

Jol Postma, Mon 23 Mar 1998 20:16:32 GMT
Damwoude, Holland

As an former USAF pilot of the second world war I enjoyed your pictures very much. I am very interested in precision flying.Thank you for a nice evening. Cracks

Harold L Crackel, Fri 20 Mar 1998 03:22:54 GMT
Charleston, IL USA

Most impressive

Mike de Bromhead, Mon 16 Mar 1998 20:11:12 GMT
South Africa

All of the scenery you guys have desiegned is better than the commercial product. I will remain faithfull to you and your team.Brilliant work.

Michael Hambly, Sun 15 Mar 1998 17:11:40 GMT
Droitwich Spa.Worcestershire

Superbes photos et fort intressantes!! Continuez votre beau travail!

Louis-Marie Blackburn, Sun 15 Mar 1998 16:46:16 GMT
Jonquire, Qubec, Canada

Nice site. Very informative. I'll be at Fairford this year along with two of our B-1's. This will be my first trip and I'll be standing by ready to answer any questions pertaining to the munitions aspect of the B-1 which is my field with the aircraft. I'm also hoping to see some native friends of mine from Polegate, East Sussex. Keep up the good work!

Lyle Brown, Sat 14 Mar 1998 22:56:16 GMT
Wichita, Kansas USA

Good Stuff......well framed.. very hard job done very well Taking photos at air shows is the hardest thing I have to do!

Tony Stigle, Sat 14 Mar 1998 01:14:45 GMT

nice pictures we don't have those birds here

jerry Rigter, Fri 13 Mar 1998 21:33:25 GMT
the netherlands

Pretty damn cool mate.

Bobby Johnson, Fri 13 Mar 1998 14:33:36 GMT

I would interested in exchanging slides with you as long as they are on Kodachrome 25/64 slide film and of military aircraft. Most of my slides are of European aircraft inc countrys like Slovak. My e-mail is usfmemc5@ibmmail.com Please send me a list of what slides you have left. I look foreward in hearing from you.

Paul Crawley, Thu 12 Mar 1998 15:17:28 GMT

I have been searching for good photos for my computer Wall Paper. Yours are the best I have found to date. Thank you.

Craig Barnett, Thu 12 Mar 1998 15:00:57 GMT
New York, NY


peter richmond, Thu 12 Mar 1998 13:19:34 GMT
niagara falls ontario canada

Your photos at the IAT 97 show are spectacular. I have been photographing military planes here and around texas for fifteen years iam looking to trade slides with anyone who might want to. If you know anyone that is interested please give them my address. Thank You so much. Cheers.

Doyle Guerry, Tue 10 Mar 1998 20:15:01 GMT
Ft. Worth Texas 2628 Carter Av. 76103

we are currently working on XV109

aaf 36, Sun 8 Mar 1998 01:27:57 GMT
1 sqn eng st athan

I really enjoyed looking at your personal photos. Hope you add more soon.

Mike Neely, Sat 7 Mar 1998 07:26:32 GMT
Arlington, Texas

Nice Site. Really dont have amachine capable of enjoying your pictures. When i get one will definitely come back. Till then, Bye and happy flying.

C. Wilson Fernandes, Fri 6 Mar 1998 20:43:55 GMT

Nice collection of photos. Iam a C17A field services technical representative here at Altus Air Force Base. I spent 1 month at RAF Mildenhall in July of 95 for C17A's RM&A evaluation, had a great time.

Robert Daniel, Fri 6 Mar 1998 16:33:58 GMT
Altus, OK USA

Nice Buff pic.

Lee Jones, Mon 2 Mar 1998 01:11:13 GMT

Hi, Nice pics. I went to Mildenhall on the Saturday in '97 and I agree it was a superb show even though I went home with severe windburn !!

Alan, Sun 1 Mar 1998 21:14:55 GMT
Brighton East Sussex UK

cool b-2 pictures

Michael E. Hunnel, Sat 28 Feb 1998 19:22:50 GMT

Thanx for the pix. We are 4 and 5 yr. old boys and our daddy found you on the web. Made a rainy February Sunday Afternoon very enjoyable.

