Plane/s

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    Looks as though Knucklehead is plane efficienato

    Heres one for you Knucklehead.

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    Cool I love the perspective on the SR-71
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    Looks as though Knucklehead is plane efficienato
    Thanks for the compliment, but I wouldn't quite go that far. I know people who are way better at identifying aircraft than I am. Half the time I just know where to look it up if I don't know what it is.

    Nice shot there by the way!
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    Wonderful image - great perspective and good colour. I have followed the Blackbird since it first amazed the world in the 1960's - sadly a great aircraft resigned to a museum like our Concord.

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    Wonderful image - great perspective and good colour.
    Agreed!


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