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February: Tail Draggers

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This month, tailwheel aircraft are the flavour of the day!

Cessna, Dizzie, just so long as the nose points to the sky whilst on the ground. The more unusual the better!

This one finishes 23:59 GMT, Sunday 28th Feb 2010

Good luck.

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My first entry of the month:

A Tiger Moth Flying in an Australian Summer:

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A green moth (sounds unusual hey!) side-slipping into the devishly difficult Katoomba Airstrip (gotta dodge those powerlines!):

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The same moth doing Aerobatics around Katoomba (look at that spiral smoke!):

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Thanks for viewing!

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Ok lets go,

First up the Supermarine Attacker, The only british JET taildragger to enter squadron service!

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then the mighty Handley Page HP42

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finally the Handley Page Hastings C1 dropping off spares at Waddington in the early 1960s

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DC-2 AT BARAJAS IN MADRID

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I kid you not, Dodgy-Alan. I took this screenshot before I saw yours. I guess we're on the same wavelength, since we both liked the idea of showing only a single engine running. At least they were different (though closely related) aircraft.

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Hi Mut, I would like to remove my first entry and replace it with the one below. This has been cropped and faded that is all. If it's outside the rules I respect your judgement and please just consider the previous two entries...if it's ok great....good luck to all!

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