Max and Philip Henze, Sat 28 Feb 1998 17:17:53 GMT
Frankfurt/M. Germany

Excelent photographs, see you at mildenhall, possibly

Richard Kind, Sun 22 Feb 1998 16:04:12 GMT
Nottingham uk

This was fascinating! Being a hopeless Comet & VC10 freak the pics of XS235 and XV109 were especially emotive. Many thanks Nick, look forward to ongoing correspondence!

Andy Frish, Sat 21 Feb 1998 12:45:38 GMT

Great Page! I Owned DHC-1 Mk.22A in Standard Cat. Any Photo's?????

Harold M. Friess, Jr., Thu 19 Feb 1998 01:24:02 GMT

Please send me anything about the Thunderbirds.

Zak Douma, Tue 17 Feb 1998 03:05:12 GMT
Sacramento, CA

I love the Thunderbirds thanks for the cool pictures.

Chris Kelley, Mon 16 Feb 1998 23:01:50 GMT


TOM BURNS, Sun 15 Feb 1998 00:00:51 GMT

Very good but needs more pictures

Brad, Wed 11 Feb 1998 23:41:18 GMT
Erton, Hawaii

You see, when you said gate guards... Oh, forget it. Excellently ordered site. Now all we've got to do is put all this stuff into FS98

Paul Michaels, Wed 11 Feb 1998 17:34:58 GMT
Milford Haven

nice picture!!!!!!

Tom Armstrong, Tue 10 Feb 1998 21:33:46 GMT
Abilene Tx

Great web page thanks

chris yeazel, Mon 9 Feb 1998 16:07:31 GMT
cincinnati, ohio

Nice Pics enjoyed them especially knowing that they were taken at airshow, that kind of gives me a lift and something to look forward too on this cold Feb day. Thanks

Hugh L. Doyle, Sun 8 Feb 1998 22:15:29 GMT
Rockford, IL 61107

Northrop and Grumman can make some pretty neat airplanes. Especially the B-2A Spirit

Ken, Sat 7 Feb 1998 22:44:09 GMT

Very interesting site!

Carl J. Youngdahl, Wed 4 Feb 1998 07:17:49 GMT
Chicago vicinity, Illinois, USA

Nice photos! I appreciate the time and effort taken in building the site. Many thanks.

Chris Holder, Tue 3 Feb 1998 09:01:24 GMT
Worcester, UK

thanks for allowing me to visit

dave martin, Mon 2 Feb 1998 05:19:41 GMT
new orleans

My six year old son Thomas liked the pictures, especially the F117, which he spotted over our house in Milton Cambridge.

Stephen Mynott, Sun 1 Feb 1998 08:12:22 GMT
Milton Cambridge

I was on Temporary Duty at Mildenhall on a KC-135 for Air Fete 78... I enjoyed the area and would like to come back someday as a visitor

Linne Parker, Sun 1 Feb 1998 04:31:23 GMT

Not much of interest, I am researching Swordfish and MAC Ships from WW2. Contact me if you have anything. Thanks

A. C. Dale, Thu 29 Jan 1998 11:32:42 GMT

Excellent photos. When do you start taking the air-to-air variety?

Andy, Thu 29 Jan 1998 22:29:11 GMT

Good looking pix. I photograph airshows in the states. Static displays are the best. I tried to photograph the Blue Angels, Thunderbirds, Snow Geese, etc, bad results. I use a Nikon FA with a 80mm, 105mm, and 120mm lens. By the way, my favorite with static displays is a 28mm lens.

W. R. Spence, Thu 29 Jan 1998 04:06:31 GMT
Buchanan, Michigan Good ol' U S of A

Plane pictures did take me in the good old Air Force time... I can see if I have some interesting other pix in my files or find other sources. Do you have preferences?

Joost Boers, Sun 25 Jan 1998 18:32:11 GMT
Veghel, The Netherlands

Nice pic of the B-1. Reminds me of my flightline days in Palmdale.

