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... in the film had Merlin engine fitted (they had to change from the Daimler-Benz DB 601 engine which had faults and there wasn’t a replacement engine to be found)
Also a lot of the Me 109’s were Me 108’s, a trainer aircraft and were never used in combat
Well that was our visit to the Mosquito Aircraft Museum, in some ways it was disappointing, but in other ways interesting
The chance of seeing a flying Mosquito in the ...
... just a memory. I also had to keep reminding myself of what I had said to Mo, on several occasions on the trip, ‘if you’re in the room , be in the room’. I was on the last leg of the trip, the weather was perfect, everything had gone well, what was not to enjoy. And I did, it was the best day of cycling I have ever done. But every now and then the eyes would well up again.
When we reached John O’Groats and had the photos ...
... the moving image which had cameras and projectors going back to the early 20th century. One of the oddest and most interesting things at Bletchley was the Churchill Museum. As I walked in, there was a man that I estimated to be in his late 80s-early 90s. As I walked in, he told me that everything inside was his personal collection and if there was anything I wanted a closer look at, I should let him know. The area was full of nick-knacks ...
This morning I arrived in Oxford by bus. I stayed in a friend's home, called David. Oxford is a city in south of England. It has a population of 165,000 more or less.
The city is known for being a university town, University of Oxford, the oldest university in the country and the English-speaking world. It's one of ...
... had cat fights on the boat!
Tue 17th May
As we passed the Olympic site again this morning we noticed work being done to the towpath, for running and cycling events. The three locks on the Hertford Union Canal were all against us. The water was really clear, and we spotted a mooring spike at the bottom so we fished it out with a magnet. At Old Ford lock we were pleased to notice that the rubbish had been cleared since our ...