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Discussion in 'Everything else' started by Bowdenja, May 18, 2006.
Ok I knew this sucker was big, but get a load of this scale.......
wwhoa dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...thays huge.......:-D
Could it be made out of paper?... probably would collaps under its own weight. :roll:
ooohh ooohh Caption Time.
"You did ring ahead right?....they are expecting us?"
Yeah that monster was in Heathrow today for trials, If I had known earlier I would have tried to get there for a few snaps...
I was thinking............. I heard a back up alarm and that guys say "A little more.........little more........ almost there"
ok...now i am lost:cry:
The A380 visited Brisbane a few months ago - QANTAS is buying some. The wings on this beast are surprisingly flexible - at cruise the wings are almost straight but coming in for landing they droop noticeably. Now that would be a challenge to model.
The caption might be.... "I think the crew stairs need some work - the first step looks a bit high to me..."
I think a caption would be ... "if you think this is big ... wait till you see the size of our bag of complimentary peanuts"
The B-52's wings flexed 18 feet in flight! Almost hard to beleive then the B-2 came along and it's wings only flex 18 inches and it has the same wingspan.
CAPTION: "watch that first step, its a doozey!"
Greg aka GW
CAPTION : AHHH I think we landed in a pastur. We just ran over a cow
I think the caption sould be "look at my new SMEG fridge it's so big I can get in it"
For those that don't know smeg fridges
Here's a handy site for the ambitious modeler that want to giver er a try!!!
Arrggg you beat me to it...I tried to get back when I remembered it...
whats up Greg?
I love it dinsour............ adding from the pilot " so that wasn't a speed bump?"
Anybody see the piece on the C-5A with/without the wing-damping flex system. Those suckers look like goose in flight, the wings flapped so much!
I live right under the flight path to Filton, so bunked off work to see her do a fly-by yesterday on her way to Heathrow. Looks like a massive wing, with the fuselage as an afterthought! I think the stretched freight version will look more in proportion, but it was a very impressive sight nonetheless!
Last time I bunked off work to watch an aeroplane, it was to see the last Concorde's last flight into Filton; Ah well, progress, I think they call it....
Tim P (wunwinglow)