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Thread: Maroon Tiger Moth

  1. #1
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    Maroon Tiger Moth

    Hi all,

    Just curious but over the weekend I was helping out at my sons Scout camp at Dalby forest in Yorkshire. On Sunday morning we were buzzed by a tiger that circled over giving us all a wave. A glorius sight and a scene straight out of a 1930's "Boys Own" annual... A glorious sunny day, the canvas Scout tents being buzzed by the old timer.

    I didn't get the regd or a picture as I was busy at the time but it was Maroon with silver wings and tail feathers. The only tiger moths I can find with that livery are based down south.

    I am just curious if anyone knows which aircraft it was (seems there are several in that livery), as we all thought it was great stuff.

  2. #2
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    Paul Gliddon lives near Goathland, and his Tiger sounds like a good candidate.

    see pic (link) https://abpic.co.uk/pictures/registration/G-ANLS

  3. #3
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    Thanks Propstrike, that looks like the one. I thought I saw an L as the third digit.

    Why do I never have my camera ready when I want it!!

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