Pat Chendes, Sat 24 Jan 1998 02:20:27 GMT


JEFF GRAHAM, Thu 22 Jan 1998 05:38:52 GMT

A great contribution to aviation enthousiasm not only in UK but all around the world. Congratulations

CDG's site webmaster, Thu 22 Jan 1998 20:11:34 GMT
Paris, France

I'm a student of Aeronautics Engineering. I'm in my 3rd year. Also I'm a plastic modeller of aircrafts, and now I'm collecting info about the Sea Harrier to finish a plastic model that I'm making. Thanks for help me with your page!!! If I can help you in something, don't hesitate to write me, ok?? GOOD LUCK!!!

Luis Barros, Sun 18 Jan 1998 02:02:09 GMT
Buenos Aires - Argentina

Was stationed @ RAF Mildenhall, Dec, 1959-Dec, 1962. Lived @ 20 The St, Beck Row.

Norman Weathersby, Jr, Wed 14 Jan 1998 03:46:51 GMT


WILLIAM LEWIS, Tue 13 Jan 1998 20:25:23 GMT

Excellent site but being from Canada I couldn't identify the locations but keep up the good work see ya again soon.(o ya I did guess the aircraft with a little help (dad) )

Kevin White, Sun 11 Jan 1998 02:06:31 GMT
Ingersoll Ontario Canada

Enjoyed the pics!

Ron Gale, Sat 10 Jan 1998 01:09:41 GMT
Hornchurch, Essex

Hi, Great site and excellent Quiz. The only reason I know the answer to this months quiz is because i was stationed there a few years back :-))

Keep up the good work

Mark Bewick, Sat 10 Jan 1998 12:06:01 GMT
Marham, King's Lynn, Norflok

Stoere foto's Ik ben sinds 2 jaar een verwoed vliegshow bezoeker door een vriend van mij. Daarom ben ik ook in Fairfort geweest. Dit was erg gaaf dus, je maakt trouwens gave foto's. complimenten

Monique, Fri 9 Jan 1998 16:03:23 GMT

was airframer 1986-1988 was pain in butt i really miss it now.

rob greer, Tue 6 Jan 1998 01:46:54 GMT
bradenton fl

Nothing beats working with the Hornet but your pictures are cool!!

Michael J. McBride, Mon 5 Jan 1998 14:19:11 GMT

I'm a former airman that was stationed at RAF Mildenhall from 1967 to 1970 with the 513th Cameron. I just happened to find this web site and it brought back some very pleasent memories. If possible I would certainly enjoy seeing some photos of the Base and how it looks today. Again thanks very much your photos were Great.

Steve Rick, Sun 4 Jan 1998 22:33:02 GMT
Hutchinson, MN 55350

More UK ac please.

Andy, Sat 3 Jan 1998 22:34:02 GMT

Hello Nick, finally on line and decided a visit to your page should be one of the first things we should do. Love the Lanc!! Now used as wallpaper!

Richard and Philippa Try, Fri 26 Dec 1997 22:02:46 GMT

Hey Nick,

Great Web Site and I mean that. You've got some great and highly sought after pic's in your gallery. If you look close enough to the B-2 on the roll-by you may be able to see the Dedication Logo under the Co-Pilots window and if I'm right it says "City of Fairbanks". If not, oh well, we had one here for her Extreme Cold Weather Testing in Nov/Dec 95. I got a few ground shots of her, but from a distance. Can't beleive you didn't get a shot of the US Navy P-3C that has her tail showing in one of the chopper pic's. Will have to drag out my pic's of the previous IAT and Air Fete's that I have from the 70's & 80's one of these days... As I said great work and a great site.

Ray Young, Wed 24 Dec 1997 19:31:23 GMT
Fairbanks, Alaska

I wish NAS Moffett Field still had airshows! Love seeing the birds in flight. I'll have to come to England for an airshow! Thanks for the views

Gian Tozzini, Thu 18 Dec 1997 12:21:20 GMT
San Francisco, CA USA

I really like the Pics of the KC-10, I have worked on them for 8 years now, Do you have many more on the net, I would like to see more Keep up the good work

Ted, Mon 15 Dec 1997 23:59:27 GMT
Wrightstown, NJ

Glad to find your site. I'm doing research on the F-16, and am looking for info on the two A-A kills by F-16s in Dec 1992 and Jan 1993 over Iraq. If you have any info (i.e. briefs or unclassified reports), links or references that could help me out, I'd appreciate it! And your site has a very comfortable layout.

