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Crofton Auster J/1A, G-CDPG 36 Hits
 - Click here for a bigger picture and more information Photographer: Bill Teasdale
Location: Popham (EGHP), UK - England
Date taken: 9th August 2009
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Something of an anomaly. The second Crofton Auster was built in 2009 (long after Auster ceased) and with an odd c/n. The LAA type reference is 809. It is however effectively a homebuilt flying on a permit.
             
Aeronca 7AC Champion, G-AVDT 36 Hits
 - Click here for a bigger picture and more information Photographer: Des Cheney
Location: Gransha, Rathfriland, N. Ireland
Date taken: July 2010
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Neil Cheney lands his champ, over the hedge, at his local farm strip at Gransha, Rathfriland, Co. Down. Arriving home from Saturday lunch with the Mourne Flyers.
             
Turner TSW.2, G-BEBO 36 Hits
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Location: Cranfield (EGTC), UK - England
Date taken: 30th June 1995
Event / Fly-In: PFA Rally 30 June - 2 July 1995 Cranfield
Information: Initially registered as a Currie Wot. Destroyed by fire High Flatts Farm, Chester Le Street 19 October 2002
             
Vans RV-12, G-TWLV 36 Hits
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Location: Sywell (EGBK), UK - England
Date taken: 18th May 2012
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Shortly after return from painting by Mick Allen at Turweston.
             
Vans RV-8, G-NRFK 36 Hits
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Location: Northampton Sywell (EGBK), UK - England
Date taken: 3rd September 2016
Event / Fly-In: 2016 LAA Rally Sywell Sept 2 - 4
Information: Visiting the Rally from Felthorpe
             
Corben Baby Ace D, G-BUAA 35 Hits
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Location: Tatenhill (EGBM), UK - England
Date taken: 16th June 1996
Event / Fly-In: PFA Fly-In, Tatenhill 1996
Information: Imported from the USA as N516DH
             
Jurca MJ.5 Sirocco, G-CEAO 35 Hits
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Location: Gloucestershire (Gloucester) (Staverton) (GLO / EGBJ), UK - England
Date taken: 10th August 2010
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Construction began in 1969
             
Vans RV-4, G-IKON 34 Hits
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Location: Popham (EGHP), UK - England
Date taken: 9th June 2013
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Visiting the vans Fly In from its Feldon strip
             
Aeroprakt A.22 Foxbat, G-SDOI 33 Hits
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Location: Popham (EGHP), UK - England
Date taken: 5th May 2007
Event / Fly-In: Microlight Trade Fair 2007
Information: -
             
Fokker DR1 Triplane (Replica), G-FOKK 33 Hits
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Location: Northampton Sywell (EGBK), UK - England
Date taken: 10th May 2008
Event / Fly-In: -
Information: Painted in the colours of the specially prepared DR 1 that the Fokker Company reputedly painted red 477/17. Note how the unit had painted out the white backgrounds to the crosses as on the original
             

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