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Arrow ARCHIVE: Maltese Airfield - 08 - 05-10-2008, 21:08

This old airfield now is used to train the airport fire crews but lurking out in the corner of the yard were these 2 amazing Plane's.
My pics are'nt the best as SoLo1 Trashed my tripod inside and i didnt get any internal pictures...

So off we go with the pics.
This is a picture of the front of the 1st plane.

The plane overall.

Look at the text down the side of the plane...

Looking backwards off whats left of the wing.

Excuse me Mr i think you may have a problem, the word puncture springs to mind.

We did get inside the plane but it was so dark the pics just turned out a black screen and using the flash was not possible.
So off to the other side of the yard too check out the other 1.

Last edited by north star; 18-10-2008 at 01:49.


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