Fritz Gunter, Fri 5 Dec 1997 01:32:02 GMT


CHRIS FRY, Wed 3 Dec 1997 20:40:24 GMT

I injoyed your pictures looking forward to seeing more in the future.I love seeing the Spitfire. You have to show more pictures of it.Thanks

Joseph Gaethofs, Mon 1 Dec 1997 17:07:38 GMT
176 Viceroy Rd, Warwick R.I. U.S.A.

I love planes and I want to join the Air Force

Evan G. Smith, Mon 1 Dec 1997 02:37:28 GMT

It's cool to know about air crafts. And it's more exciting if you could actually fly with your favourite craft. It's cool....

Mazlina Md Din, Sat 29 Nov 1997 01:54:07 GMT

I have a quick reference to planes, I like your web site!

Shaun Sandu, Fri 28 Nov 1997 12:40:31 GMT

Very nice site !!!
I enjoyed all the planes and I hope that one day I will see an F-117 Stealth live...

Max, Wed 26 Nov 1997 14:44:09 GMT

Enjoyed the shots of the VC10

John Colton, Tue 25 Nov 1997 22:58:26 GMT
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

When I was living in Holland I used to watch the Navy Lockheed departing and coming in in Den Helder, where we were living. Sweet memories! Het beste! All the best.

Tjeerd Baron, Tue 25 Nov 1997 09:59:30 GMT
Vryheid, South-Africa


KAREN FLETCHER, Sun 23 Nov 1997 17:08:12 GMT

Enjoyed your aviation photos!

John M. Russell, Sun 23 Nov 1997 03:03:04 GMT
Lilburn, GA USA

I had the pleasure and honour of being Squadron Leader of #216 during the latter part of the war, flying Dakotas, under the command of Wing Commander, Mike M. Morris.

Best regards to all in #216.

This message is being sent with the help of my sons Robert, Ian and Peter. I would very much enjoy a reply and any current news about other members of #216, of my vintage.

Squadron Leader Colin R. Glen, Wed 19 Nov 1997 03:13:34 GMT
Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

Very good. Pictures of the Katana DV20 and the Scottish Aviation Bulldog wouldn't go a miss

Stephen Green, Wed 19 Nov 1997 13:59:43 GMT
Coventry University

Excellent website. Maybe you can help me, I have a copy of Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1942. Do you know what it is worth? Thanks.

Mark Lovell, Wed 19 Nov 1997 12:06:47 GMT
Perth, Australia

Excellant, what more can i say.

Gary Salt, Tue 18 Nov 1997 19:50:28 GMT
Stockport, Cheshire

In the U.S. Air Force and currently working on a tail art scheme for our squadron. We are the Lightning Lancers. Would appreciate any pictures of tail art or sources of it.

g trejo, Fri 14 Nov 1997 02:19:10 GMT
Valdosta, Georgia USA

an absolutly crakin' day lookin' forward to next year

mike wright, Wed 12 Nov 1997 20:25:45 GMT
weston road high stafford

great website

mark harley, Tue 11 Nov 1997 23:01:43 GMT

I was there too! I attended both Mildenhall & Fairford in 1997. Back in 1996 I attended the Yeovilton Photo evening. I am a former Air Cadet from Helston Cornwall (RNAS CULDROSE). Now I'm an Airline Technical Writer in Texas (Continental Airlines). I must say that aircraft spotting is a lonely trade here in the US. It's also way too hot to do it in Texas from around April to September..... Anyway, I love the Pics! My shots are almost dupes. I was on the approach end of the runway at RIAT from 9AM to 6PM.... OUTSTANDING SHOW. FAR BETTER THAN ANY SHOW IN THE USA!!!!!!!!

MARK PARSONS, Mon 10 Nov 1997 23:31:26 GMT


BEAU E. GROS, Mon 10 Nov 1997 15:30:58 GMT

Thanks for the 'flashback'!

I flew TDY out of Pope AFB with the 777 TAS from 1969 to 1970. Always enjoyed Mildenhall!

I hope that they found the sign again which was stolen from the 'Bird In Hand'. It's one of my favorite images of England. I still feel sick when I think that one of our chaps might have lifted it.

