Fantasy of Flight - Sunderland

Martin Seamaster through to the Canadair CL-215 & 415 and the Shinmaiwa US-1.

Fantasy of Flight - Sunderland

Postby fredgell » Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:14 pm

A selection of clos up pictures at

http://igor113.livejournal.com/213895.html

Cheers

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Re: Fantasy of Flight - Sunderland

Postby seawings » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:27 pm

Hi Fred,

Yes, nice arn't they? This lot are already in the SEAWINGS up-date listings - currently nearly 2,000 long!

I'll get there one day... ;)
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Re: Fantasy of Flight - Sunderland

Postby sunderlandmr5 » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:31 am

Cool Photos

For those who are not aware, Kermit Weeks Sandringham (ex NZ4108),
is the sister to NZ4115 Q-Queenie At MOTAT here in
Auckland.
Image

The Sandringham is looking very weary, but it's nice to know she's under cover
and has been flown (though not so much, if at all these days)

You can read about her history here as posted by Peter (flyernzl)
(sorry you will have to scroll down to NZ 4108)

viewtopic.php?f=62&t=985&start=40

Regards

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