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  • RMR
    RMR
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    • May 2007
    • 461

    #61
    Try 2. (see post 60)

    The quoted text appeared but not the photos or text I typed in.

    Inside the museum at Borden, the only picture I have showing the roof.

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    Photo take outside, the only picture showing the end of the building.
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    Both taken June 2015.

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    • ZRX61
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • May 2005
      • 4764

      #62
      In related news (didn't see a link posted):

      https://medium.com/@thehangarthreepr...1-e6357aa93827
      If anybody ever tells you anything about an aeroplane which is so bloody complicated you can't understand it, take it from me: It's all balls. RJM.

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      • Ossington
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        • Jun 2015
        • 131

        #63
        Hucknall, 6/03/19.

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        • G-ORDY
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Mar 2005
          • 928

          #64
          I seem to recall a solitary, single bay Flight Shed sitting in a field near Tadcaster quite a few years ago.

          There was also an episode of Lewis on Telly a few years ago which featured a boat yard (supposedly in Oxford but could have been anywhere) the main building had the characteristic lattice trusses - maybe an old seaplane hangar?
          Now finished Hawker Hurricane Survivors - published by Grub Street http://grubstreet.co.uk/product/hawk...ane-survivors/

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          • Ossington
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Jun 2015
            • 131

            #65
            The Tadcaster shed (N side of A64, the York side of the A1) is still in existence, or, it was the last time I went to York, Octoberish last year. Speaking of lattice trusses, there is an exhaust/tyres/garage building on Chesterfield Rd (A617) in Mansfield, near the Fire Station. Must date from the same era. Staff had no idea of its history.

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