Peter Marx, Sun 9 Nov 1997 14:05:17 GMT
League City, Texas, USA

Like the pictures. I was also there on the Saturday, even though it was a lot busier than usual, it was a good show.

Alan Radley, Sun, 9 Nov 1997 13:18:40 GMT
Thundersley, Essex

Brought back alot of memories. I was stationed at Mildenhall '90-'93 as Security Police. I really enjoyed England.

John Hereford, Sun 9 Nov 1997 08:50:28 GMT
Huntington, West Virginia USA

We were stationed at Mildenhall from July 1966 through July 1968, so when we found this site we had to check it out. Brought back a lot of wonderful memories.

Msgt, Ret. & Mrs Keith Grantham, Sun 2 Nov 1997 01:00:21 GMT
Vacaville, CA USA

nice Website and I enjoy looking at your pictures! Do you visit other photocalls or exercises this year or what is with 1998? Please sent me a email,thanks!!
Best wishes

Michael Balter, Thu 30 Oct 1997 10:48:24 GMT
Kerpen (near by Norvenich air base,Germany)

I'm an engineer (mechanical not a sideways flyer) at United Air Lines. I too like the smell of jet fuel in the morning. nice pix etc.

Anthony Mori, Thu 30 Oct 1997 05:04:03 GMT

Thanks for the photos.It's sites like this that make the Internet such a great place to be. I hope you continue to produce material like this, as it is certainly appreciated by the likes of me and I'm sure many other people.
Many Thanks
Jaycee (nb17)

John Corbally, Fri 24 Oct 1997 19:20:54 GMT

I went to Redifons for the VC-10 manufacturers course on Thursday 4th. August 1966. After working there for eight months I went to Brize Norton where I worked on the Flight Simulator for the next five years. In September 1971 I left the RAF and went to work for KLM on the 747 Simulators. Not even close compared to the standard of the VC-10 Sim. No visual attachment, poor sound et al. Now 26 years later I'm unemployed and have never had a job remotely approaching that of working on the VC-10 Flight Simulator. Q0687410

Chris McBrien, Fri 24 Oct 1997 06:54:58 GMT
Straloch, Newmachar, Aberdeen

need more F/A18 pictures!!!

Jon, Thu 16 Oct 1997 23:03:59 GMT
Los Angeles CA

Well Done! I have never seen more intriguing and awe-inspiring pictures of the B-1B and the B-2. Your pictures have managed to capture the sheer beauty of these magnificent aircraft.

Tim Goodchild, Wed 15 Oct 1997 21:00:00 GMT
Reading University, UK

I am Japanese now staying at U.S.A. for work. U.S. airshows are really great with Thunderbirds and Blue Angels, and lots of other performers. However, I do miss the Japanese Airshows because they normally give good chance of taking pictures of flying aircraft. When I was in Japan, I had no problem taking pictures with a 300mm telephoto lens, but in U.S., I cannot live without a 1.4X tele-converter, that I combine with 300mm to make it 420 mm focal length. FAA regurations requires 500ft. from spectators to the show center, but I have not heard of any regurations in Japan. Some airshows in japan, like JASDF Nyutabaru in Miyazaki prefecture is really close that you can take a shot of F-4's and F-15's taking off with 100mm lens! By looking at your nice pictures, I am really intersted to know how close are the airshows in U.K.

Makoto Morimoto, Wed 15 Oct 1997 08:53:58 GMT
Santa Clara, CA U.S.A.

This is very fantastic.

Sebastien Boulet, Tue 14 Oct 1997 19:10:55 GMT
Montreal, Quebec

Very good photos, enjoyed the views. Thanks!

Ken Elledge, Mon, 13 Oct 1997 08:09:32 GMT
Hong Kong

Nice pictures!

Martin O'Malley, Sat 11 Oct 1997 16:05:09 GMT
London, England


HOFFMANN DIETER, Fri 10 Oct 1997 08:19:34 GMT

Great picture. Would like to see Spitfire up close. I am private pilot out of Woodward Field in Camden S.C.

Joseph Madry, Tue 7 Oct 1997 21:18:55 GMT
Camden SC

Still looking around,but this is a great site!! Thanks a lot!

Harry N. Rea, Fri 3 Oct 1997 05:06:05 GMT
Portland,Oregon U.S.A.

