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Month three of UK heatwave… time to chill out.
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Craig Abrahamson said on July 27, 2018
CLEAR PROP…! 🙂
Jeff Bailey said on July 27, 2018
Great – Thanks, Rob!
Robert Royes said on July 27, 2018
Where did you find #3?
Rob Pollock said on July 27, 2018
I think on a WW1 forum but can’t recall it now. I think it’s post-war.
Tom Cleaver said on July 27, 2018
Yeah, my Osprey editor reminded me that while it might be over 100F here in the City of Lost Angles, we have air conditioning (for which my September bill always resembles the national debt!), while there’s no AC in Blighty! (Remember, “global warming is a Chinese hoax”)
Rob Pollock said on July 28, 2018
Must be iM lucky charm – a few hours after posting, we had a string of thunderstorms move through, the first rain in 70 days.
Robert Paschall said on July 28, 2018
I can relate Tom, living in Las Vegas. Where it is currently 93 in my garage.
Stephen W Towle said on July 27, 2018
Number 3…How proper, a little wooden but, proper. There are eight bolts holding that prop. Who would have know?
Yeah, bolts, that’s it, bolts….
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on July 28, 2018
Prop is on an AVRO 504 I´d say.
Rob Pollock said on July 30, 2018
Not sure about it as a 504 (see below), but you may be right.
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Wolfgang Rusch said on January 21, 2019
as a late reply, I found following caption to #3:
“The no-nonsense 504 was one of the best trainers ever built. After their good services during the Great War the Spanish, like almost almost everybody, found them quite irresistible…their “hand-me-down” prices sure helped.
Quite famous in Spain this utterly transgressive photo taken during the Primo’s dictatorship. The dancer Encarnita Alcaraz being playful with an Avro’s prop. Madrid (Cuatro Vientos,maybe),1925
A big Prop… or a tiny Dancer.
Photo: José Díaz Casariego / EFE.”
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