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Sydney Film Festival - film #9: The Lost Aviator - hero or murderer?

Did he kill his lover?

That’s what the filmmaker sets out to discover about his great uncle, Captain Bill Lancaster, the infamous heroic failure of British aviation. 247 more words

Sydney Film Festival 2015

Lancaster ID Change

I’ve just imported the Lancaster model into UE4 and built up it’s two materials to find that I actually have no way of making the glass appear transparent. 274 more words

DeMontfort

Day out with Dad

It has been far too long since I took Dad out, apart from weekly shopping trips and hospital appointments. So it was a day for the two of us and we went to visit a glorious lady – the only flying Vulcan bomber in the UK and – I’m not quite sure about this – I’m pretty sure that she is the only Vulcan bomber still flying anywhere. 437 more words

THE BOMBS ARE AWAY

Well this is part two about my great grandfather Reginald Kirlew.

Now I think I did a post about him recently but this is where my short term memory issues play up and they are right now. 573 more words

Winter season Lancaster Bomber maintenance at CWHM

The Lancaster Bomber’s tour is over, annual inspection and maintenance season is well underway at the museum,
The volunteers and engineers are working hard at preparing the aircraft for the next seasons flying. 76 more words

Vintage

Salford Remembrance Day ceremony

SUMMARY: This is a photo journal of the Salford 2014 Remembrance Day ceremony, taking place at Agecroft Crematorium.

PLATFORM: Quays News

LINK: Click here… 142 more words

Articles

Yes we Canberra

Despite being the national capital and purposefully placed between Sydney and Melbourne, Canberra is a city that not many backpackers visit. One reason for this is that not all venture further south than Sydney anyway, but also because there isn’t as much to do there. 532 more words

World War II