Thanks for that great picture. It makes me homesick. I was until March 97 member of the Fighter Wing 71 "Richthofen" and flew the Phantom. Horrido!

Dirk Melchior, Thu 2 Oct 1997 02:30:14 GMT
Lafayette, IN

Great site, come and have a look at mine!

eric van den bosch, Mon 29 Sep 1997 15:31:56 GMT
katwijk netherlands

hey these are some really cool pic's. i would like to see some more

bruce brown, Sun 28 Sep 1997 20:24:09 GMT

loved the pics-thanks


excellent pics. i will be back for more!

dave lowe, Thu 11 Sep 1997 23:40:42 GMT

was recently in Canada and had the opportunity to see a Lancaster on static display. During WWII, a cousin whom I never knew piloted Lancaster aircraft # JB 369 from the #49 Squadron (Cave Canem), during night operations to Berlin was shot down and exploded at Hasephorst, Germany. I'm trying to collect all the available information that I can. I enjoyed the pictures, keep up the good work.

Matt Bassett, Mon 8 Sep 1997 04:40:18 GMT
Altus, Oklahoma, USA 73521

pretty cool web page. Jamie says HI.

colin stevens, Sun 7 Sep 1997 15:13:41 GMT

I very muck like your shots at Mildenhall. I was lucky enough to be there myself this year to see the Thunderbirds etc. It was a great show and one I will never forget. Thankyou very much for taking the time to display your photographs.

Andy Beckett, Sat 6 Sep 1997 09:02:35 GMT
stoke on trent

After seeing the pictures of the B-1B it makes me really miss my job as an offensive avionics systems specialist on them. The pictures show the B-1s at some of their best.

Jeff Johnson, Fri 29 Aug 1997 01:41:26 GMT
Houghton, MI

good to catch up on what i missed, cheers.

Richard Barton, Wed 27 Aug 1997 21:23:55 GMT
Romsey, Hampshire, UK

Flew on Canberras from 35 Squadron with a John Challoner in the late 50's. Any relative?

Roger Turner, Thu 21 Aug 1997 00:26:35 GMT
Sidney, near Victoria, BC Canada

Great site, good pictures, what's the significance of the name?

Russell Gillespie, Thu 31 Jul 1997 16:25:00 GMT

I liked your pictures very much especially the jordanian c-130 "i am a jordanian cadet at the citadel", but why not showing some pictures for the royal jordanian falcons, keep up the good work.

TAREQ SHMAISANI, Tue 22 Jul 1997 16:45:40 GMT

Nice site

Peter Olding, Wed 16 Jul 1997 16:15:20 GMT

Very nice site...enjoyed viewing your pics. I just recently became interested in flight sims (Warbirds!) and wanted to view some real photos ....thanks

Ara, Tue 22 Jul 1997 03:58:37 GMT

Great recap of the airshow with the Thunderbirds. I wanted to see what their performance would be like in the UK. Your photos are great.

Robert Sheffield, Thu 17 Jul 1997 21:50:34 GMT
Kansas City, MO (USA)

Nice photo's of the Luftwaffe Phantom at Cottesmore. One for the guys of the KC-135 Is the aircraft painted all over in Tiger Markings or just on the tail?

Paul Crawley, Fri 11 Jul 1997 11:35:34 GMT

see you at fairford on the 19 We will be on the Kc-135 that is painted like a tiger. stop in and say hello to the guy's from jersey

Tom Miller, Thu 10 Jul 1997 00:43:39 GMT
New Jersey

Nice shots. Exciting wallpaper choices!

c. daniel, Sat 5 Jul 1997 02:34:03 GMT
Pomona, CA USA

great shot of the BONE.

Richard Chapman, Thu 3 Jul 1997 18:00:09 GMT

I flew C-133s through Mildenhall in the early '60s..... it's nice to see it still in operation. Nice pictures too.

Terry Wall, Sun 29 Jun 1997 19:46:57 GMT

I enjoyed looking at the picture's of the planes and the background. The one of the 104 Starfighter had in the background where I stayed when we were building the runways and taxi-ways and hardstands. I spent almost two and one half years at Fairford with the 817th Engineers aviation Bn. At that time there was but one square water tank.

