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They have a "Wings of Yesteryear" section with photos and book covers. I was particularly taken with the mass launch by cap and bowler hatted wearing modellers from 1934. Click the picture for the whole page.
Juan also has a "Blogspot" which is well worth a look.
The winner has a little background so click the wheels for more details.
Last Friday evening PMFC meeting of the year at Peakirk tomorrow. There is a change of subject, it is now "Bring a Model Night".
A good mixture of the flying is shown with excellent shots of the quality scale models. Well worth reading the notes at the bottom of the video for a description of the models.
The start of the video shows the "Spot Landing" competition (held at the end of the session). Open to anyone, their model has to fly for 25 secs or more and the closest landing to the prize, which is placed on the floor, wins. This and the "flight accuracy" competition are organised by Brian L. The "accuracy" competition, usually in the 40 seconds range has reached the stage that Brian is now asking for two decimal places on the stop watch.....
Plenty of varied sport flying as well as the competitions and serious trimming make for a most enjoyable session.
Excellent finish to the indoor season at Bushfield yesterday, thanks to Brian W for setting those up. Very pleased to see visitors with a quality group of models which they were trimming prior to the BMFA Indoor Scale Free Flight Nationals are on April 28 - click for details.
Click Meetings/Events on the left for full details.
There was an enormous amount to see and absorb.
Fine for indoors but not free flight this time, click the Microaces DH 2 for their web site,
Click the t/n for full details and travel information.
PMFC Club Meeting tomorrow when Martin Judge will present on interesting Free Flight subjects with a lead to F1D Indoor Competion.
Tony Beckett -
I was curious about the accuracy of these free stats programs,
so started them both on 29th May 2015 and will see if the results coincide.
ClustrMaps was first set up in October 2012, in March 2015 their
system stopped working but if you click the icon you will see the
results for that two and a half year period.