more of my personal gallery

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  1. jrk

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    sopwith snipe


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    morane saulnier type L parasol


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    morane saulnier type n


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    nieuport 28


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    nieuport XVII


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    sopwith dolphin


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    pfalz D.III


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    von richtofens albatros with other albatroses


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    SE5


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    siemans-schuckert D.III


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    sopwith pup


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    sopwith triplane


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    spad XIII against fokker DR.1 triplanes and balloons


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    fokker DR.1 triplanes against bristol F2B fighters


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    grumman F8-B1 bearcat
     
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    those ww1 acft are classy... check out my thread of Flying circus, I saw them for real
     
  3. Gnomey

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    Nice pics jrk, the ww1 ones are cool!
     
  4. jrk

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    i like the snipe and dolphin pics as those were 2 of the lesser heard aircraft of WW1 gnomey.

    pisis your flying circus pics were amazing youre a lucky person to see them for real although theyre replicas.it would be fantastic if there were any authentic WW1 aircraft still flying :D
     
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    Good stuff, jrk! I know that Bearcat!
     
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    Nice! I just realised what a beautiful plane the SE5 is 8)
     
  7. Glider

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    A few more photo's of WW1 aircraft, JRK I hope you don't mind me tacking these on to your thread.
    Its a facinating period and the planes are special and the people who went up in them.
     

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    Nice pics Glider.
     
  9. jrk

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    no problem glider i say the more the merrier if youve got them stick them in i dont mind ;) :lol:
     
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    Well here are a couple more

    Somewhere I have a photo of the Bristol fighter which is an original from 1918.
    For those who debate what is an original and what is a replica a quandry. The triplane was built in I think 1990 but it was built to the original plans in every way, using original techniques and materials. The Engine is an original from 1916.
    So is it an original or a replica?
     

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    whooppee more SE5A,s bring me some more me old son :)

    excellant pics mate.\:d/
     
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    Nice pics Glider :cool:
     
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