Clarkton, NC USA

site looks great !!

A. Bruins, Sun 22 Jun 1997 14:48:33 GMT
Hellevoetsluis, the Netherlands

Thanks for constructing a very useful website. I am sure you will get lots of visitors. I found you when browsing for a link to IAT at Fairford and you certainly help to point me in the right direction. IAT seems to be rather "buried". Best wishes

Bill Taylor, Tue 17 Jun 1997 10:52:03 GMT

please continue with your effort to sent at all people this type of locations.

MARCO FINELLI, Sat 14 Jun 1997 05:21:01 GMT
Via Salvini, 4 - I-40127 BOLOGNA ITALY

Great Photos,how about some ariel A-10's,and apache shots.

Bill Loyd, Wed 11 Jun 1997 20:01:05 GMT
Portland OR

Hey! You have some very nice photos. High quality. I downloaded a few. :-) I thought the Spit leading the jet formation was cool, I'm mostly into WWII planes. Nice job!

Jeff, Thu 5 Jun 1997 23:46:03 GMT

Beautiful job at photographing the aircraft, And a very nice collection of aircraft. Very fascinating to me. Very nice website to visit. Will tell my friends!

Ernie Charest, Tue 3 Jun 1997 22:39:16 GMT
New Hampshire, USA

Great Photos!! The SU-27, from the 1996 IAT was BEAUTIFUL!! Will you be having some photos from the 97 IAT on the net later ? Hope so. Thanks again.

Dennis Frazier, US Air Force, Retired, Sun 1 Jun 1997 17:10:11 GMT
North San Diego County, California, USA

I once seviced all VC10's at Brize both on the Flight Line and in Base Hangar, you know that big blue building by the road. I also seviced Andover Cmk1 E3 & E3a aircraft on 115 sqn (sadly disbanded) when at Brize and then at Benson. I like the photo's of the 10's, shame about the Mk32's and the probe, makes it look like a warbird, incidentally it was me and a few of my collegues who did the first trial fitting and testing of the probe on a Cmk1, leaked like a seive!! but we fixed it.

Mike Howles, Fri 30 May 1997 07:48:59 GMT
Swindon Wilts

I do like the Tomcats

Paul Crawley, Wed 21 May 1997 11:37:36 GMT

Great photos, friend, I am eager to see Farnborough96 for I had been there on the first two days and had not seen the Su37flying... All the best

Peter Marvanyi, Sat 10 May 1997 18:13:42 GMT
presently Romania, normally Hungary

Good Pics of Sea Harriers

IAIN BOYLAND, Thu 8 May 1997 15:56:03 GMT
Port Glasgow, Scotland


Steve S. Sato "PUKE", Sun 27 Apr 1997 06:11:11 GMT
Torrance, California

Hi - I liked the B-1B - I shall have to get those 16 m colours bit set up! I shall browse the rest of the pictures now.

Pav, Sun 13 Apr 1997 21:25:24 GMT

I enjoyed seeing your picture of Ray Hanna back in his rightful place. I flew with him when I was MO at CFS Little Rissington.

brian taylor, Thu 3 Apr 1997 01:44:51 GMT

Nice pics. Saved the F14 as wallpaper as a matter of fact. Come and visit our airshow. It is the first weekend in June every year. Keep up the great work.

Paul Buck, Sun 30 Mar 1997 19:02:41 GMT
Appin, Ontario, Canada

just browsing & when my system obtains an adequate scanner will send you some interesting "real ops " stuff mainly rotary wing from ozie ems


PHILLIP CLEAVER, Fri 28 Mar 1997 00:38:10 GMT

What I saw so far is nice. Any way to contact people interested in trading kodachrome 25/64 slides of military aircraft? Big time hobby, will answer all correspondance.

Patrick Martin, Thu 27 Mar 1997 02:21:41 GMT
langley BC Canada


Zeph, Wed 26 Mar 1997 10:38:23 GMT

I was stationed at RAF Fairford from 1985-1987 and worked one of the tatoos. Your sight brought back some memories. Thanks

Steve Fuller, Sun 23 Mar 1997 21:44:44 GMT
Greenville, Ohio USA

Love the Pictures of the Sea Harriers. I once visited the FAA museam back in 1989 and would like to see any pictures you may have taken since then. Thanks
D. Eden
Colonial Sea Harrier Nut.

