339. Back Home

Today, Thursday, Chill and I met up at the Shuttleworth Collection to get 1264 put back together and on display in no. 1 hangar with all her WWI contemporaries.


All went smoothly, and I was able to get a couple of bits done on the trailer while I was there.

Meanwhile there was great excitement in the blister hangar as the Collection’s Spitfire was being weighed; one of the last stages before being allowed back in the air again, after a restoration that’s lasted more than a decade. Can’t wait!

On my way home, I drove past the remains of the Airlander, which has been parked outside the famous Cardington sheds for a couple of years during development.


2-20170605_090049.jpgApparently she was flown on Saturday, but broke loose from the mooring mast shortly afterwards, triggering an automatic deflation system which prevented it from floating away across the countryside.

But, gosh, she does look a mess…



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