David Eden, Sun 16 Mar 1997 15:55:54 GMT
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Super Photos

Rob Fauchon, Thu 6 Mar 1997 07:30:15 GMT
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Nice pics. I am a military aircraft enthusiast, Navy jets in particular. Thanks!

Chuck Schrunk, Tue 4 Mar 1997 04:44:09 GMT

Nice Pictures, really liked the spit leading red arrows. Am menber of Confederate Air Force, we put on a good air show every year. Featuring ww2 aircraft.

Beau Poteet, Wed 26 Feb 1997 22:18:12 GMT
Texas, USA

Great Site and well organised!
Photos are great!
I'll be back!

Steven McDonald,, Mon 24 Feb 1997 17:48:40 GMT
Edinburgh - Scotland (Well Musselburgh to be precise!)

Enjoyed the Yeovilton shots, nice to see de Havilland DHC-6 of the Antarctic Survey flight! Will visit again soon. Best wishes from C- country.

Neil Aird,, Thu 20 Feb 1997 04:13:12 GMT
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

I was stationed at Fairford for the "87" IAT. I was a Firefighter working with the British Firefighters.My highlight of the event was being on the flightline when King Hussein of Jordan landed his own KC-10 type aircraft.

Tadd Wegener, Sat 15 Feb 1997 03:12:58 GMT

Very good picture's

Alan Towns, Sat 8 Feb 1997 20:33:45 GMT


Tom Thomsson, Fri 31 Jan 1997 08:50:09 GMT


MARWAN SHMAISANI, Fri 31 Jan 1997 02:24:35 GMT

Cheers fot the Great Pics. Cann't wait to vist Fairford for myself after a 3 year absence.

Dave Mackey, Wed 22 Jan 1997 17:37:01 GMT

Very Nice!

Kimberley Challoner, Thu 16 Jan 1997 20:40:50 GMT

Just surfing.Very nice pictures.

Marck, Tue 14 Jan 1997 14:45:42 GMT

I used to fly the F-117A Stealth Fighter, caught your URL in the rec.progressive usegroup. Nice site!

Chris Topham, Tue 14 Jan 1997 10:17:13 GMT

Nice site Nick !

Andy Hutchings, Wed 1 Jan 1997 15:50:30 GMT
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

I found your site from Paul's Pima/AMARC page. I maintain the List of Preserved US Military Aircraft and the Flightline. I will be linking your page into the Flightline as I revise it.

Nice page! We colonials need education in the old country aircraft!

Bob McKellar, Mon 30 Dec 1996 01:48:57 GMT
Savannah, Georgia USA

Hi Nick.Very impressed by the site. Thanks for providing the links info-very useful.Rob

Robert Gray, Sat 23 Nov 1996 02:45:46 GMT
Hong Kong

Back again!!
I'm well impressed with the photo of the Lancaster!
One of my favourite aircraft of all time! Excellent!!

Rich Try, Thu 21 Nov 1996 16:48:28 GMT
University of Leicester

As an ex-pat with an aviation interest, your page is brilliant!!

Mark Millward, Mon 18 Nov 1996 19:09:32 GMT
New Zealand

Nice web site B-}
Keep up the good work.

Neil Thomas, Fri 15 Nov 1996 17:17:23 GMT

Just surfing - got nothing better to do of course !

The Boss, Thu 14 Nov 1996 23:51:54 GMT

Fairford is in our back garden. Good effort!

Bryn Torrington, Mon 11 Nov 1996 23:10:24 GMT

Have returned for more extensive survey
Stonking stuff
however more beer needed, Any pictures of some Caffrey's?

Rich Try, Wed 6 Nov 1996 15:42:31 GMT
University of Leicester

Hi Nick! Nice pictures. If you are intersted in my pictures which i transferred to Photo-cd you can check out my site.

Frank Noort, Sun 27 Oct 1996 19:37:31 GMT

Splendid, it works :-)

Nick Challoner, Sun 27 Oct 1996 15:32:15 GMT
London, UK


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